The Prostist Page
Made in Summer'95, it was meant to be there for personal satisfaction
and my friends' reference. The content of the current page mainly
originates from this one. The counter counted 2500 visits from mid
October, 95 to end of June, 96. The page looked too primitive as web
technology grew fast, and a new page came.
Born on July 1, 96, it was meant to be a meeting point for fans of Alain
Prost. Added was a navigation bar and there was a new front page. The
counter counted 6300 visits from July 1, 96 to March 3, 97. With this
popularity I felt the necessity for a web site which looked more
professional. And here I present to you:
Alain Prost Grand Prix HomePage
Being an "experienced" web surfer, I understand what you
want, and what you don't want, from a web page.
The Alain Prost Grand Prix Homepage is a result of careful research and
thoughtful consideration. It loads fast. It looks good in any horizontal
resolution bigger than 640. It is text-based with the optimum
amount of graphics. The pages are well organized and you won't get lost.
April 21, 02 - Chinese version available!
August 1, 04 - Moved to www.alainprost.net/hk, server donated by Oskar Schuler of ProstFan.com!
Professor Tips (where you are now)
A warm welcome + a brief but helpful introduction to this wonderful
cyberspace collection of Alain Prost.
What's new and links to specials.
Show some of the Prost-related items I've collected.
Fans Contact Point
Prost's fans from more than 30 countries have written to me!
Personal Profile of Alain Prost
Racing statistics of Alain Prost, in chronological order
How Prost performed on EACH INDIVIDUAL track
See Prost in karts, F3 cars, and ALL F1 cars he has raced in.
All you need to know about the team.
Who is Alain Prost?
Believe it or not, someone did ask me this question! In case you too
are wondering who this man with a crooked nose is, let me tell you,
he is the most successful driver ever in history. He is
a four-time F1 World Champion (and damn near other four times!). He won
51 Grands Prix, made 41 fastest laps and gained 798.5
championship points. All are records unbroken for 8 years
after Prost's retirement.
He's called the Professor thanks to his unique driving style.
He drives with his head. He never pushes over the limit but gets the very
best out of his car. He promotes sport safety. (He did it long before
tragedies happened, when the ignorant called him coward...) For 5 years
from 1997 to 2001 he ran his own F1 team in his own name.
He's the Professor, no less.