Formula 1 1996 Monaco Grand Prix

data

1996-05-19
6
Circuit de Monaco
Olivier Panis
Michael Schumacher MSC
Jean Alesi
lap 59 - 1:25.205

The 1996 Monaco Grand Prix was won by Olivier Panis of Ligier.
Despite being on pole position in Monaco, Michael Schumacher could not convert this into a win.
Schumacher was forced to retire in lap 1 due to: Spun off.

The race in Monaco was round 6 of 16 of the 1996 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 75 2:00:45.629 10
2 75 +4.828 6
3 75 +37.503 4
4 74 Withdrew 3
5 70 Collision 2
6 70 Collision 1
7 68 Collision 0
66 Collision 0
60 Suspension 0
60 Collision 0
40 Engine 0
30 Spun off 0
9 Gearbox 0
5 Transmission 0
3 Spun off 0
2 Spun off 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0
0 Spun off 0
0 Spun off 0
0 Spun off 0
0 Injury 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:20.356
2 Damon Hill Williams +0.510
3 Jean Alesi Benetton +0.562
4 Gerhard Berger Benetton +0.711
5 David Coulthard McLaren +1.104
6 Rubens Barrichello Jordan +1.148
7 Eddie Irvine Ferrari +1.186
8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren +1.332
9 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Sauber +1.573
10 Jacques Villeneuve Williams +1.607
11 Mika Salo Tyrrell +1.879
12 Jos Verstappen Footwork +1.971
13 Johnny Herbert Sauber +1.990
14 Olivier Panis Ligier +2.002
15 Ukyo Katayama Tyrrell +2.104
16 Martin Brundle Jordan +2.163
17 Pedro Diniz Ligier +2.326
18 Giancarlo Fisichella Minardi +2.328
19 Pedro Lamy Minardi +2.994
20 Ricardo Rosset Footwork +4.620
21 Luca Badoer Forti +4.703
22 Andrea Montermini Forti +5.037

driver positions through the laps

1996 Monaco Grand Prix

The 1996 Monaco Grand Prix (formally the LIV Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco) was a Formula One motor race held at Monaco on 19 May 1996. It was the sixth race of the 1996 Formula One season. The race was run in wet weather, causing significant attrition and setting a record for the fewest number of cars (3) to be running at the end of a Grand Prix race. Olivier Panis scored his sole career Formula One victory, earning the last ever Formula One victory for the Ligier team, and the first ever for engine manufacturer Mugen Motorsports, after switching to slick tyres in a well-timed pitstop. As of 2017, this is the most recent race won by a French driver. Johnny Herbert scored his only points of the season.


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