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Prost: I'm not looking for a job but I'm open to listen

Alain Prost says he is not actively hunting for a job in Formula 1 but admits he would not mind staying in the paddock if the right offer came along. At the same time he also admits that so far, apart from a couple of calls, no one is pounding down his door to secure his services. Prost, a four-time F1 World Champion and living legend was one of several made redundant by the team that was once Renault, still is at heart, although now skinned with the blue of Alpine – the French giant's vanity project. Although Prost was never World Champion driving for Renault but came close in 1983 before he moved to McLaren. However, in his final season, the Frenchman was 1993 F1 World Champion...
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