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Is Red Bull Racing the new Benetton F1 team ?

Is Red Bull Racing the new Benetton is perhaps an misleading title, as Benetton operated in an era were many technological advantages were made, were sometimes more than 20 teams tried to attempt for an Grand Prix, and when Formula one cars were still beautiful. No I refer to is the amount off driver switches the team made last few years in mid-season. Perhaps the title should be “Red Bull
Prost Grand Prix
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Prost Grand Prix ‘s original plan to debut in 1995/96

In early 1997, Alain Prost purchased the Ligier team from Flavio Briatore and even before the start of the season changed the name to Prost Grand Prix. For 1998, the team announced their exclusive contract with Peugeot to deliver them engines. For 1997 Prost Grand Prix drove with the planned Mugen-Honda engine and uses the JS45 designed by Loïc Bigois. However, did you know already in 1989 Alain Prost was
Mansell
F1 1994

Mansell’s comeback in 1994

Nigel Mansell won the 1992 F1 world championship comfortably before announcing his shocking switch to American Indy car racing for the following year. He had become fed up with protracted contract renewal negotiations so departed his beloved Williams and F1 on sour terms. Given these circumstances, it makes Mansell’s return to both for 1994 all the more remarkable. The newest blog from Ibrar Malik. The upcoming book provides more detail,
Michelin
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Michelin is interested in a comeback per 2020

Michelin announced today that they are evaluating an eventually return in the Formula One as supplier per 2020. They are not the first to show their interest, Hankook did it, but to be honest Michelin is one more likely to be a serious candidate. Michelin is familiar with the Formula One. The company was a tyre supplier before during the first Turbo era between 1977 and 1984. Later in 2001