Charles Leclerc claimed pole position at qualifying after two red flags in Monaco.
Drivers took to the track on soft tyres to manage the 28°C temperature in Monte Carlo.
Ferrari and Red Bull came out strong to cover the starting positions of the best qualifying of the year.
Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz matched times with a 1:13:292. A spread of four seconds split across the top drivers.
Lewis Hamilton got himself up into sixth with decent pace just +0.505 off the qualifying leader. Charles claimed a 1:12:569. The Monegasque driver delivered to impress the grandstands.
A red flag appeared towards the end. The clock stopped with just over two minutes to go as Tsunoda locked up and hit the barriers. His AlphaTauri car was taken into the pit lanes after destroying his left front tyre resulting in a puncture.
Yuki had a brush with the barrier at Turn 10, but made it back and he’s already out on track 👊 pic.twitter.com/UndErOw6TJ