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Nicolas Prost

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Nicolas Jean Prost (born 18 August 1981, Saint-Chamond, France) is a racing driver currently racing for A1 Team France in the A1 Grand Prix series, and for ELK Motorsport in the Euroseries 3000, which he won in 2008.


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.

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.

In 2009, he is participating in the European Le Mans Series for Speedy Racing Team Sebah alongside Marcel Fässler and Andrea Belicchi.


Motor racing record

Season Series Team Name Races Poles Wins Points Final Placing
2004 French Formula Renault Playstation Junior Team Oreca 14 0 0 22 18th
German Formula Renault Playstation Junior Team Oreca 2 0 0 5 40th
2005 French Formula Renault Graff Racing 16 0 0 43 10th
Formula Renault Eurocup Graff Racing 4 0 0 0 N/C
World Series by Renault DAMS 2 0 0 0 N/C
2006 Spanish Formula Three Racing Engineering 16 0 1 83 4th
2007 Spanish Formula Three Campos Racing 16 1 2 102 3rd
2008 Euroseries 3000 ELK Motorsport 10 2 1 60 1st
2009 A1 GP A1 Team France 5 0 0 41 5th*

* Season in progress.


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