This is the second appearance on the panel by the 55-year-old Frenchman, who made his debut in the very first race – last year’s Bahrain Grand Prix – where the appointment of an ex-driver onto the panel was trialled.
Before Michael Schumacher came to be noticed on the world stage, Alain Prost was the most successful driver in the sport’s history, amassing a total of 51 wins and four World Championship crowns.
He is a four-time winner at the Monaco Grand Prix, winning every race between 1984-6, as well as the 1988 race after McLaren team-mate Ayrton Senna crashed out of the lead.
[Image via LAT]
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