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Alain . born 1955, French motor-racing driver: world champion 1985, 1986, 1989, and 1993
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If you have an enemy in another team it's much easier to fix because you don't see him every day," shared former World Champion Niki Lauda anout his own rival Alain Prost.
Nico has proved he can do that, keep a car cool, keep the tyres cool a little bit the way I drove the car, or Alain Prost or Jim Clark did.
Of the three other quadruple championship winners, Juan Manuel Fangio was 45 when he claimed his fourth crown, while Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher were 38 and 32.
com has reported, citing four-time World Champion turned Renault ambassador Alain Prost, 'From 2014 we will bring engines to the fore and redress the balance in F1.
Summary: London: Formula One legend Alain Prost went some way yesterday to calming the storm that .
It was Alonso's 31st victory of his career, drawing him level with Nigel Mansell on the sport's all-time win list, leaving only Michael Schumacher, Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna ahead of him.
He quickly progresses, making his debut in Formula 1 in 1984, and beginning an intense rivalry with Alain Prost that prompted the Frenchman to claim: "Ayrton has a small problem.
The Bahrainis had completed their training yesterday at the famous Alain Prost Karting Circuit, the home of the legendary multiple Formula 1 World Champion Alain Prost.
The documentary movie, Senna, begins at 1984's rain affected Monaco Grand Prix when the rookie Ayrton, driving for minor team Toleman, powered through the field from 13th to second, only losing out to Alain Prost on a technicality.
Once the driver with the most F1 wins under his belt, Alain Prost is every bit the legend.
Available video includes general views and soundbites from driver Alain Prost and Stephen Norman, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing and Communications of Renault.
Michael Schumacher is too old to return to his F1 glory days and should give up, according to racing legend Alain Prost.