Prost, Alain (F)

b 24/2/1955 (St Chamond)




1975 - Won Pilote Elf award at Winfield School
1976 - French Formule Renault. Won 12 out of 13 races. Champion
1977 - French Formule Super Renault. 8 wins & Championship
1978 - F3 (Martini-Renault)
1979 - French F3 (Martini-Renault) champion. European F3 champion, 67 points,
       7 wins: Vallelunga, Osterreichring, Zolder, Magny Cours, Zandvoort,
       Knutsdorp, Jarama. Won Monaco F3 race
1980 - 13 F1 GP (McLaren), 5 points, J15th. (5th Brazil, 6th Argentina,
       Britain, Holland). DNS US East, practice accident
1981 - 15 F1 GP (Renault), 43 points, 5th. 3 wins (France, Holland, Italy)
       (2nd Germany, Las Vegas, 3rd Argentina)
1982 - 16 F1 GP (Renault), 34 points, 4th. 2 wins (S.Africa, Brazil). (2nd
       France, Swiss GP, 4th Las Vegas, 6th Britain)
1983 - 15 F1 GP (Renault), 57 points, 2nd. 4 wins (France, Belgium, Britain,
       Austria). (2nd Imola, Europe, 3rd Monaco, 4th Germany, 5th Canada)
1984 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 71.5 points, 2nd. 7 wins (Brazil, Imola, Monaco
       (half points), Germany, Holland, Europe, Portugal). (2nd S.Africa,
       3rd Canada, 4th Detroit)
1985 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 73 points, World Champion. 5 wins (Brazil,
       Monaco, Britain, Austria, Italy). (2nd Germany, Holland, 3rd Canada,
       Belgium, S.Africa, 4th Europe). DSQ San Marino - car underweight
1986 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 72 points, World Champion. 4 wins (Imola,
       Monaco, Austria, Australia). (2nd Canada, France, Portugal, Mexico,
       3rd Spain, US, Britain, 6th Belgium, Germany)
1987 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 46 points. 3 wins (Brazil, Belgium, Portugal)
       (2nd Spain, 3rd US, France, Hungary, 6th Austria)
1988 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 105 points, 2nd. 7 wins (Brazil, Monaco, Mexico,
       France, Portugal, Spain, Australia). (2nd Imola, Canada, US, Germany,
       Hungary, Belgium, Japan)
1989 - 16 F1 GP (McLaren), 81 points, World Champion. 4 wins (US, France,
       Britain, Italy). (2nd Brazil, Imola, Monaco, Germany, Belgium,
       Portugal, 3rd Spain, 4th Hungary, 5th Mexico). DNS Australia - refused
       to start because of conditions (heavy rain)
1990 - 16 F1 GP (Ferrari), 73 points, 2nd. 5 wins (Brazil, Mexico, France,
       Britain, Spain, 2nd Belgium, Italy, 3rd Portugal, Australia, 4th
       Imola, Germany, 5th Canada)
1991 - 15 F1 GP (Ferrari), 34 points. (2nd US, France, Spain, 3rd Britain,
       Italy, 4th Brazil, Japan, 5th Monaco). Prost was fired before end of
       season for being too outspoken in his criticism of car
1992 - Took year off. Commentated for TF1 (French TV)
1993 - 16 F1 GP (Williams), 99 points, World Champion. 7 wins (S.Africa,
       Imola, Spain, Canada, France, Britain, Germany). (2nd Portugal,
       Japan, Australia, 3rd Belgium, Europe, 4th Monaco). Retired from F1
1994 - Tested McLaren. Decided to stay in retirement from F1
2004 - Andros Trophy Ice Racing Series (Toyota Corolla): 2nd, 750 pts.
2005  French GT Championship (Exagon Engineering Chrysler Viper GTS-R), with J-P.Jabouille
       Mar 28	Nogaro			6th, 1:01:05.206
       Mar 28	Nogaro			4th, 1:01:40.261
       Apr 17	Ledenon			5th, 1:02:12.282
       Apr 17	Ledenon			6th, -1 lap
       May 5	Pau			7th, 55:34.246
       May 6	Pau			2nd, 1:00:07.823
       May 28	Dijon			32nd, -8 laps
       May 29	Dijon			1st, 1h01m12.553
       Sep 24	Le Mans Bugatti		2nd, 1h00m37.028	with N.Prost.
       Sep 25	Le Mans Bugatti		33rd, -15 laps		with N.Prost.
       Oct 16	Magny-Cours		2nd, 1h00m19.899	with N.Prost
       Oct 16	Magny-Cours		30th, -4 laps		with N.Prost
2006  Andros Ice Racing Championship: 2nd
2007  Andros Ice Racing Trophy (Toyota Auris): Champion
2008 - Andros Ice Racing Trophy (Toyota Auris): Champion
2010  Andros Trophy (Dacia Duster): 2nd
2011  Andros Trophy
2012  Andros Trophy (Dacia): Champion