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 The 1991 Monaco Grand Prix was the fourth round of the 1991 Formula One Championship, hosted at the definitve Grand Prix location: Monaco.[1] The race was won by Mr. Monaco himself, Ayrton Senna, whom was left celebrating his 30th career win, and his fourth win out of four in 1991.[1]

Behind Senna came Nigel Mansell, who claimed his first points of his return to Williams, joined by Jean Alesi in third, the Frenchman taking his first Ferrari podium.[1] Alain Prost and Riccardo Patrese had been on for the podium earlier in the race, before both lost out due to unrelated issues, as Senna extended his Championship lead to 29 points.

BackgroundEdit

There were no changes to the driver line ups after the San Marino battle, as teams largely focused on rebuilding damaged machinery. Incredibly, Footwork had managed to build an entire car to replace the A12 chassis that Michele Alboreto had obliterated a fortnight earlier, with minor refinements also made to Alex Caffi's car. But, they were still expected to struggle at the back of the field.

Championship-wise, there seemed little anyone could do to stop Ayrton Senna adding a third title to his name, having won all three races in 1991 so far. His three victories meant he held a 20 point lead over team mate Gerhard Berger in second, as his major rivals all suffered issues in the opening races. Alain Prost found himself in third, 21 points behind, with Riccardo Patrese and Nelson Piquet the best of the rest in fourth and fifth.

McLaren-Honda, meanwhile, were all conquering in the Constructors' Championship courtesy of Senna's perfect start to the season. Their 40 tally meant they were 30 ahead of Ferrari already, and with what was widely regarded as the best car in the field, were unlikely to be caught before the end of the year. The rest of the Constructors' Championship points were distributed between British and Italian privateers, with Williams next up behind Ferrari.

Entry ListEdit

The full entry list for the 1991 Monaco Grand Prix is shown below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom Honda Marlboro McLaren McLaren MP4/6 Honda RA121E V10 3.5 G
2 Austria Gerhard Berger United Kingdom Honda Marlboro McLaren McLaren MP4/6 Honda RA121E V10 3.5 G
3 Japan Satoru Nakajima United Kingdom Braun Tyrrell Honda Tyrrell 020 Honda RA101E V10 3.5 P
4 Italy Stefano Modena United Kingdom Braun Tyrrell Honda Tyrrell 020 Honda RA101E V10 3.5 P
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell United Kingdom Canon Williams Team Williams FW14 Renault RS3 V10 3.5 G
6 Italy Riccardo Patrese United Kingdom Canon Williams Team Williams FW14 Renault RS3 V10 3.5 G
7 United Kingdom Martin Brundle United Kingdom Motor Racing Developments Ltd. Brabham BT60Y Yamaha OX99 V12 3.5 P
8 United Kingdom Mark Blundell United Kingdom Motor Racing Developments Ltd. Brabham BT60Y Yamaha OX99 V12 3.5 P
9 Italy Michele Alboreto United Kingdom Footwork Grand Prix International Footwork A12 Porsche Porsche V12 3.5 G
10 Italy Alex Caffi United Kingdom Footwork Grand Prix International Footwork A12 Porsche Porsche V12 3.5 G
11 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom Team Lotus Lotus 102B Judd EV V8 3.5 G
12 United Kingdom Julian Bailey United Kingdom Team Lotus Lotus 102B Judd EV V8 3.5 G
14 France Olivier Grouillard Italy Fondmetal F1 SpA Fondmetal FA1 M-E Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
15 Brazil Mauricio Gugelmin United Kingdom Leyton House Racing Leyton House CG911 Ilmor LH10 V10 3.5 G
16 Italy Ivan Capelli United Kingdom Leyton House Racing Leyton House CG911 Ilmor LH10 V10 3.5 G
17 Italy Gabriele Tarquini FranceAutomobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives AGS JH25B Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
18 Italy Fabrizio Barbazza FranceAutomobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives AGS JH25B Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
19 Brazil Roberto Moreno United Kingdom Camel Benetton Ford Benetton B191 Ford Cosworth HB V8 3.5 P
20 Brazil Nelson Piquet United Kingdom Camel Benetton Ford Benetton B191 Ford Cosworth HB V8 3.5 P
21 Italy Emanuele Pirro Italy BMS Scuderia Italia Dallara BMS-191 Judd GV V10 3.5 P
22 Finland JJ Lehto Italy BMS Scuderia Italia Dallara BMS-191 Judd GV V10 3.5 P
23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Italy Minardi Team Minardi M191 Ferrari F1-91 V12 3.5 G
24 Italy Gianni Morbidelli Italy Minardi Team Minardi M191 Ferrari F1-91 V12 3.5 G
25 Belgium Thierry Boutsen France Ligier Gitanes Ligier JS35 Lamborghini L3512 V12 3.5 G
26 France Érik Comas France Ligier Gitanes Ligier JS35 Lamborghini L3512 V12 3.5 G
27 France Alain Prost Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA Ferrari 642B Ferrari F1-91 V12 3.5 G
28 France Jean Alesi Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA Ferrari 642B Ferrari F1-91 V12 3.5 G
29 France Éric Bernard France Larrousse F1 Lola 91 Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
30 Japan Aguri Suzuki France Larrousse F1 Lola 91 Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
31 Portugal Pedro Chaves Italy Coloni Racing Srl Coloni C4 Ford Cosworth DFR V8 3.5 G
32 Belgium Bertrand Gachot Ireland Team 7Up Jordan Jordan 191 Ford Cosworth HB V8 3.5 G
33 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Ireland Team 7Up Jordan Jordan 191 Ford Cosworth HB V8 3.5 G
34 Italy Nicola Larini Italy Modena Team SpA Lambo 291 Lamborghini L3512 V12 3.5 G
35 Belgium Eric van de Poele Italy Modena Team SpA Lambo 291 Lamborghini L3512 V12 3.5 G

Practice OverviewEdit

QualifyingEdit

Previously, during the turbo-era, the FIA had deemed the streets of Monaco too dangerous for anymore than 20 cars to race on at any one time. In 1991, however, the upperlimit was the familiar 26 used at every other Grand Prix, although their new limit of 30 cars in qualifying still applied. That meant the increasingly competitive pre-qualifying session returned in Monaco, with eight cars battling for four qualifying spots.

Pre-QualifyingEdit

Dallara-Judd and Jordan-Ford Cosworth were once again the class acts in pre-qualifying, as JJ Lehto, fresh from his first taste of champagne on the podium in San Marino, topped the session.[1] [{Andrea de Cesaris]] beat Lehto's team mate Emanuele Pirro to second in the group, while Bertrand Gachot beat the two Lambo-Lamborghinis to the final spot.[2] Out went Eric van de Poele, Nicola Larini, Pedro Chaves and Olivier Grouillard, an increasingly familiar outcome for the quartet.

ReportEdit

Senna was not to be denied at the track where he announced his arrival to the F1 world in 1984, taking yet another pole position, almost half a second of his nearest rival.[1] Stefano Modena took a shock second for Tyrrell-Honda, beating the two Williams-Renaults of Riccardo Patrese and Nigel Mansell, who were split by Nelson Piquet.[1] Alain Prost was best of the Ferraris in seventh, also behind Gerhard Berger in the second McLaren, while an exstatic Eddie Jordan would see de Cesaris line up tenth in Jordan's first visit to Monte Carlo.[1]

The first session saw the elimination of two drivers in very different circumstances on Saturday morning, as penalties and crashes came to the Monaco streets. First Alex Caffi destroyed his new Footwork A12 in the Swimming pool section, tearing the chassis in two as the car was shreaded against the barrier.[3] Martin Brundle was excluded from the result after the session was restarted for failing to attend a weight check during the interval, a fact the Brit was keen to argue.[3] Julian Bailey and Fabrizio Barbazza were also eliminated, with Bailey losing his Lotus-Judd seat as a result.

Full Qualifying ResultEdit

The full result for the 1991 Monaco Grand Prix is outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Time[2] Gap
Q1 Q2
1 1 Brazil Ayrton Senna McLaren-Honda 1:20.508 1:20.344
2 4 Italy Stefano Modena Tyrrell-Honda 1:23.442 1:20.809 +0.456s
3 6 Italy Riccardo Patrese Williams-Renault 1:22.057 1:20.973 +0.629s
4 20 Brazil Nelson Piquet Benetton-Ford Cosworth 1:22.816 1:21.159 +0.815s
5 5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault 1:23.274 1:21.205 +0.861s
6 2 Austria Gerhard Berger McLaren-Honda 1:21.222 1:21.583 +0.878s
7 27 France Alain Prost Ferrari 1:22.113 1:21.455 +1.111s
8 19 Brazil Roberto Moreno Benetton-Ford Cosworth 1:23.476 1:21.804 +1.460s
9 28 France Jean Alesi Ferrari 1:22.966 1:21.910 +1.566s
10 33 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Jordan-Ford Cosworth 1:24.257 1:22.764 +2.420s
11 3 Japan Satoru Nakajima Tyrrell-Honda 1:24.435 1:22.972 +2.628s
12 21 Italy Emanuele Pirro Dallara-Judd 1:23.311 1:23.022 +2.678s
13 22 Finland JJ Lehto Dallara-Judd 1:23.023 1:23.983 +2.679s
14 23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Minardi-Ferrari 1:24.101 1:23.064 +2.720s
15 15 Brazil Mauricio Gugelmin Leyton House-Ilmor 1:24.920 1:23.394 +3.050s
16 25 Belgium Thierry Boutsen Ligier-Lamborghini 1:24.728 1:23.431 +3.087s
17 24 Italy Gianni Morbidelli Minardi-Ferrari 1:24.481 1:23.584 +3.240s
18 16 Italy Ivan Capelli Leyton House-Ilmor 1:25.040 1:23.642 +3.298s
19 30 Japan Aguri Suzuki Lola-Ford Cosworth 1:26.380 1:23.898 +3.554s
20 17 Italy Gabriele Tarquini AGS-Cosworth 1:25.078 1:23.909 +3.565s
21 29 France Éric Bernard Lola-Ford Cosworth 1:25.370 1:24.079 +3.735s
22 8 United Kingdom Mark Blundell Brabham-Yamaha 1:25.500 1:24.109 +3.765s
23 26 France Érik Comas Template:Ligier-Lamborhini 1:24.747 1:24.151 +3.807s
24 32 Belgium Bertrand Gachot Jordan-Ford Cosworth 1:24.540 1:24.208 +3.864s
25 9 Italy Michele Alboreto Footwork-Porsche 1:27.843 1:24.606 +4.262s
26 11 Finland Mika Häkkinen Lotus-Judd 1:24.868 1:24.829 +4.485s
DNQ 12 United Kingdom Julian Bailey Lotus-Judd 1:28.772 1:26.995 +6.651s
DNQ 18 Italy Fabrizio Barbazza AGS-Cosworth 1:28.060 1:27.079 +6.735s
NC 10 Italy Alex Caffi Footwork-Porsche No Time
DSQ* 7 United Kingdom Martin Brundle Brabham-Yamaha Disqualified
DNPQ 34 Italy Nicola Larini Lambo-Lamborghini 1:25.893
DNPQ 35 Belgium Eric van de Poele Lambo-Lamborghini 1:26.282
DNPQ 31 Portugal Pedro Chaves Coloni-Ford Cosworth 1:27.389
DNPQ 14 France Olivier Grouillard Fondmetal-Ford Cosworth 1:27.759
  • * Brundle was disqualified for missing a weight check.

GridEdit

The starting grid for the 1991 Monaco Grand Prix is shown below:

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Ayrton Senna 2
______________ Stefano Modena
Row 2 3 ______________
Riccardo Patrese 4
______________ Nelson Piquet
Row 3 5 ______________
Nigel Mansell 6
______________ Gerhard Berger
Row 4 7 ______________
Alain Prost 8
______________ Roberto Moreno
Row 5 9 ______________
Jean Alesi 10
______________ Andrea de Cesaris
Row 6 11 ______________
Satoru Nakajima 12
______________ Emanuele Pirro
Row 7 13 ______________
JJ Lehto 14
______________ Pierluigi Martini
Row 8 15 ______________
Maurício Gugelmin 16
______________ Thierry Boutsen
Row 9 17 ______________
Gianni Morbidelli 18
______________ Ivan Capelli
Row 10 19 ______________
Aguri Suzuki 20
______________ Gabriele Tarquini
Row 11 21 ______________
Éric Bernard 22
______________ Mark Blundell
Row 12 23 ______________
Érik Comas 24
______________ Bertrand Gachot
Row 13 25 ______________
Michele Alboreto 26
______________ Mika Häkkinen

RaceEdit

A warm dry day on the banks of the Mediterranean greeted the field on Sunday, with the man who had dominated the season so far the favourite to take a fourth consecutive win. With Ayrton Senna's words of praise still ringing in his ears after his qualifying performance, Stefano Modena was set to challenge the all conquering Brazilian from second, with the Williams-Renaults and Ferraris having to come through a minor amount of traffic to get to the World Champion.[3]

ReportEdit

Monaco was famous for its first corner problems, and as Senna successfully pulled away with Modena in tow, Nelson Piquet was hit from behind by the second McLaren-Honda of Gerhard Berger.[1] Berger was left beached on the curb, although a combination of reverse gear and a few marshals put him back into the race.[3] Piquet, meanwhile, was out of the race with a suspension failure a few moments later, unrelated to his contact with Berger.[1] Senna, meanwhile, was off and away at the front, as Modena fended off a early attack from Riccardo Patrese.

Senna's bolt at the front was almost halted when a marshal ran across the track in front of him, although there was no contact between them.[3] Modena was doing well in second, able to pull a gap to Patrese after his initial attack, as Berger crashed in the swimming pool section while trying catch the back of the field.[1] Modena was then caught in traffic as the leaders came up to the tail end of the runners, falling back into the clutches of Patrese.[1]

Modena's problems were caused by Pierluigi Martini in the Minardi-Ferrari, with a little bit of history created from the incident.[1] The Italian was awarded the first ever 10 second stop-go penalty in Formula One, which he served a lap later.[1] Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell, now some way off of Modena and Patrese, were battling for fourth, with the Frenchman forcing his way past.[1] The race remained fairly stable for the following laps, until Modena and Patrese's battle got more heated, Patrese now on the gearbox of the Tyrrell.

It was all over for the pair a few laps later, as Modena's Honda engine blew in the tunnel, leaving Patrese unsighted coming into the Nouvelle Chicane, as well as slipping on oil.[1] Patrese was flung into the wall before the Chicane, putting him out of the race, as Modena pulled off at the same place, promoting Prost and Mansell onto the podium.[1] Senna, meanwhile, continued to pound round the circuit without putting a fault wrong.

Senna MGP 1991

Ayrton Senna cruises his way to yet another victory in Monaco.

Prost was unable to lose Mansell as the race came to a close, with the Brit lining up a move through the tunnel on lap 63.[3] It was a classic move by the man with the moustache, as he dived on the brakes milliseconds after Prost into the Nouvelle Chicane snatching second.[3] Prost opted to have a wheel wobble investigated afterwards, holding a significant lead over fourth placed Jean Alesi, but it was a lengthy stop for the treble World Champion.[1] A wheelnut got caught under the Ferrari during the stop, with the few extra moments lost dropping Prost to fifth, behind the lonely Roberto Moreno as well.[3]

But, it was Senna's day, as he completed his task of four wins from four races, also taking his fourth Monaco victory in five years.[1] Mansell was still pushing in second, successfully taking his first points of the season, while Alesi scored a first podium for Ferrari in third.[1] Moreno claimed a steady fourth in his sole remaining Benetton, as Prost set the fastest lap in his attempts to catch him, the Frenchman finishing the day in fifth.[1] JJ Lehto was on course for sixth until a gearbox issue dropped him out of the top ten, leaving team mate Emauele Pirro to complete the job in the second Dallara-Judd.

ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 1 Brazil Ayrton Senna McLaren-Honda 78 1:53:02.334 1 10
2 5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault 78 +18.384s 5 6
3 28 France Jean Alesi Ferrari 78 +47.455s 9 4
4 19 Brazil Roberto Moreno Benetton-Ford Cosworth 77 +1 lap 8 3
5 27 France Alain Prost Ferrari 77 +1 lap 7 2
6 21 Italy Emanuele Pirro Dallara-Judd 77 +1 lap 12 1
7 25 Belgium Thierry Boutsen Ligier-Lamborghini 76 +2 laps 16
8 32 Belgium Bertrand Gachot Jordan-Ford Cosworth 76 +2 laps 24
9 29 France Éric Bernard Lola-Ford Cosworth 76 +2 laps 21
10 26 France Érik Comas Ligier-Lamborghini 76 +2 laps 23
11 22 Finland JJ Lehto Dallara-Judd 75 +3 laps 13
12 23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Minardi-Ferrari 72 +6 laps 14
Ret 11 Finland Mika Häkkinen Lotus-Judd 64 Oil leak 26
Ret 24 Italy Gianni Morbidelli Minardi-Ferrari 49 Gearbox 17
Ret 15 Italy Mauricio Gugelmin Leyton House-Ilmor 43 Throttle 15
Ret 4 Italy Stefano Modena Tyrrell-Honda 42 Engine 2
Ret 6 Italy Riccardo Patrese Williams-Renault 42 Accident 3
Ret 8 United Kingdom Mark Blundell Brabham-Yamaha 41 Spin 22
Ret 9 Italy Michele Alboreto Footwork-Porsche 39 Engine 25
Ret 3 Japan Satoru Nakajima Tyrrell-Honda 35 Spin 11
Ret 30 Japan Aguri Suzuki Lola-Ford Cosworth 24 Spin 19
Ret 33 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Jordan-Ford Cosworth 21 Throttle 10
Ret 16 Italy Ivan Capelli Leyton House-Ilmor 12 Brakes 18
Ret 17 Italy Gabriele Tarquini AGS-Cosworth 9 Gearbox 20
Ret 2 Austria Gerhard Berger McLaren-Honda 9 Accident 6
Ret 20 Brazil Nelson Piquet Benetton-Ford Cosworth 0 Suspension 4
DNQ 12 United Kingdom Julian Bailey Lotus-Judd
DNQ 18 Italy Fabrizio Barbazza AGS-Cosworth
DNQ 10 Italy Alex Caffi Footwork-Porsche
EXC* 7 United Kingdom Martin Brundle Brabham-Yamaha
DNPQ 34 Italy Nicola Larini Lambo-Lamborghini
DNPQ 35 Belgium Eric van de Poele Lambo-Lamborghini
DNPQ 31 Portugal Pedro Chaves Coloni-Ford Cosworth
DNPQ 14 France Olivier Grouillard Fondmetal-Ford Cosworth
Source
  • * Brundle was excluded from all results of the weekend because of his infringement.

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Ayrton Senna's 30th career win meant he remained in complete control of the Drivers' Championship, now 29 points ahead of Alain Prost in second. Prost, meanwhile, held a one point advantage over Gerhard Berger in third, as the top three began to gap the rest of the field, but only by a small amount. Jean Alesi's podium moved him into seventh, a point behind Riccardo Patrese, Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet all on six. Emanuele Pirro, meanwhile, was placed fifteenth, one ahead of Julian Bailey whom had just raced for the last time in Formula One.

McLaren-Honda's lead in the Constructors Championship grew once again through Senna's work, leaving Monte Carlo with 34 points in hand over Ferrari. With sixteen available at each race, McLaren could afford to simply not attend two races and still retain the lead over the Championship, as Ferrari pulled a small margin over Williams-Renault in third. Pirro's point put Dallara-Judd level with Tyrrell-Honda for fifth place, with the latter judged to be ahead due to Nakajima's better result of fifth to Pirro's sixth. 

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts +/-
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna 40
2 France Alain Prost 11 ▲1
3 Austria Gerhard Berger 10 ▼1
4 Italy Riccardo Patrese 6
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 6 ▲9
6 Brazil Nelson Piquet 6 ▼1
7 France Jean Alesi 5 ▲4
8 Finland JJ Lehto 4 ▼2
9 Italy Pierluigi Martini 3 ▼2
10 Brazil Roberto Moreno 3 ▲4
11 Italy Stefano Modena 3 ▼3
12 Finland Mika Häkkinen 2 ▼3
13 Japan Satoru Nakajima 2 ▼3
14 Japan Aguri Suzuki 1 ▼2
15 Italy Emanuele Pirro 1 ▲1
16 United Kingdom Julian Bailey 1 ▼3
Constructors' World Championship
Pos. Team Pts +/-
1 United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 50
2 Italy Ferrari 16
3 United Kingdom Williams-Renault 12
4 United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 9
5 United Kingdom Tyrrell-Honda 5
6 Italy Dallara-Judd 5
7 Italy Minardi-Ferrari 3
8 United Kingdom Lotus-Judd 3
9 United Kingdom Lola-Ford Cosworth 1

ReferencesEdit

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V T E 1991 Formula One Season
Teams McLaren • Tyrrell • Williams • Brabham • Footwork • Lotus • Fondmetal • Leyton House • AGS • Benetton • Dallara • Minardi • Ligier • Ferrari • Lola • Coloni • Jordan • Lambo
Engines Ferrari • Ford • Honda • Ilmor • Judd • Lamborghini • Porsche • Renault • Yamaha
Drivers Senna • 2 Berger • 3 Nakajima • 4 Modena • 5 Mansell • 6 Patrese • 7 Brundle • 8 Blundell • 9 Alboreto • 10 Caffi • 10 Johansson • 11 Häkkinen • 12 Bailey • 12 Herbert • 12 Bartels • 14 Grouillard • 14 Tarquini • 15 Gugelmin • 16 Capelli • 16 Wendlinger • 17 Tarquini • 17 Grouillard • 18 Johansson • 18 Barbazza • 19 Moreno • 19 Schumacher • 20 Piquet • 21 Pirro • 22 Lehto • 23 Martini • 24 Morbidelli • 24 Moreno • 25 Boutsen • 26 Comas • 27 Prost • 27 Morbidelli • 28 Alesi • 29 Bernard • 29 Gachot • 30 Suzuki • 31 Chaves • 31 Hattori • 32 Gachot • 32 Schumacher • 32 Moreno • 32 Zanardi • 33 De Cesaris • 34 Larini • 35 Van de Poele
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