Former World Champion Alan Jones will return to the FIA Stewards’ panel for this weekend’s Indian Grand Prix, taking on the rotating role of the drivers’ representative as Formula 1 visits the Buddh International Circuit for the second time.
The no-nonsense Australian has previously taken up the post at last year’s Japanese and Korean Grands Prix.
A tough and combative racer, Jones started a total of 116 Grands Prix with the likes of Hesketh, Surtees, Shadow, Williams, Arrows and Lola, claiming twelve race wins and the 1980 World Championship title in a close battle with Brabham’s Nelson Piquet.
After attempting an unsuccessful F1 comeback between 1985-6, Jones took to endurance racing and touring cars before hanging up his helmet in the 1990s.
Today, Alan works as a brand ambassador for Lexus along with fronting his own Speed Jewellery line for men, and he’s a regular visitor to the Australian Grand Prix paddock each year.
If you haven’t already done so, you can read our exclusive interview with Alan on our website by clicking on the interview banner below:
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|1975-81, 1983, 1985-6
Williams’ first World Champion, a no-nonsense Aussie who was tough, brave and outspoken
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