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From until Prost held the record for most Grand Prix victories and is considered as one of the greatest F1 drivers ever.
Prost discovered karting at the age of 14 during a family holiday. He progressed through motor sport's junior ranks, winning the French and European Formula Three championships, before joining the McLaren Formula One team in at the age of In , at the last race of the season , he beat Mansell and Piquet of Williams to the title after Mansell retired late on in the race, and Piquet was pulled in for a late precautionary pit stop.
Senna joined Prost at McLaren in and the two had a series of controversial clashes, including a collision at the Japanese Grand Prix that gave Prost his third Drivers' Championship.
A year later at the same venue they collided again, but this time Prost, driving for Ferrari , lost out.
Before the end of a winless season Prost was fired by Ferrari for his public criticism of the team. With a competitive car, Prost won the championship and retired from Formula One driving at the end of the year.
From to he competed in the Andros Trophy ,   which is an ice racing championship, taking 38 race victories and winning the championship 3 times.
Prost employed a smooth, relaxed style behind the wheel, deliberately modeling himself on personal heroes like Jackie Stewart and Jim Clark.
Though it was not a name he particularly cared for, he would admit later that it was an appropriate summation of his approach to his racing.
Skilled at setting up his car for race conditions, Prost would often conserve his brakes and tyres early in a race, leaving them fresher for a challenge at the end.
In doing so he broke his nose several times. Prost was married to Anne-Marie born 14 February , but they divorced sometime later.
Prost also has a daughter, Victoria. As of [update] , Nicolas races in Formula E for e. They moved to Switzerland after Renault workers went to Prost's house in France and burned his Mercedes-Benz and another one of his road cars.
Prost won several karting championships in his teens. In he left school to become a full-time racer, supporting himself by tuning engines and becoming a kart distributor.
His prize for winning the French senior karting championship was a season in French  Formula Renault ,  a category in which he won the title and all but one race in In he won both the French and European F3 championships, by which time he was on the shopping lists of several Formula One teams.
He surprised the British team by declining their offer of a race drive in a third car at the final race of the season at Watkins Glen — reasoning that the token effort would benefit neither him nor the team.
On his debut in Buenos Aires he finished in sixth place earning one point, something achieved by only a handful of drivers. Prost added four more points to his tally during the season, scoring points at Interlagos , Brands Hatch and Zandvoort.
Prost finished the year 15th in the Drivers' Championship, equalling points with former world champion Emerson Fittipaldi.
Despite the encouraging debut season, Prost had several accidents, breaking his wrist during practice at Kyalami and suffering a concussion during practice at Watkins Glen.
He also retired from the Canadian round in Montreal a week earlier because of rear suspension failure. At the end of the season, despite having two years remaining on his contract, he left McLaren and signed with Renault.
Prost has said that he left because of the large number of breakages on the car and because he felt the team blamed him for some of the accidents.
Motor sports author Nigel Roebuck reports that there were problems between Prost and Arnoux from the start of the season, Prost being immediately quicker than his more experienced teammate.
He also did not finish in the next four races, and then won his first Formula One race at his home Grand Prix in France at the fast Dijon circuit, finishing two seconds ahead of his old teammate John Watson.
For Prost, his debut victory was memorable mostly for the change it made in his mindset. He won again in Holland and Italy, and finished fifth in the Drivers' Championship, seven points behind champion Nelson Piquet.
Prost won the first two Grands Prix of the season in South Africa , where Prost recovered from losing a wheel, and Brazil , where he finished 3rd but was awarded the win after Piquet 1st and Keke Rosberg 2nd were disqualified.
He finished in the points on four other occasions, but did not win again. Despite retiring from seven races, Prost improved on his Drivers' Championship position, finishing in fourth, but with nine fewer points than the previous year.
His relationship with Arnoux deteriorated further after the French Grand Prix. Prost believes that Arnoux, who won the race, went back on a pre-race agreement to support Prost during the race.
His relationship with the French media was also poor. He has since commented that "When I went to Renault the journalists wrote good things about me, but by I had become the bad guy.
I think, to be honest, I had made the mistake of winning! The French don't really like winners. In November , three years before it became a round of the F1 World Championship, Prost, along with fellow F1 drivers Jacques Laffite and Nelson Piquet , made the trip to Melbourne , Australia to drive in the non-championship Australian Grand Prix at the short 1.
He then led every lap to win what would be the first of 3 Australian Grand Prix wins. Arnoux left Renault in , and American Eddie Cheever replaced him as Prost's partner allegedly because of Renault's desire to sell more road cars in North America 3 of the season's 15 races were on the North American continent.
Prost earned a further four victories for Renault during the season and finished second in the Drivers' Championship, two points behind Nelson Piquet.
Piquet and the Brabham team overhauled Prost and Renault in the last few races of the season. Prost, who felt the team had been too conservative in developing the car, found himself increasingly at odds with Renault's management, who made him the scapegoat for failing to win a championship.
In addition to that, the French fans recalled the bitter fight that had caused their favourite, Arnoux, to leave the team. Prost said in an interview with ESPN during the final race that his car was "not competitive" and that he "didn't lose by my own fault"  Renault fired Prost only two days after the South African race.
He re-signed for McLaren for the season within days and moved his family home to Switzerland after Renault factory workers burned the second of 2 of Prost's cars, one of them being a Mercedes-Benz.
He lost the world championship to Lauda in the final race of the season in Portugal by half a point, despite winning seven races to Lauda's five, including winning in Portugal.
The half point came from the Monaco Grand Prix , where Prost had been leading, albeit with Ayrton Senna Toleman and Stefan Bellof Tyrrell closing on him rapidly, when Clerk of the Course Jacky Ickx stopped the race at half distance due to heavy rain, which was controversial as Ickx displayed the red flag without consulting the race officials.
Under Formula One regulations, Prost received only half of the nine points normally awarded for a victory. Prost's seven wins in equalled the record set by Jim Clark in He won five of the sixteen Grands Prix during the season.
Prost successfully defended his title, despite his car struggling against the Honda -powered Williams cars driven by Nelson Piquet and Nigel Mansell.
Until the latter stages of the final race of the season, the Australian Grand Prix , Prost appeared set to finish second in the Championship, behind Mansell.
Prost had the same number of wins as Piquet, but he had four second places to Piquet's three, thus placing him second before the final race.
The Williams team then pitted Piquet to change tyres as a safety precaution, while Prost had already pitted earlier due to a puncture and did not need to change his tyres again.
He then held the lead ahead of a charging Piquet to the chequered flag and the Championship. He was cruising to victory when his car began to run out of fuel three corners from the chequered flag.
Frantically weaving the car back and forth to slosh the last drops of fuel into the pickup, he managed to keep it running just long enough to creep over the line and win the race Prost commented after the race that when his car started running dry he immediately thought to himself "shit, I am going to lose this race again" , referring to his disqualification at Imola.
It happened again at the German Grand Prix: Instead of retiring at a time in the season when points were critical, Prost got out of his car and tried to push it to the finish, to great applause from the crowd.
The finish line was too far, though, and he never reached it. He was eventually classified sixth in the race, as the seventh-placed car the Brabham -BMW of Derek Warwick was a lap behind.
He never gave up though and challenged Piquet and Mansell almost until the end, winning three races and breaking Jackie Stewart 's record for race victories by winning for the 28th time at the Portuguese Grand Prix.
Prost considers his win in the opening round in Brazil as his best and most rewarding race ever. The Williams-Hondas had been dominant during qualifying, and Prost started fifth on the grid with a time three seconds slower than Mansell's pole time.
Knowing he didn't have the qualifying speed, he instead worked on his race set-up, and with everyone else going for a high-downforce set-up, the Frenchman went the other way.
The set-up meant less tyre wear, thanks to slower speeds in the corners while going fast down the straights. Prost finished 40 seconds in front of Piquet, with Johansson a further 16 seconds back in third.
When you win a race like this the feeling is very, very good. There have been times when I have been flat-out to finish sixth, but you can't see that from the outside.
In I finished three or four times in seventh place. I pushed like mad, yet everyone was gathered around the winner and they were thinking that I was just trundling around.
But that's motor racing. So in fact the only thing you can judge in this sport is the long term. You can judge a career or a season, but not one race.
Prost finished the season in fourth place in the championship behind Piquet, Mansell and Lotus driver Ayrton Senna.
Prost finished 30 points behind champion Nelson Piquet. Other than his debut season in , and , it was the furthest away he would finish a season from the championship lead.
Despite Nelson Piquet winning the Drivers' Championship and Williams winning the Constructors' Championship, Honda decided not to supply the team with their engines, partly due to Williams's refusal to dump Nigel Mansell and hire Japanese driver and Honda test driver Satoru Nakajima who debuted with Lotus in , and instead supplied the McLaren team for Prost had convinced Ron Dennis to sign Ayrton Senna to a three-year contract, which played a role in luring Honda Senna's ability had been highly regarded by the Japanese giant when using their engines with Lotus in and both were keen to continue their association.
However, this began the rivalry that pushed two of the sport's greatest drivers to unprecedented heights of success and controversy. McLaren-Honda dominated the season, winning 15 out of 16 races.
Prost finished first or second in every race other than his two retirements at Silverstone and Monza. He won seven races and in total outscored his new teammate Ayrton Senna by 11 points, despite Senna winning one more race than Prost.
However, only the 11 best results from the season counted toward the championship total, and this gave Senna the title by three points.
Prost went on to be a proponent of essentially the s scoring system — all results counting to the final results with the winner scoring 10, not 9, points.
He expressed his feelings that Honda was giving Senna preferential treatment, and Kawamoto then confirmed Prost's fears, explaining that the Honda engineers were of a new generation, and that they liked Senna's panache and samurai-like driving.
Kawamoto was able to convince Prost that he would work something out on the Honda end of the McLaren-Honda partnership for the season, but this was not to be.
McLaren's domination continued throughout , and the Prost-Senna struggle for supremacy put them on a collision course. Mutual admiration turned to all-out hatred, with the Frenchman accusing his Brazilian teammate of " dangerous driving "  and of receiving more than a fair share of attention from both McLaren and Honda.
The animosity between the two drivers came to a head at Round 2 in San Marino. The drivers made an agreement between them that whoever won the start would not be challenged by the other going into the first turn in this case, the Tosa bend on the Imola circuit.
Prost kept to the agreement after Senna won the first start. Prost however won the restart caused by Gerhard Berger 's fiery crash in his Ferrari , but was passed by Senna under brakes for Tosa.
Prost went to a friend of his, a French journalist, and told him about the broken agreement between him and Senna.
Against Prost's wishes, the journalist went public with the story. During testing at Pembrey in Wales, Senna denied in public any such agreement had ever existed between himself and Prost, but the Frenchman's claim was backed up by Marlboro 's John Hogan who had been present when the agreement was made.
Their embittered season ended as many pundits had feared. Prost, turning into the corner, turned into his teammate's path resulting in a collision and the cars sliding interlocked down the escape road.
Prost, thinking the World Championship was over, climbed out of his stalled car. To separate the cars, the marshals pushed Senna's McLaren backwards onto the track.
This left it in a dangerous position, so they pushed it forwards again. As they did so, Senna bump-started the engine. He drove through the chicane and rejoined.
The nose of his car was damaged and he had to pit, but he rejoined only five seconds behind the Benetton of Alessandro Nannini.
On lap 50, Ayrton sliced past Nannini at the chicane to take the lead and won the race. But it was Nannini who appeared on the top step of the podium, race officials having excluded Senna for missing the chicane.
Prost recalled that by the Italian Grand Prix he had one car with maybe four or five mechanics, while his teammate had two cars and 20 people around him.
Although Prost was forced to make a public apology to both McLaren and Honda over his Monza comments, he received support from Nigel Mansell who would be his teammate at Ferrari , and former teammate Rosberg who claimed that once it became known they would not be using the Japanese engines the next season, their Honda engines did not seem to work as well as was once normal.
Prost actually won the Italian Grand Prix, after Senna's engine blew with only 9 laps remaining.
As wore on, Prost continually claimed his Honda V10s were not producing the same amount of power as those in Senna's car. It actually got to the point where Honda F1 boss Osamu Goto felt compelled to speak to the specialist British media on the matter.
He claimed that Senna's foot-tapping style with the accelerator helped keep the RAE's revs up in the engine's mid-range where most of the power was, while Prost's smoother style dropped the engines into low revs where they had a pick-up problem.
Apparently the talk was convincing until most of those present noticed Goto continually called them Ayrton and Prost respectively per Japanese customs, addressing a person by their first name rather than the surname shows a much higher degree of familiarity and confidentiality.
An example of Prost's claims came during the Mexican Grand Prix. Despite his car running less wing than Senna's which theoretically would give him greater top speed, Prost's McLaren was not able to pass Senna's on the long front straight even though he came of the final Peraltada Curve clearly faster than the Brazilian and also had the benefit of a tow.
In stark contrast, late in the race when Senna was lapping Prost who was on fresh tyres , Senna was easily able to power past Prost on the straight.
Prost signed to join Ferrari in becoming the first driver signed to the team after the death of team founder Enzo Ferrari in As reigning world champion, Prost took over as the team's lead driver and was said to have played on Mansell's inferiority complex.
Mansell recalls one incident where at the British Grand Prix , the car he drove didn't handle the same as in the previous race where he had taken pole position, and later found out from team mechanics that Prost saw Mansell as having a superior car and had them swapped without Mansell knowing.
Notable among these was the Mexican Grand Prix, where he won after starting in 13th position. In both the Mexican and Spanish races, he led Mansell to Ferrari 1—2 finishes.
The championship once again came to the penultimate round of the season in Japan with Prost trailing his McLaren adversary, Ayrton Senna, by nine points.
As in , a controversial collision between the two settled the race. At the first corner Senna, as admitted a year later, intentionally drove his race car into Prost's, taking them both out of the race and sealing the title in his favour.
Mansell left the Scuderia due to his unstable relationship with Prost,  to rejoin Williams for the Formula One season.
Mansell's replacement was Frenchman Jean Alesi , who had been impressive during the previous two years at Tyrrell.
Ferrari had entered a downturn, partially as their famous V12 engine was no longer competitive against the smaller, lighter and more fuel efficient V10s of their competitors.
Prost won no races, only getting onto the podium five times. He took this out on the team, publicly criticising the team and the Ferrari ,  and subsequently had his contract terminated before the end of the season, immediately prior to the Australian Grand Prix.
Despite being sacked, Prost received a significant payment from Ferrari to not drive for any other team. It was the second time in his career that Prost had been fired by a factory backed team for his public criticism of the team and car, having been fired under similar circumstances by Renault at the end of the season.
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