The 1998 Monaco Grand Prix, officially known as the LVI Grand Prix de Monaco, was the sixth race in the 1998 Formula One Season. Mika Häkkinen achieved his second grand chelem at Monaco when he took pole position, fastest lap as well as leading every single lap of the race.


Background[edit | edit source]

Heading into Monaco, it was announced that Arrows chief designer John Barnard had also joined Prost as a technical consultant, his company B3 Technologies taking over the manufacturing of Prost's carbon fibre suspensions. Despite Barnard's new role at Prost, he denied that anything was amiss with Arrows and would remain with the team to at least the end of the season. Prost team principal Alain Prost also announced an expression in interest for Michelin tyres for 1999, after expressing dissatisfaction with Bridgestone due to what was perceived as favouritism towards McLaren and Benetton.

In the week leading up to the Monaco Grand Prix, all the teams with the exception of Stewart were testing throughout Europe in preparation for the race. Goodyear would be releasing an updated wider rear-tyre for their teams in order to reduce the performance deficit to the Bridgestone teams.

Entry List[edit | edit source]

The full entry list for the 1998 Monaco Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Canada Jacques Villeneuve United Kingdom Winfield Williams Williams FW20 Mecachrome GC37-01 3.0 V10 G
2 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen United Kingdom Winfield Williams Williams FW20 Mecachrome GC37-01 3.0 V10 G
3 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F300 Ferrari 047 3.0 V10 G
4 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F300 Ferrari 047 3.0 V10 G
5 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Mild Seven Benetton Playlife Benetton B198 Playlife GC37-01 3.0 V10 B
6 Austria Alexander Wurz Italy Mild Seven Benetton Playlife Benetton B198 Playlife GC37-01 3.0 V10 B
7 United Kingdom David Coulthard United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4/13 Mercedes FO 110G 3.0 V10 B
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4/13 Mercedes FO 110G 3.0 V10 B
9 United Kingdom Damon Hill Ireland Benson & Hedges Jordan Jordan 198 Mugen-Honda MF-301HC 3.0 V10 G
10 Germany Ralf Schumacher Ireland Benson & Hedges Jordan Jordan 198 Mugen-Honda MF-301HC 3.0 V10 G
11 France Olivier Panis France Gauloises Prost Peugeot Prost AP01 Peugeot A16 3.0 V10 B
12 Italy Jarno Trulli France Gauloises Prost Peugeot Prost AP01 Peugeot A16 3.0 V10 B
14 France Jean Alesi Switzerland Red Bull Sauber Petronas Sauber C17 Petronas SPE-01D 3.0 V10 G
15 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Switzerland Red Bull Sauber Petronas Sauber C17 Petronas SPE-01D 3.0 V10 G
16 Brazil Pedro Diniz United Kingdom Danka Zepter Arrows Arrows A19 Arrows T2-F1 3.0 V10 B
17 Finland Mika Salo United Kingdom Danka Zepter Arrows Arrows A19 Arrows T2-F1 3.0 V10 B
18 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom HSBC Stewart Ford Stewart SF02 Ford Cosworth VJ Zetec-R 3.0 V10 B
19 Denmark Jan Magnussen United Kingdom HSBC Stewart Ford Stewart SF02 Ford Cosworth VJ Zetec-R 3.0 V10 B
20 Brazil Ricardo Rosset United Kingdom PIAA Tyrrell Tyrrell 026 Ford Cosworth JD Zetec-R 3.0 V10 G
21 Japan Tora Takagi United Kingdom PIAA Tyrrell Tyrrell 026 Ford Cosworth JD Zetec-R 3.0 V10 G
22 Japan Shinji Nakano Italy Fondmetal Minardi Team Minardi M198 Ford Cosworth JD Zetec-R 3.0 V10 B
23 Argentina Esteban Tuero Italy Fondmetal Minardi Team Minardi M198 Ford Cosworth JD Zetec-R 3.0 V10 B
Source:[1]

Practice Overview[edit | edit source]

Practice Results[edit | edit source]

The full practice results for the 1998 Monaco Grand Prix are outlined below:

No. Driver Constructor FP1 FP2 Warm-Up
Time Pos. Time Pos. Time Pos.
1 Canada Jacques Villeneuve United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 1:24.081 9 1:23.579 10 1:26.654 15
2 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 1:23.656 4 1:22.223 4 1:25.920 11
3 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 1:23.685 5 DNP 1:24.107 2
4 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine Italy Ferrari 1:23.765 6 1:22.314 5 1:24.611 5
5 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Benetton-Playlife 1:22.205 2 1:21.145 1 1:25.151 7
6 Austria Alexander Wurz Italy Benetton-Playlife 1:23.946 8 1:22.683 6 1:24.493 4
7 United Kingdom David Coulthard United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:22.757 3 1:22.091 2 1:24.199 3
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:21.937 1 1:22.702 7 1:23.878 1
9 United Kingdom Damon Hill Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 1:25.947 17 1:24.698 16 1:27.602 19
10 Germany Ralf Schumacher Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 1:27.160 20 1:24.312 14 1:26.348 12
11 France Olivier Panis France Prost-Peugeot 1:25.119 11 1:29.010 21 1:27.786 20
12 Italy Jarno Trulli France Prost-Peugeot 1:24.191 10 1:22.830 8 1:27.173 18
14 France Jean Alesi Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:24.901 12 1:23.777 11 1:25.887 10
15 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:23.914 7 1:25.110 18 1:27.118 17
16 Brazil Pedro Diniz United Kingdom Arrows 1:24.735 11 1:24.759 17 1:26.650 14
17 Finland Mika Salo United Kingdom Arrows 1:25.400 14 1:22.171 3 1:24.896 6
18 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 1:25.863 16 1:23.100 9 1:25.688 8
19 Denmark Jan Magnussen United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 1:25.836 15 1:23.823 12 1:27.012 16
20 Brazil Ricardo Rosset United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 1:26.625 18 1:25.615 20 DNP
21 Japan Tora Takagi United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 1:26.761 19 1:24.456 15 1:25.861 9
22 Japan Shinji Nakano Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:28.652 22 1:25.512 19 1:26.433 13
23 Argentina Esteban Tuero Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:27.844 21 1:24.250 13 1:28.287 21
Source:[2][3][4]

Qualifying[edit | edit source]

Mika Häkkinen was the first of the front runners to come out of the pits for his timed lap, setting the initial provisional pole time of 1:21.375. There was a brief time of inactivity as the Tyrrell's and Arrows's were the only cars on track. Mika Salo in the Arrrows had looked competitive all weekend and was set for a strong qualifying. 

Heinz-Harald Frentzen was the next of the front runners to go out setting provisional second in his Williams before it was immediately taken away by the feisty of Benetton of Giancarlo Fisichella who had set the fastest time in the morning practice. Ferrari were having a nightmare weekend, Michael Schumacher only set one lap in morning practice due to a fuel pump issue forcing him to use the spare car in qualifying. Nevertheless despite the mishaps Schumacher was immediately on the pace stealing third place from Fisichella, with the two McLaren's of Häkkinen and David Coulthard

Twenty minutes into the session Coulthard took pole from Häkkinen with a 1:20.137 as Fisichella reclaimed third from Schumacher. Shortly afterwards Eddie Irvine suffered an accident whilst heading into rascasse, forcing him to temporarily abandon the session. With Schumacher in the spare car, Irvine was forced to compete in Schumacher's hastily repaired race car for the rest of the session. He finished qualifying in a lackluster seventh.

Häkkinen and Coulthard traded fastest times each stealing pole from one another until Häkkinen finally set a time of 1:19.798 which secured the final pole position time. Coulthard finished the session ahead of Fisichella and Schumacher. 

Frentzen appeared reasonably competitive in his Williams taking fifth on the grid, teammate Jacques Villeneuve had a torrid session enroute to thirteenth on the grid. Villeneuve was on course to be higher, however the remarkably slow Tyrrell of Ricardo Rosset spun towards the end of the session, bringing out the red flags forcing not only Villeneuve but Schumacher and Coulthard to abandon their final quick laps. Rosset for the second race in a row would not qualify for the race. 

Alexander Wurz was sixth ahead of Irvine and the impressive Mika Salo whose Arrows appeared to unfulfill its potential as Salo battled with a gearbox issue throughout qualifying. 

Qualifying Results[edit | edit source]

The full qualifying results for the 1998 Monaco Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Time Gap Ave. Speed
1 8 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:19.798 151.899 km/h
2 7 United Kingdom David Coulthard United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:20.137 +0.339s 151.256 km/h
3 5 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Benetton-Playlife 1:20.368 +0.570s 150.821 km/h
4 3 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 1:20.702 +0.904s 150.197 km/h
5 2 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 1:20.729 +0.931s 150.147 km/h
6 6 Austria Alexander Wurz Italy Benetton-Playlife 1:20.955 +1.157s 149.728 km/h
7 4 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine Italy Ferrari 1:21.712 +1.914s 148.341 km/h
8 17 Finland Mika Salo United Kingdom Arrows 1:22.144 +2.346s 147.560 km/h
9 15 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:22.157 +2.359s 147.537 km/h
10 12 Italy Jarno Trulli France Prost-Peugeot 1:22.238 +2.440s 147.392 km/h
11 14 France Jean Alesi Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:22.257 +2.459s 147.358 km/h
12 16 Brazil Pedro Diniz United Kingdom Arrows 1:22.355 +2.557s 147.182 km/h
13 1 Canada Jacques Villeneuve United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 1:22.468 +2.670s 146.981 km/h
14 18 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 1:22.540 +2.742s 146.852 km/h
15 9 United Kingdom Damon Hill Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 1:23.151 +3.353s 145.773 km/h
16 10 Germany Ralf Schumacher Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 1:23.263 +3.465s 145.577 km/h
17 19 Denmark Jan Magnussen United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 1:23.411 +3.613s 145.319 km/h
18 11 France Olivier Panis France Prost-Peugeot 1:23.536 +3.738s 145.102 km/h
19 22 Japan Shinji Nakano Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:23.957 +4.159s 144.374 km/h
20 21 Japan Tora Takagi United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 1:24.024 +4.226s 144.259 km/h
21 23 Argentina Esteban Tuero Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:24.031 +4.233s 144.247 km/h
107% Time: 1:25.383[5]
NC 20 Brazil Ricardo Rosset United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 1:25.737 +5.939s 141.377 km/h
Source:[5][6]
  • Bold indicates a driver's best/qualifying time.

Grid[edit | edit source]

The full grid for the 1998 Monaco Grand Prix is shown below:

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 ______________ 1
2 Mika Häkkinen
David Coulthard ______________
Row 2 ______________ 3
4 Giancarlo Fisichella
Michael Schumacher ______________
Row 3 ______________ 5
6 Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Alexander Wurz ______________
Row 4 ______________ 7
8 Eddie Irvine
Mika Salo ______________
Row 5 ______________ 9
10 Johnny Herbert
Jarno Trulli ______________
Row 6 ______________ 11
12 Jean Alesi
Pedro Diniz ______________
Row 7 ______________ 13
14 Jacques Villeneuve
Rubens Barrichello ______________
Row 8 ______________ 15
16 Damon Hill
Ralf Schumacher ______________
Row 9 ______________ 17
18 Jan Magnussen
Olivier Panis ______________
Row 10 ______________ 19
20 Shinji Nakano
Tora Takagi ______________
Row 11 ______________ 21
22 Esteban Tuero
______________

Race[edit | edit source]

Report[edit | edit source]

As the lights went out, there was little change at the front of the field as the cars made their way through the first corner. Only Alexander Wurz in the Benetton made any progress, managing to pass Heinz-Harald Frentzen for fifth. The first retirement occured as the cars came up the hill into turn 3, Esteban Tuero's Minardi from last place ran wide and collided with the barriers bringing his day to an early end. Jean Alesi made a strong start climbing to ninth from eleventh at the end of the first lap, past teammate Johnny Herbert and Jarno Trulli. Herbert losing position to Trulli as well. 

As the McLaren's seemed to customarily pull away from the rest of the field, Schumacher was seemingly being held up in fourth position by Giancarlo Fisichella's Benetton. However Häkkinen was unable to pull out as great an advantage over Coulthard as he had done in the past, Coulthard managing to set the fastest lap on lap 5 with a 1:25.118. Lap 6 saw Wurz who was baring down on Fisichella and Schumacher run wide coming out of the tunnel losing a little bit of time. 

On lap 8 Coulthard set another fastest lap with a 1:24.888 quickly catching up to race leader Häkkinen. Meanwhile a battle for sixth commenced with the slow Williams of Heinz-Harald Frentzen holding up Eddie Irvine's Ferrari. Irvine stuck behind the Williams for a number of laps had allowed Mika Salo's Arrows to catch up to the pair. On lap 9, the frustrated Irvine made a dive up Frentzen's inside at the loewes hairpin, the overambitious move forced Frentzen off the circuit and into the barriers causing the Williams to retire. 

Lap 11 saw Rubens Barrichello pull into the pits to retire due to a suspension failure. Coulthard on lap 12 set another fastest time of 1:23.489 followed two lap later by another fastest lap of 1:23.311. The two leaders by this time had caught up to the first set of backmarkers of Olivier Panis's Prost and Shinji Nakano's Minardi. On lap 16, Häkkinen responded to Coulthard's fastest time with a 1:22.996. The following lap Coulthard suffered a major engine failure coming out of the tunnel forcing him out of the race. 

This meant that Häkkinen was left unchallenged at the front with a 19 second lead over Fisichella in second. Jarno Trulli led a battle for eighth place as Johnny Herbert and Pedro Diniz climbed over his rear. Further down the field Damon Hill and Ralf Schumacher duelled for fourteenth. Schumacher performed an illegal overtake on Hill cutting the corner after the tunnel, forcing to re-concede the position to Hill. 

Lap 29 saw Häkkinen set another fastest lap of 1:22.948 as he further consolidated his lead. On lap 30, Michael Schumacher came into the pits for his first pit-stop losing a single position to Alexander Wurz. The same lap Jan Magnussen retired with suspension problem, a similar failure to teammate Barrichello. The following lap Fisichella came into the pits, however Schumacher with the undercut was able to overtake Fisichella in the pit-stop phase. 

On lap 37 Häkkinen came in for his pit-stop, exiting the pits comfortably in the lead. By this time Schumacher had caught up to Wurz in second and began to apply the pressure. On lap 38 Schumacher dived up Wurz's insider at the loewes hairpin, Wurz refused to yield and the two touched. Schumacher however managed to force his way past in the following corner. However Schumacher in his manoeuvere, damaged his rear track rod forcing him into the pits. Schumacher exited the car as if to retire before immediately being told to re-enter the car by Ross Brawn. The Ferrari cars managed to repair the car and released Schumacher back onto the track albeit three laps down and well out of the points. 

On lap 41 Wurz finally came into the pits for his first pit-stop, releasing teammate Fisichella back into second as Wurz exited in third position. As Wurz entered the tunnel on his out-lap, he lost control of his Benetton crashing into the barriers, as his car exited the tunnel it was already a wreck losing both his front wheels and flying uncontrollably into the barriers a big way at the nouvelle chicane. The cause of incident linked to a failure on a component of the car following his shunt with Schumacher.

Three laps later Ralf Schumacher retired from the race with rear suspension failure. By lap 45, Häkkinen had extended his lead to 27 seconds over Fisichella in second. Lap 49 saw Olivier Panis retire with a wheel issue. Seven laps later Jarno Trulli retired with gearbox failure. The same lap, Fisichella whilst racing in second place clipped the side of the inside barrier at rascasse forcing him to spin around. Luckily for him the car did not receive damage and his lead over Eddie Irvine in second was sufficient enough for him to retain his second position.

After suffering with a gearbox issue for a number of laps, Jean Alesi's Sauber retired on lap 72 from fifth position. The distraught Alesi fell to his knees beside the race track. This promoted Jacques Villeneuve into fifth position and Pedro Diniz into sixth. 

On the final lap Michael Schumacher attempted to unlap himself from Pedro Diniz's Arrows on the final lap, Schumacher however botched the overtake and clipped the inside barrier losing his front wing.

Häkkinen after 78 laps took his fourth victory of the season, 11 seconds ahead of Fisichella in second. Irvine was the sole Ferrari to claim points in third. Villeneuve split the two Arrows cars of Mika Salo and Pedro Diniz who took a strong three points for the Arrows team. 

Results[edit | edit source]

The full results for the 1998 Monaco Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 8 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 78 1:51:23.595 1 10
2 5 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Benetton-Playlife 78 +11.475s 3 6
3 4 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine Italy Ferrari 78 +41.378s 7 4
4 17 Finland Mika Salo United Kingdom Arrows 78 +1:00.363 8 3
5 1 Canada Jacques Villeneuve United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 77 +1 lap 13 2
6 16 Brazil Pedro Diniz United Kingdom Arrows 77 +1 lap 12 1
7 15 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 77 +1 lap 9
8 9 United Kingdom Damon Hill Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 76 +2 laps 15
9 22 Japan Shinji Nakano Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 76 +2 laps 19
10 3 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 76 +2 laps 4
11 21 Japan Tora Takagi United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 76 +2 laps 20
12* 14 France Jean Alesi Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 72 Gearbox 11
Ret 12 Italy Jarno Trulli France Prost-Peugeot 56 Gearbox 10
Ret 11 France Olivier Panis France Prost-Peugeot 49 Wheel 18
Ret 10 Germany Ralf Schumacher Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 44 Accident 16
Ret 6 Austria Alexander Wurz Italy Benetton-Playlife 42 Accident 6
Ret 19 Denmark Jan Magnussen United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 30 Suspension 17
Ret 7 United Kingdom David Coulthard United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 17 Engine 2
Ret 18 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 11 Suspension 14
Ret 2 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 9 Collision 5
Ret 23 Argentina Esteban Tuero Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 0 Accident 21
DNQ 20 Brazil Ricardo Rosset United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth
Source:[7]
  • * Alesi was still classified as despite retiring as he had completed 90% of the race distance.

Milestones[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

World Championship for Drivers
Pos. Driver Pts.
1 Finland Mika Häkkinen 46
2 United Kingdom David Coulthard 29
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 24
4 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine 15
5 Austria Alexander Wurz 9
6 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen 8
= Canada Jacques Villeneuve 8
8 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 7
9 France Jean Alesi 3
= Finland Mika Salo 3
11 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 2
12 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert 1
= Brazil Pedro Diniz 1
International Cup for Manufacturers
Pos. Team Pts.
1 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 75
2 Italy Ferrari 39
3 Italy Benetton-Playlife 16
= United Kingdom Williams-Mecachrome 16
5 Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 4
= United Kingdom Arrows 4
7 United Kingdom Stewart-Ford Cosworth 2

Only point scoring drivers and teams are shown.

References[edit | edit source]

Images and Videos:

References:

  1. 'Monaco 1998: Entrants', statsf1.com, https://www.statsf1.com/en/1998/monaco/engages.aspx
  2. 'Grand Prix de Monaco 1998 - PRACTICE 1', formula1.com, (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2020), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/1998/races/676/monaco/practice-1.html, (Accessed 09/05/2020)
  3. 'Grand Prix de Monaco 1998 - PRACTICE 2', formula1.com, (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2020), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/1998/races/676/monaco/practice-2.html, (Accessed 09/05/2020)
  4. 'Grand Prix de Monaco 1998 - WARM UP', formula1.com, (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2020), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/1998/races/676/monaco/practice-0.html, (Accessed 09/05/2020)
  5. 5.0 5.1 'Monaco 1998: Qualifications', statsf1.com, https://www.statsf1.com/en/1998/monaco/qualification.aspx
  6. 'Grand Prix de Monaco 1998 - QUALIFYING', formula1.com, https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/1998/races/676/monaco/qualifying-0.html
  7. 'Monaco 1999: Result', statsf1.com, https://www.statsf1.com/en/1998/monaco/classement.aspx
V T E 1998 Formula One Season
Teams Williams • Ferrari • Benetton • McLaren • Jordan • Prost • Sauber • Arrows • Stewart • Tyrrell • Minardi
Engines Arrows • Ferrari • Ford • Mecachrome • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Petronas • Peugeot • Playlife
Drivers Villeneuve • 2 Frentzen • 3 M. Schumacher • 4 Irvine • 5 Fisichella • 6 Wurz • 7 Coulthard • 8 Häkkinen • 9 Hill • 10 R. Schumacher • 11 Panis • 12 Trulli • 14 Alesi • 15 Herbert • 16 Diniz • 17 Salo • 18 Barrichello • 19 Magnussen • 19 Verstappen • 20 Rosset • 21 Takagi • 22 Nakano • 23 Tuero
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