Wins: Five. Pole Positions: Three.
That Michael Schumacher "only" has five wins at Monaco from 18 attempts is testament to the often unpredictable nature of racing around the city streets.
He first won here in 1994 and in the process recorded his first-ever Glam Slam.
Schumacher also won in 1995, 1997 and 1999. At this stage of his career it seemed certain he would go on to claim more Monte Carlo victories than anyone else, but a string of problems—some of his own making—limited the German to just one more win, in 2001.
In 2000 he was forced out of a commanding lead by a cracked exhaust, and in 2002 eye irritation during qualifying may have contributed to him only qualifying third. He was on race-winner David Coulthard's tail all race, coming home just a second behind.
While leading the 2004 race during a safety car period, Schumacher was bizarrely pitched into the wall by Juan Pablo Montoya and lost a probable win. In 2006, he was sent to the back of the grid from pole after deliberately impeding other cars in qualifying.
And in 2012 he qualified on pole, only to be demoted five places due to a penalty acquired at the previous race.
Five wins is still an incredible achievement, but it could have been many more.