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PROSTPension Reform Options Simulation Toolkit (World Bank; Washington, DC; simulation software)
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This fight is a little bit like the one I had with Ayrton, especially in 1988," admitted Prost.
Prost told BBC One's Inside Sport programme last night.
Stoddart, whose team stand to gain millions of pounds in television money under the sport's governing Concorde Agreement, claimed the deadline had now passed for anyone to revive the team led by four-time world champion Alain Prost.
But in an exclusive interview with Gulf News, four-time F1 world champion Prost insisted he had not got involved in the new venture to fuel his own ego, and spoke passionately about motorsport's new kid on the track as a vehicle for developing electrical technology.
A statement read: "Having examined the judgement of the Tribunal de Commerce de Versailles, the FIA's advisers have noted that the court has not transferred Prost Grand Prix itself nor made any attempt to transfer the Prost Grand Prix entry in the 2002 Formula 1 World Championship, either to Phoenix Finance Limited or to Mr Nickerson.
record Prost has more qualifications than any man alive - except Michael Schumacher - to reflect on the state of modern F1.
The FIA said: "Having examined the judgement of the Tribunal De Commerce De Versailles (the court which declared Prost bankrupt) FIA advisors have noted that the court has not transferred Prost Grand Prix itself or made any attempt to transfer the Prost Grand Prix entry into the 2002 Formula One World Championship, either to Phoenix Finance Limited or to Mr Nickerson.
Last-ditch moves to save the bankrupt Prost outfit failed, leaving only 11 of the entered 12 teams on parade at today's Australian Grand Prix.
But Minardi boss Paul Stoddart, who lost out in the bid for Prost, claimed Walkinshaw was the buyer and has vowed to take the matter to the courts, insisting it is against the secret Concorde Agreement which governs the sport.
FORMULA One's elite have been told to agree to an urgent redistribution of funds or risk seeing other teams join Prost on the grand prix scrapheap.
Abu Dhabi: It's been 20 years since his great rival, Ayrton Senna, perished after a crash at the San Marino Grand Prix -- but memories of the Brazilian continue to stalk Alain Prost as relentlessly as his former foe used to pursue him on the track.