1990 Monaco Grand Prix

1990 Monaco Grand Prix

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1990 Monaco Grand Prix

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The 1990 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on 27 May 1990 at Monaco.



There had been no changes to the field as the cars arrived for the Jewel in the crown of Formula One and qualifying saw no surprises with Monaco master Ayrton Senna taking pole from arch-rival Alain Prost. Jean Alesi continued to impress in his Tyrrell, qualifying third from Riccardo Patrese. Row three was formed of Gerhard Berger and Thierry Boutsen; Nigel Mansell lined up 7th alongside the Minardi of Pierluigi Martini, while Emanuele Pirro and Nelson Piquet rounded out the top 10. David Brabham qualified in 25th, to make a race start for the first time in his Formula 1 career.


At the start there was an overly long delay between the red and green, which caused the drivers to be a little more agitated than usual and it resulted in an accident between Prost and Berger at the Mirabeau corner. The track was blocked and the race had to be stopped. At the second start everything went to plan and Senna led from Prost, Alesi, Berger, Patrese, and Boutsen, with Pirro being the first retirement when his engine blew on the opening lap. Eight-placed Nigel Mansell was the centre of action in the early going and he quickly got past Martini's Minardi and set off after Boutsen, but his overtaking attempt on the Belgian was less successful as he touched Boutsen's Williams at the seafront chicane and had to limp back to the pits for a new front wing. At the front Senna...
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