Sunday 28th May 1995
Despite leading from the start at the Monaco Grand Prix, Damon Hill couldn’t make his two-stop strategy work compared to Michael Schumacher’s one-stopper and he ended up a distant second, with Gerhard Berger’s Ferrari third.
This was also the last race for the tiny Simtek team – and they didn’t even really get to race. A first lap crash between Berger, David Coulthard and Jean Alesi blocked the circuit and caused the race to be restarted and both Simtek’s dropped out – Domenico Schiattarella as a result of marshals accidentally damaging his car while moving it, and Jos Verstappen when his gearbox broke at the start of the second formation lap. The team folded by the time of the next race, meaning that this race was the last one to start with a full 26-car grid.