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"[In 2014] the best combination of chassis and engine will have the best result."
"For the past few seasons, I have never said 'It would be nice to be driving now', but for 2014, I really would like to be," added Prost.
The Frenchman earned four Formula 1 Championship crowns ('85, '86, '89 & '93) and 51 victories during his career.