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1997 Australian Grand Prix
2001 Japanese Grand Prix

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Prost Grand Prix was a Formula One racing team owned and managed by former world champion Alain Prost. The team participated in five seasons from 1997 to 2001.

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1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,

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drivers who drove for Prost

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1 Olivier Panis
2 Shinji Nakano
3 Jarno Trulli TRU
4 Nick Heidfeld HEI
5 Jean Alesi
6 Gastón Mazzacane
7 Luciano Burti
8 Heinz-Harald Frentzen
9 Tomáš Enge

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Hamilton narrowly missed out on a record-breaking eighth world championship in 2021 after a last-lap defeat to Red Bull rival Max Verstappen in their winner-takes-all Abu Dhabi showdown.
Hamilton, 37, is contracted to race for Mercedes until the end of 2023 as he bids to pull clear of Michael Schumacher?s tally of seven titles. He already holds the record for the most poles (103) and most ...

read on exclusively revealed on Monday that the Frenchman had left his non-executive director and advisory role with the French car manufacturer as part of a management overhaul being undertaken this winter.
After taking to social media to express his disappointment at the way news of his departure had been made public, Prost opened up to French newspaper L'Equipe and discussed the ...

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Alpine is currently undergoing structural changes as CEO Laurent Rossi flexes his muscles after the team's first season under the name of the specialist sportscar division.
Last week, Alpine announced that executive director Marcin Budkowski, who served as de facto team principal in 2021 despite the role not officially existing, has left the team. Rossi is currently running the team himself on ...

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Bruce McLaren's firm made its F1 world championship debut in 1966 and the New Zealander scored its maiden victory in the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix. Since then, 19 other drivers have taken wins for McLaren and seven have won drivers' titles.
For the selection of the top 10 McLaren F1 drivers, we have considered the amount of success the drivers scored with the team, the impact they had on McLaren ...

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Hamilton trails Red Bull rival Verstappen by 12 points heading into the final five races of the season as he chases a record-breaking eighth world championship.
Hamilton and Verstappen have crashed together twice this season ? at Silverstone and at Monza ? amid one of the most intense title battles F1 has seen in the past decade.
Comparisons have been drawn to the fierce battles between ...

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Like other top drivers who joined new teams for 2021 Alonso has acknowledged that he needed time to get up to speed, with his absence from F1 making his task even more difficult.
At Paul Ricard last weekend the Spaniard had a feisty race to eighth, crossing the line less than two seconds shy of sixth-placed Daniel Ricciardo. The French GP result followed a strong sixth place in Baku, where ...

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The weather conditions were wretched as pole-winner Prost slithered through Sainte Devote for the first time. Ferrari?s Rene Arnoux and Derek Warwick tangled behind him, and Warwick?s Renault teammate Patrick Tambay was unable to avoid him ? putting both of them out. Not a great start to the day for France?

Alain Prost, McLaren MP4/2, leads the start
Photo by: Sutton ...

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Julian Jakobi has been involved in managing drivers for over 30 years and has represented the interests of some of the biggest names. At one time he pulled off the incredible feat of looking after Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost at the same time, while more recently he achieved a coup by landing a Red Bull Racing drive for Sergio Perez.
A tough negotiator, he remains highly respected both by the ...

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Alonso's return to F1 has teed up the thrilling prospect of a tough battle between the Spaniard and his young French teammate Ocon, who is in the final season of a two-year contract at the outfit.
With Alonso having a history of being ruthless in dealing with his teammates in the past, Alpine is well aware that it needs to be mindful of how their relationship develops. However, Alpine ...

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Mercedes wrapped up a record-breaking seventh consecutive F1 constructors? championship at Imola earlier this month, while Lewis Hamilton is poised to match Michael Schumacher?s record of seven drivers? titles as early as this weekend?s Turkish Grand Prix.
Since Wolff took the reins at Mercedes in 2013, the team has established itself as one of the most dominant forces in F1 history ...

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Race:?1990 Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City
Car:?Ferrari 641
There were several races that I could choose from, but if I had to pick one it would be the 1990 Mexican Grand Prix and 1986 Australian. Maybe Mexico was stronger for me.
The main thing was that, although the car was OK, I was struggling with the qualifying tyres. I decided to concentrate on the race set-up during qualifying ...

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Schumacher?is frequently quoted in the same sentence as the likes of Ayrton Senna, Juan Manuel Fangio and Lewis Hamilton as one of the all time greats, while a lot of people overlook Alain Prost, who won more titles than Senna.
But how do Prost and?Schumacher?stack up against each other? Let?s look at the stats...
Grands Prix started: Schumacher?306 - Prost ...

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Imola was renowned for being tough on fuel consumption, and this was proved a year earlier when Elio de Angelis was one of three cars to run dry, although he still managed to salvage a podium finish. This year, he was determined to play a cannier game.
His Lotus-Renault teammate was the great Ayrton Senna, who was fresh off his fantastic first Grand Prix victory, at a rain-soaked Estoril ...

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As a number of governments plan to outlaw the sale of petrol/diesel and hybrid cars from 2040 at the latest, Prost has questioned the political motives behind those efforts which he thinks will achieve little in reducing carbon emissions.
And with the costs of forcing car manufacturers to go electric putting their finances under pressure ? with Honda this week admitting that the price of ...

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