The 1994 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on May 15, 1994 at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo. It was the 4th race of the 1994 Formula One season. FIA decided to leave empty the first two grid positions and painted them with the colors of the Brazilian and the Austrian flag to honour Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger, who were killed in the previous race.
Also during the qualifying session, Austrian driver Karl Wendlinger had a major accident in the Nouvelle Chicane corner, after hitting the wall at almost 280 km/h. Wendlinger was in a coma for several weeks and threatened his F1 career. Sauber Mercedes decided to withdraw from the race after this incident.
This is more or less where I live now so this victory means a lot. I am very pleased that we came here with the car sorted out after a few small problems and we were very competitive. I am very happy that Formula One set such an example.|20px|20px|Michael Schumacher commenting about victory|Transcript of recording from Grand Prix Racing
This is a great day for me and I am so glad to achieve this for my loyal and patient fans. Today was one of the best days in my racing career. I made a perfect start and had a faultless race. It has been a very difficult time. When your five-year-old daughter asks you if it's true [Ayrton] Senna is dead it is difficult to reconcile things.|20px|20px|Martin Brundle on his second place and Ayrton Senna|Transcript of recording from Grand Prix Racing
|4||15||Andrea de Cesaris||Jordan-Hart||77||+1 Lap||14||3|
|5||27||Jean Alesi||Ferrari||77||+1 Lap||5||2|
|6||24||Michele Alboreto||Minardi-Ford||77||+1 Lap||12||1|
|7||6||Jyrki Järvilehto||Benetton-Ford||77||+1 Lap||17|
|8||19||Olivier Beretta||Larrousse-Ford||76||+2 Laps||18|
|9||26||Olivier Panis||Ligier-Renault||76||+2 Laps||20|
|10||20||Érik Comas||Larrousse-Ford||75||+3 Laps||13|
|11||11||Pedro Lamy||Lotus-Mugen-Honda||73||+5 Laps||19|
|Ret||25||Éric Bernard||Ligier-Renault||34||Spun off||21|