To mark its second year as the official timekeeper of the Goodwood Festival of Speed (28 June – 1 July), TAG Heuer is staging a photographic exhibition dedicated to the French racing driver, Alain Prost.
Prost, whose career in Formula 1 resulted in 51 victories, 33 pole positions and 106 podium finishes between 1980 and 1993, became closely associated with TAG Heuer early in his F1 days driving for the TAG-sponsored McLaren team – with which he secured three of his four World Championship victories.
In addition to Alain Prost’s attendance, look out at Goodwood this year for familiar F1 faces such as Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber, Nico Rosberg, Bruno Senna, Sir Jackie Stewart, Martin Brundle, Murray Walker, Sir Frank Williams, Ron Dennis, Patrick Head, Ross Brawn, Christian Horner and Adrian Newey, all of whom have attended the Festival in recent years, with most expected to return this year. Current F1 teams expected to appear this year include McLaren, Lotus, Ferrari, Mercedes, Williams, Caterham, plus reigning Constructers World Champions Red Bull Racing.
It’s “Proust”, not “Prost”. Seriously.