Prost GP Series

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Prost Grand Prix Series
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Category Single-make open-wheeler
Country/Region Worldwide
Founder(s) Marcus Kun
Inaugural Season 2001
Drivers 22
Teams 12
Engine Suppliers Peugeot
Tyre Suppliers Bridgestone
Records
Current Driver's Champion Flag of France svg.png Frédéric-Maxime Voeckler
Current Team's Champion Flag of France svg.png Alstom Grand Prix Engineering
Records N/A
Motorsport current event.svg.png 2001 Prost GP season


The Prost Grand Prix Series was a single-make racing series where all drivers raced in the Prost AP03; one of the most unreliable, slow and yet good looking Grand Prix cars of the 21st century.

The series lasted only one year before it's owner Marcus Kun bought CART and merged the two series.

















Prost AP03
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Category Prost GP
Constructor Prost
Designer Alan Jenkins
Loïc Bigois
John Barnard
Predecessor Prost AP02
Successor Prost AP04
Chassis Moulded carbon fibre composite structure
Engine Peugeot A20, 72-degree V10
Transmission Prost/Xtrac seven-speed longitudinal semi-automatic
Fuel Total
Tyres Bridgestone
Competition History
Notable Entrants All Prost GP Teams
Notable Drivers All Prost GP Drivers
Debut Prost Grand Prix of Australia
Races 19
Wins N/A
Podiums {{{Podiums}}}
Poles N/A
Fastest Laps N/A
Constructors' Championships N/A
Drivers' Championships N/A
Best Finish N/A