MONACO, June 4 Britain's David Coulthard took advantage of a late mechanical breakdown in Michael Schumacher's Ferrari Sunday and claimed his second Formula One victory of the season at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Starting from the pole, Schumacher led throughout, but the German's quest for a fifthwin on the Monaco street circuit ended on the 55th lap of the 78-lap race as his car suffered a broken left rear suspension and was unable to continue.
Coulthard surged ahead of Schumacher in his Mercedes and finished the 2.087-mile street course in one hour, 49 minutes, 28 seconds.
It was his second F1 victory of the season and eighth of his career, and provided the McLaren team with its third win in 2000.
Coulthard won the British Grand Prix in April and teammate Mika Hakkinen of Finland captured the Spanish Grand Prix four weeks ago.