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about AGS

Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives (also known as AGS and Gonfaron Sports Cars) was a small French racecar constructor that competed in various racing categories over a period of thirty years, including Formula One from 1986 to 1991.

AGS survived as a prosperous Formula One driving school, in Le Luc, near Gonfaron.

source: Wikipedia


1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991,

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drivers who drove for AGS

# driver
1 Ivan Capelli
2 Pascal Fabre
3 Roberto Moreno
4 Philippe Streiff
5 Joachim Winkelhock
6 Gabriele Tarquini
7 Yannick Dalmas
8 Stefan Johansson
9 Fabrizio Barbazza
10 Olivier Grouillard

AGS news

Flags were shown after Gasly ran wide on his last lap at the penultimate corner, losing his front wing and puncturing his right front tyre.
He kept going in an attempt to get out of the way and not impede cars trying to finish the lap, but he then stopped on the pit straight.
At that stage flags were waved - initially a single yellow and then a double – and both Max Verstappen and Valtteri ...

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The double world champion qualified his Alpine in ninth after a "messy" session blighted by four red flag stoppages, with Lance Stroll and Antonio Giovinazzi both crashing out at Turn 15 in Q1, while Daniel Ricciardo in Q2 and Yuki Tsunoda and Carlos Sainz in Q3 had mishaps at Turn 3.
It came one week after Charles Leclerc's Q3 crash at the Monaco Grand Prix while on provisional pole prevented ...

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The four-time F1 champion is making his Aston Martin debut this weekend following his switch from Ferrari over the winter, but endured a frustrating qualifying in Bahrain when he was knocked out in Q1 after having to back off on his final flying lap due to traffic and yellow flags.
Vettel had to slow down at Turn 1 after Haas rookie Nikita Mazepin spun ahead of him, with the Russian having just ...

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Norris initially qualified 11th for McLaren at Istanbul Park on Saturday, but was summoned to see the stewards after the session over a yellow flag infringement.
A number of drivers had their laps reviewed for making improvements despite yellow flags being shown at Turn 8 following a spin for Williams driver Nicholas Latifi.
The stewards said in a bulletin on Saturday evening that Norris had ...

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Magnussen was eliminated in 16th place in a messy Q1 that took over an hour to complete due to red flags called for rain and a spin for Haas teammate Romain Grosjean.
Drivers had time to complete one final flying lap when the session resumed, only for yellow flags to be shown at Turn 3 following a spin for AlphaTauri driver Daniil Kvyat.
Despite the yellow flags, the majority of drivers ...

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The Finn had led the Imola race from pole position but his hopes of victory suffered a blow on lap two when he struck a front wing endplate from Sebastian Vettel’s car that had been left on the track at Tosa corner.
Vettel’s part had come off his car when he collided with Kevin Magnussen on the first lap, and no attempt appeared to have been made by marshals to remove it before the cars ...

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Bottas entered qualifying at Mugello off the back of leading all three practice sessions, and was able to set the pace for Mercedes in Q1.
But Bottas trailed Hamilton for the first time in the weekend after their maiden runs in Q3, with the Finn sitting 0.059 seconds off the provisional pole time.
Hamilton was unable to improve on his final qualifying lap, opening the door for Bottas to ...

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Williams driver Russell reached Q2 for the third race in a row after an impressive display in qualifying at Silverstone, ending the day 15th overall.
But the stewards said during qualifying they would be investigating Russell for potentially speeding in Q1 under yellow flags that were caused by a spin for Williams teammate Nicholas Latifi.
Russell said over team radio at the time that he ...

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