Points per race:
P 4 (and 4 times runner up)
One point of interest you may like to know is that if the points scoring system as it is today was like this since 1950 Alain would have not only won the most races but also the most Championships with 6. He would have won in 1984 (the points would be even between him and Niki but Alain won more races) and he would have also won in 1988 (due to the fact that the stupid "best 11 finishes" rule has been abolished) His 105 points in 1988 would also be 112 - a record if done under today's points system. Alain Prost World Champion 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1993 - Champion of Champions.
Senna only won a WDC when he had the best car, the McLaren. Alain won in 86 although the best car was the Williams.
And for those whom start yelling about fastest laps:
Although Senna (65) had more poles but Alain (33) often opted for a different race set up which made him go from mid field and win.
Prost had 86 front rows. He also had the record for races led in a season 15 until jaws eclipsed it in 2004.
BTW this was compiled by a info from a page by a Prost fanatic and might present itself as slightly biased, but I think he has some valid points with regards to the 6 WDC's.
Edited by Ctrl300, 07 May 2006 - 09:19 AM.