Brazil's Ayrton Senna avoided traffic and accidents in winning the Monaco Grand Prix for the second time Sunday, beating McLaren-Honda teammate Alain Prost.

He did it in spite of Prost breaking his lap record.Senna's winning time was 1 hour, 53 minutes, 33.251 seconds, as he beat Prost by 52.528 seconds.

The two now are tied for the lead in the driver's standings with 18 points each.


At Talladega, Ala., Davey Allison grabbed the lead with nine laps remaining and held off Terry Labonte and Mark Martin to win his second Winston 500 at Talladega Superspeedway Sunday.

Allison, from nearby Hueytown, Ala., also won this race in 1987. Sunday, he drafted past Morgan Shepherd into the lead on lap 180 of the 188-lap event on Talladega's 2.66-mile, high-banked oval and went on to his fifth career victory and first of the season.