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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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This race in 1989 would become one of the most notoriA[degrees] ous in F1 history, as the culminaA[degrees] tion of Prost and Senna's tumultuous twoA[degrees]year rivalry as team mates at McLaren.
He made his mark in his debut season at Toleman at Monaco when he made his way up from 13th on the grid to catch the leader, Prost, but being denied a victory when the race was stopped half-way due to heavy rain.
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Herbert, an F1 pundit for Britain's Sky Sports Television, told Gulf News in an exclusive interview on Saturday: "Is this up there with Prost and Senna?
Prost who noted that the sourcing rate stands at 42pc, called for lowering the logistics cost in order to improve Morocco's competitiveness, citing, as an example the high price of the Gibraltar strait crossing.
Elmar Prost is the CEO of a company that has operated cement works in the capital.
If you are not 100 per cent focused on the fight, it becomes difficult," said Prost.
The rivalry continued even after Prost left for Ferrari the next year and peaked in 1993 when the Frenchman signed for Williams with a caveat .
Prost claimed the 1989 title after taking out Senna in Japan before the Brazilian returned the favour a year later.
I don't know if Senna and Prost talked about it, but I quite liked the way Senna dealt with that so I'll take a page out of his book," he said.
Undeniably their battle for supremacy at present lacks the ferocity of F1's bitterest intrateam rivalry between Prost and Ayrton Senna in 1988-89 when the duo raced for McLaren.