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prost

 (prōst)
interj.
Variant of prosit.

Prost

(French prɔst)
n
(Biography) Alain (alɛ̃). born 1955, French motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion 1985, 1986, 1989, and 1993
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The duo's dominance of the F1 season - they have won 15 of the 18 grands prix (Hamilton with 10 wins and Rosberg five) - and intense battles have evoked memories of Prost and Senna's infamous clashes on and off the track in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
If you are not 100 per cent focused on the fight, it becomes difficult," said Prost.
Formula One legend Alain Prost went some way on Friday to calming the storm that threatens to rock the sport by rejecting the idea that an overhaul is needed.
Hamilton lost the title to Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen by one point last season but Prost believes the 23-year-old can follow his own example and come back stronger.
Phoenix, which had technical support from Arrows chief Tom Walkinshaw's TWR (Tom Walkinshaw Racing) company, arrived in Malaysia three days ago with two 2001-specification Prost chassis looking to compete in Sunday's race.
Fast forward to the modern age and it's their relatives -- Alain Prost and Nelson Piquet's sons Nicolas and Nelson respectively, and the late Ayrton Senna's nephew Bruno -- who are bidding to build on their illustrious forebears' legacies on the track.
THE PITS J Senna, left, and Prost after their crash at Suzuka in 1990
Not that there would have been much space for them if Phoenix had been allowed into the circuit with the garages that were occupied by Prost last year having now been taken over by newcomers Toyota Racing.
The drivers are believed to be Argentina's Gaston Mazzacane, who competed for Prost last year and Brazil's Tarso Marques, who raced for the Minardi team for most of last season.
Prost said officials behind the newly launched discipline for electric cars had been in talks with motorsport chiefs in the Emirate, but Formula E spokesman Tom Phillips could not confirm this when contacted.
F1 LEGEND Alain Prost admits his glorious career was haunted by a fear of dying in the cockpit.
com in Austin, Texas ALAIN PROST reckons modern Grand Prix stars can race at 180mph without risk.