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  F1: Trulli earns Monaco victory
Updated 23 May 2004, 15.55
Jarno Trulli celebrates
Jarno Trulli won his first Grand Prix in an exciting race in Monaco.

Reigning champion Michael Schumacher was denied a sixth consecutive win when he was hit by Juan Pablo Montoya in an incident packed race.

Jenson Button put in a great showing in his BAR, finishing a very impressive second, and closing the gap on Trulli to 0.4 seconds by the end.

Crashes marked the race, with David Coulthard, Giancarlo Fisichella and Ralf Schumacher all being knocked out.

Despite putting in the fastest lap, Michael Schumacher was also sent out of the race.

He apparently locked his brakes when following a safety car.

Juan Pablo Montoya couldn't react in time to avoid him, knocking the Ferrari into the wall.

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