Join us at the final race of the 2019 season for your opportunity to meet 4-time Formula 1 World Champion, Alain Prost! "The Professor" will be making a special guest appearance in the Champions Club Trackside Terrace at Yas Marina Circuit during the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The French legend, who recently joined the board of directors at the Renault F1 Team, is a regular in the Formula 1 Paddock. With over 40 years of experience at the highest level of motorsport, our Q&A with Prost is sure to be enlightening. He will also be available to sign autographs and pose for photographs with our Champions Club guests.
Secure your Champions Club Platinum Ticket Package at Yas Marina Circuit for your chance to meet Alain Prost. Watch the action at the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the trackside terrace, complete with awesome panoramic views of the circuit and VIP hospitality, including gourmet meals and open bars serving a range of premium beverages. Additional benefits of the Champions Club include a guided tour of the Formula 1 Paddock and full access to the A-list concerts at Du Arena; The Killers and Travis Scott are already confirmed as headliners for 2019.
Alain Prost Biography
Aptly nicknamed “The Professor” due to his cerebral approach to racing, Alain Prost is one of the greatest drivers to have raced in Formula 1. A winner of four World Championships (1985, 1986, 1989 and 1993), Prost made winning races look easy. In a career that was embroiled (on occasions acrimoniously) in a long-standing battle with Ayrton Senna, Prost won 51 races.
Prost’s first win came in a French car, for Renault at the 1981 French Grand Prix. After claiming nine victories in his first three seasons with Renault, Prost moved to McLaren in 1984 in a moved which proved fruitful. In his six seasons with McLaren, Prost won 30 races, three driving titles and was runner-up twice. In 1988, Prost contributed seven wins to McLaren-Honda's one-sided season total of 15 victories from 16 races. However, his brilliant new teammate Ayrton Senna won eight races and the driver’s crown. From here, the sensational rivalry that conspired to push two of the sport's greatest drivers to unprecedented heights of success and controversy began.
Prost claimed a further title in 1989 at Suzuka before joining Ferrari ahead of the 1990 season. Following a sabbatical in 1992, Prost re-joined the Formula 1 grid with Williams-Renault, where he won his fourth and final driver's title in 1993. Following his retirement from driving, Prost ran his own F1 team, Prost Grand Prix, from 1997 to 2001, and more recently was also involved in running the e.dams Formula E team. He has also been associated with the works Renault Formula 1 team as an ambassador and advisor since it returned to the sport in 2016, and was recently appointed as a non-executive director of Renault F1.