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Who was a better driver Prost or Senna?

Who was a better driver Prost or Senna?

Another study from the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports also concluded that Prost was better than Senna, with the top 5 greatest F1 drivers of all-time being Prost, Clark, Senna, and Alonso (Bell, Smith, Sabel, & Jones, 2016).

Why is Senna more popular than Prost?

Because Senna was faster than Prost. As teammates, Senna and Prost won 25 of 32 races over the 1988 and 1989 seasons, signifying the pure dominance the drivers had over the competing field and other manufacturers. Senna had 14 victories and 26 pole positions whilst Prost had 11 victories and 4 pole positions.

Who won Suzuka 1989?

It was the 15th and penultimate round of the 1989 Formula One season. The 53-lap race was won by Alessandro Nannini for the Benetton team, from a sixth position start….

1989 Japanese Grand Prix
Driver Alain Prost McLaren-Honda
Time 1:43.506 on lap 43
First Alessandro Nannini Benetton-Ford

Did Senna deliberately crash into Prost?

The collision immediately put both cars out of the race and secured Senna his second World Championship, a reversal of fortunes from the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix, where the collision had secured the championship for Prost….Qualifying classification.

No 4
Driver Jean Alesi
Constructor Tyrrell-Ford
Q1 1:40.052
Q2 no time

Who was faster Senna or Schumacher?

According to the statistics, Senna was 0.114 seconds faster than Schumacher. Schumacher won a record seven world championships, while Senna won three.

Why did Senna lose 1989?

Senna was disqualified after the race for failing to go through the chicane while re-entering the track after the incident. The decision handed Alessandro Nannini the race win, and Prost the championship victory.

Who was the fastest F1 driver of all time?

By driver

Rank Driver Fastest laps
1 Michael Schumacher 77
2 Lewis Hamilton 59
3 Kimi Räikkönen 46
4 Alain Prost 41

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