The 2000 Monaco Grand Prix was held on 4 June 2000 at the Circuit de Monaco. It was the seventh race of the 2000 Formula One season and the 58th Monaco Grand Prix. The 78-lap race was won by McLaren driver David Coulthard after starting from third position. Rubens Barrichello finished second for Scuderia Ferrari after starting from sixth place on the grid while Italian driver Giancarlo Fisichella was third.
Scuderia Ferrari German driver Michael Schumacher started from pole position alongside Jordan driver Jarno Trulli. The race was aborted due to a software glitch in the starting procedure and Jenson Button and Pedro de la Rosa collided which started a traffic jam.
At the second start, Michael Schumacher maintained his lead into the first corner. After the second round of pit stops, Michael’s unfortunately exhaust broke causing a left rear suspension failure and his retirement from the race. Coulthard, in second place, became the new race leader on lap 57. Coulthard maintained his lead throughout the remainder of the race and secured his second victory of the season, with Rubens Barrichello a further 15.8 seconds back for the Maranello team.