Sergio Perez says this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix may be slightly awkward due to potentially inclement weather conditions.
Following an enforced three-week break due to the cancellation of last weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, F1 makes a return to the principality this weekend.
Red Bull have dominated the season so far with Perez winning in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan, while team-mate and defending champion Max Verstappen has won in Bahrain, Australia, and Miami.
Despite being bestowed as the "king" of the street circuit, Perez admits the weather conditions, which have been forecasted by some to be wet, will make the race awkward.
The Mexican, who won last year's rain-affected race in Monaco, said: "The weather could be tricky again here, which means we have to maximise every moment we get in the car. It’s important we get our set up right and qualifying goes well to have any chance of winning on Sunday."
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