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Historique Monaco Event sees Prost and his '83 Renault Reunite

At last weekends ninth running of the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco, four-time Formula 1 World Champion Alain Prost got back behind the wheel of a racing car as he did a series of parade laps in his 1983 Renault F1 Turbo RE40 that he raced to second place in that years World Championship. Prost took the RE40 to four victories that year, but was beaten to the title by the Brabham of Nelson Piquet. He took pole position at the 1983 Monaco Grand Prix so it was apt to see the Frenchman back in the car at the legendary circuit. He entertained the crowd in the Principality with a few laps of the circuit, plus the bark of the cars 750hp Renault v6 Turbo engine. Another former Renault driver...
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