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|Race 2 of 11 in the 1958 Formula One season|
|Date||18 May 1958|
|Official name||XVI Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco|
|Location||Circuit de Monaco|
3.145 km (1.954 mi)
|Distance||100 laps, 314.5 km (195.4 mi)|
Race report 
Vanwall and BRM returned after their Argentine absence and so Stirling Moss went back to his regular drive. In his place with the new 2000cc engined Cooper was French driver Maurice Trintignant. Jean Behra led until his brakes failed, and then Mike Hawthorn swept by in the Ferrari. Moss had been duelling with him throughout the race until he retired on lap 38, and Hawthorn followed suit on lap 47 with a broken fuel pump. Graham Hill retired from fourth place in his first race on lap 69, after briefly leading. Stuart Lewis-Evans and Tony Brooks retired, leaving Trintignant to lead home by some 20 seconds giving Cooper its second race win of the year.
- First win for Dunlop in Formula One.
- Formula One World Championship debut for the Lotus team.
- First F1 Grand Prix for Graham Hill.
- Last F1 Grand Prix drive for Louis Chiron.
Championship standings after the race 
- Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.
1958 Argentine Grand Prix
|FIA Formula One World Championship
1958 Dutch Grand Prix
1957 Monaco Grand Prix
|Monaco Grand Prix||Next race:
1959 Monaco Grand Prix