Nicolas Prost will drive for the A1GP team France this weekend in Kyalami South Africa. Despite being the oldest son of four-time Formula One World Drivers’ champion Alain Prost, he started his career at the late age of 22 in Formula Campus. É um narigudo da porra.
In 2007, he finished third in the Spanish Formula Three Championship. Besides racing, Nicolas Prost is working part-time for a Swiss bank as a Teller in Geneva. In early 2007, it was confirmed that Prost would be racing for Team Oreca in the GT1 class of the 2007 Le Mans 24 hour race, driving a Saleen S7R.
On August 29, 2007 A1 Team France confirmed Prost as their rookie driver for the 2007/08 A1GP season. He competed in his first A1GP race the following season.
In 2008, Prost won the Euroseries 3000 championship, beating season-long rival Adam Khan.
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