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Prost and Red Bull Unite for Silverstone’s 50th GP Celebrations

As part of the celebration of Silverstone’s 50th hosting of a Formula One Grand Prix, four-time World Champion Alain Prost will take to the track in a 2012 Renault-powered Red Bull Racing RB8, the car that won the British Grand Prix that year in the hands of Mark Webber. The most successful driver ever to race at Silverstone, Prost will participate in the commemorative parades that will take place on each day of this years British Grand Prix that runs between the 04th and 06th of July 2014. The Frenchman won at Silverstone five times in 1983, 1985, 1989, 1990 and 1993. “Silverstone has always been one of my favourite tracks and I have a lot of good memories there,” said Prost. “The...
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