Alain Prost McLAREN
1987 F1 World Champion



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DVD 1

BRAZIL 32 MINS
SAN MARINO 34 MINS
BELGIUM 34 MINS
MONACO 41 MINS

DVD 2

DETROIT U.S.A 39 MINS
FRANCE 41 MINS
GREAT BRITAIN 42 MINS

DVD 3

GERMANY 36 MINS
HUNGARY 24 MINS
AUSTRIA 35 MINS

DVD 4

ITALY 1 HOUR 29 MINS
PORTUGAL 24 MINS
SPAIN 27 MINS

DVD 5

MEXICAO 51 MINS
JAPAN 35 MINS
AUSTRALIA 35 MINS



16o Grande Premio do BrasilApril 12th 1987Brazil BrazilJacarepagua
7o Gran Premio di San MarinoMay 3rd 1987San Marino San MarinoAutodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Grand Prix de BelgiqueMay 17th 1987Belgium BelgiumCircuit National de Francorchamps
45e Grand Prix de MonacoMay 31st 1987Monaco MonacoCircuit de Monaco
United States Grand PrixJune 21st 1987USA USADetroit
Grand Prix de FranceJuly 5th 1987France FranceASA Circuit Paul Ricard, Circuit du Castellet
Shell Oils British Grand PrixJuly 12th 1987Great-Britain Great-BritainSilverstone Circuits Ltd.
Grosser Preis von DeutschlandJuly 26th 1987Germany GermanyHockenheimring
Hungarian Grand PrixAugust 9th 1987Hungary HungaryHungaroring
Grosser Preis von OsterreichAugust 16th 1987Austria AustriaOsterreichring
Gran Premio d'ItaliaSeptember 6th 1987Italy ItalyAutodromo Nazionale di Monza
Grande Premio de PortugalSeptember 20th 1987Portugal PortugalAutodromo do Estoril
Gran Premio Tio Pepe de EspanaSeptember 27th 1987Spain SpainCircuito Permanente de Jerez
Gran Premio de MexicoOctober 18th 1987Mexico MexicoAutodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
Fuji Television Japan Grand PrixNovember 1st 1987Japan JapanSuzuka International Racing Course
Foster's Australian Grand PrixNovember 15th 1987Australia AustraliaAdelaide Street Circuit

1985 Formula One season





The 1985 Formula One season was the 36th FIA Formula One World Championship season. It commenced on April 7, 1985, and ended on November 3 after sixteen races.

Contents

Season summary

The 1985 formula one season saw continued success for the McLaren-TAG team. After missing out on the championship by just half a point the previous year, Alain Prost would ultimately secure his first of four titles by a 23-point margin. The Formula One writer Koen Vergeer remarks that "it was about time, everyone knew he was the best",[citation needed] reflecting a general feeling that Prost had been unlucky to finish runner-up twice, to Nelson Piquet and Niki Lauda.

The reigning champion Lauda competed in his final season of Formula One but was unable to match Prost for results, winning just once at Zandvoort despite being close to his team-mate in terms of pace. For much of the season the points table was headed by Ferrari's Michele Alboreto, who enjoyed his best season in F1. He won the Canadian and German Grands Prix, and was on the podium eight times. Ferrari's results faded badly in the second half of the season as other emerging drivers took the fight to Prost.

Among these were Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell, both of whom scored their first victories in 1985. Lotus team manager Peter Warr had replaced Mansell with Senna going into the season, a decision which initially seemed justified when Senna took a superb win in the wet at Estoril. However Mansell fought back with Williams, and chalked up two victories near the season's end, including his famous breakthrough win at Brands Hatch. Mansell would go on to mount a serious title challenge in 1986. Perhaps the fastest combination of the year was Keke Rosberg in the other Williams, who used the powerful Honda engine to set a new lap record around Silverstone in qualifying for the British Grand Prix - becoming the first man to lap at an average speed of over 160 mph (257 km/h). He finished third in the standings after wins on the street circuits of Detroit and Adelaide, but lacked the reliability to overcome Prost.

1.5-litre turbo engines had become universal by 1985, heralding the extinction of the Ford Cosworth DFV. Between 1985 and 1986 Formula One engines would achieve the highest levels of power ever seen in the sport, before serious restrictions and their 'phasing out' began in 1987. The power output of the engines was controlled in racing conditions by means of a strict fuel limit; however in qualifying trim teams were commonly able to increase the boost of their engines for optimum power. This fuel economy was key to successful race strategy in 1985; Mansell recalls the added interest of planning his fuel use in his autobiography. It also proved costly for Ayrton Senna, who lost victory just four laps from home at Imola when he ran out of fuel. After Prost was disqualified for an underweight McLaren, victory fell to the other Lotus of Elio de Angelis.

1985 also saw a welcome return to the calendar of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. Although shortened from its dangerous 1960s form, it remained a challenge for the drivers. It also caused one of the few cancellations of Grands Prix in the sport's history, when the new all-weather track surface broke up badly during practice. Extensive repairs were needed and the race was rescheduled for later in the year; Senna was the winner, with Prost finishing on the podium again to take a big step towards his first championship.

The Dutch Grand Prix was the last Grand Prix for Stefan Bellof, who died in the World Sports Car Championship race at Spa Francorchamps in the famous Eau Rouge corner. He was the reigning world champion in this series, but decided against running for the Porsche factory team in 1985, to concentrate on formula 1, but was still driving in various WSC races for the private Brun team. Until his death Stefan Bellof was one of the rising stars in racing, being rumored to having an offer to drive for Ferrari in 1986. The summer of 1985 was remembered as the sadest weeks for German racing, as both German formula one drivers, Manfred Winkelhock and Stefan Bellof died within three weeks in WSC races.

Drivers and constructors

EntrantConstructorChassisEngineTyresNoDriverTest driver(s)
Flag of the United Kingdom Marlboro McLaren InternationalMcLarenMP4/2BTAG TTE PO1 1.5 V6TG1Flag of Austria Niki Laudan/a
Flag of the United Kingdom John Watson
2Flag of France Alain Prost
Flag of the United Kingdom Tyrrell Racing OrganisationTyrrell012Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Renault EF4B 1.5 V6T
G3/4Flag of the United Kingdom Martin Brundlen/a
Flag of Germany Stefan Bellof
4Flag of Sweden Stefan Johansson
Flag of Italy Ivan Capelli
Flag of France Philippe Streiff
Flag of the United Kingdom Canon Williams Honda TeamWilliamsFW10Honda RA164E 1.5 V6TG5Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of New Zealand Mike Thackwell
6Flag of Finland Keke Rosberg
Flag of the United Kingdom Motor Racing DevelopmentsBrabhamBT54BMW M12/13 1.5 L4TP7Flag of Brazil Nelson PiquetFlag of the United Kingdom Barry Sheene
Flag of Italy Emanuele Pirro
Flag of Italy Franco Uncini
Flag of Italy Marco Lucchinelli
Flag of the United States Willy T. Ribbs
8Flag of France François Hesnault
Flag of Switzerland Marc Surer
Flag of the United Kingdom Skoal Bandit Formula 1 TeamRAM03Hart 415T 1.5 L4TP9Flag of Germany Manfred Winkelhockn/a
9/10Flag of France Philippe Alliot
10Flag of the United Kingdom Kenny Acheson
Flag of the United Kingdom John Player Special Team LotusLotus97TRenault EF15 1.5 V6TG11Flag of Italy Elio de Angelisn/a
12Flag of Brazil Ayrton Senna
Flag of France Equipe Renault ElfRenaultRS60
RS60B
Renault EF4B 1.5 V6T
Renault EF15 1.5 V6T
G14Flag of France François Hesnaultn/a
15Flag of France Patrick Tambay
16Flag of the United Kingdom Derek Warwick
Flag of the United Kingdom Barclay Arrows BMWArrowsA8BMW M12/13 1.5 L4TG17Flag of Austria Gerhard Bergern/a
18Flag of Belgium Thierry Boutsen
Flag of the United Kingdom Toleman Group MotorsportTolemanTG185Hart 415T 1.5 L4TP19Flag of Italy Teo FabiFlag of Italy Alessandro Nannini
Flag of Italy Emanuele Pirro
Flag of Spain Luis Perez-Sala
Flag of Italy Gabriele Tarquini
Flag of Argentina Oscar Larrauri
Flag of Germany Volker Weidler
20Flag of Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani
Flag of the United Kingdom Spirit Enterprises LtdSpirit101DHart 415T 1.5 L4TP21Flag of Italy Mauro Baldin/a
Flag of Italy Benetton Team Alfa RomeoAlfa Romeo184TB
185T
Alfa Romeo 890T 1.5 V8TG22Flag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of Italy Giorgio Francia
23Flag of the United States Eddie Cheever
Flag of Italy Osella Squadra CorseOsellaFA1FAlfa Romeo 890T 1.5 V8TP24Flag of Italy Piercarlo GhinzaniFlag of Italy Giorgio Francia
Flag of the Netherlands Huub Rothengatter
Flag of France Equipe Ligier
Flag of France Equipe Ligier Gitanes
LigierJS25Renault EF4B 1.5 V6TP25Flag of Italy Andrea de CesarisFlag of France Michel Ferté
Flag of France Philippe Streiff
26Flag of France Jacques Laffite
Flag of Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFACFerrari156/85Ferrari 031 1.5 V6TG27Flag of Italy Michele AlboretoFlag of the United Kingdom Johnny Dumfries
28Flag of France René Arnoux
Flag of Sweden Stefan Johansson
Flag of Italy Minardi Team SpAMinardiM185Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Motori Moderni Tipo 615-90 1.5 V6T
P29Flag of Italy Pierluigi MartiniFlag of Italy Michele Alboreto
Flag of Germany West Zakspeed RacingZakspeed841Zakspeed 1500/4 1.5 L4TG30Flag of the United Kingdom Jonathan Palmern/a
Flag of Germany Christian Danner
Flag of the United States Team Haas (USA) LtdLolaTHL1Hart 415T 1.5 L4TG33Flag of Australia Alan Jonesn/a

Season review

Round ↓Race ↓Date ↓Location ↓Winning driver ↓Constructor ↓Report ↓
1Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixApril 7JacarepaguáFlag of France Alain ProstMcLaren-TAGReport
2Flag of Portugal Portuguese Grand PrixApril 21EstorilFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaLotus-RenaultReport
3Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixMay 5ImolaFlag of Italy Elio de AngelisLotus-RenaultReport
4Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixMay 19MonacoFlag of France Alain ProstMcLaren-TAGReport
5Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixJune 16Circuit Gilles VilleneuveFlag of Italy Michele AlboretoFerrariReport
6Flag of the United States Detroit Grand PrixJune 23DetroitFlag of Finland Keke RosbergWilliams-HondaReport
7Flag of France French Grand PrixJuly 7Paul RicardFlag of Brazil Nelson PiquetBrabham-BMWReport
8Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixJuly 21SilverstoneFlag of France Alain ProstMcLaren-TAGReport
9Flag of Germany German Grand PrixAugust 4NürburgringFlag of Italy Michele AlboretoFerrariReport
10Flag of Austria Austrian Grand PrixAugust 18ÖsterreichringFlag of France Alain ProstMcLaren-TAGReport
11Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Grand PrixAugust 25ZandvoortFlag of Austria Niki LaudaMcLaren-TAGReport
12Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixSeptember 8MonzaFlag of France Alain ProstMcLaren-TAGReport
13Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 15Spa-FrancorchampsFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaLotus-RenaultReport
14Flag of the United Kingdom European Grand PrixOctober 6Brands HatchFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellWilliams-HondaReport
15Flag of South Africa South African Grand PrixOctober 19KyalamiFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellWilliams-HondaReport
16Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixNovember 3AdelaideFlag of Finland Keke RosbergWilliams-HondaReport

1985 Constructors Championship final standings

PlaceConstructorChassisEngineTyrePointsWinsPodiumsPoles
1Flag of the United Kingdom McLaren-TAGMP4/2BTAG Porsche P01G906122
2Flag of Italy Ferrari156/85Ferrari 031G822101
3Flag of the United Kingdom Williams-HondaFW10
FW10B
Honda RA163EG71483
4Flag of the United Kingdom Lotus-Renault97TRenault EF4B
Renault EF15
G71398
5Flag of the United Kingdom Brabham-BMWBT54BMW M12/13P26121
6Flag of France Ligier-RenaultJS25Renault EF4BP23
4
7Flag of France RenaultRE60
RE60B
Renault EF4B
Renault EF15
G16
2
8Flag of the United Kingdom Arrows-BMWA8BMW M12/13G14
1
9Flag of the United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford012Ford DFVG4


10Flag of the United Kingdom Tyrrell-Renault014Renault EF4B
Renault EF15
G3


11Flag of Italy Minardi-Motori ModerniM85BMotori Moderni Tipo 615-90P



12Flag of Italy Alfa Romeo184T
185T
Alfa Romeo 890TG



13Flag of the United Kingdom RAM-Hart03Hart 415TP



14Flag of Italy Osella-Alfa RomeoFA1F
FA1G
Alfa Romeo 890TP



15Flag of the United Kingdom Toleman-HartTG185Hart 415TP


1
16Flag of the United Kingdom Spirit-Hart101DHart 415TP



17Flag of the United Kingdom Lola-HartTHL1Hart 415TG



18Flag of Italy Minardi-FordM85Ford DFVP



19Flag of Germany Zakspeed841Zakspeed 1500/4G



1985 Drivers Championship final standings

PosDriverBRA
Flag of Brazil
POR
Flag of Portugal
SMR
Flag of San Marino
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
DET
Flag of the United States
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
AUT
Flag of Austria
NED
Flag of the Netherlands
ITA
Flag of Italy
BEL
Flag of Belgium
EUR
Flag of the United Kingdom
RSA
Flag of South Africa
AUS
Flag of Australia
Points[1]
1Flag of France Alain Prost1RetDSQ13Ret312121343Ret73 (76)
2Flag of Italy Michele Alboreto22Ret213Ret213413RetRetRetRet53
3Flag of Finland Keke RosbergRetRetRet8412Ret12RetRetRet432140
4Flag of Brazil Ayrton SennaRet17Ret16RetRet10Ret23312RetRet38
5Flag of Italy Elio de Angelis3413555NCRet556Ret5RetDSQ33
6Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellRet5576RetDNSRet6Ret611211Ret31
7Flag of Sweden Stefan Johansson786Ret224Ret94Ret5RetRet4526
8Flag of Brazil Nelson PiquetRetRet8RetRet614RetRet825RetRetRet21
9Flag of France Jacques Laffite6RetRet6812Ret33RetRetRet11Ret
216
10Flag of Austria Niki LaudaRetRet4RetRetRetRetRet5Ret1Ret

RetRet14
11Flag of Belgium Thierry Boutsen11Ret29979Ret48Ret91066Ret11
12Flag of France Patrick Tambay533Ret7Ret6RetRet10Ret7Ret12
Ret11
13Flag of Switzerland Marc Surer



15886Ret6104813RetRet5
14Flag of the United Kingdom Derek Warwick107105RetRet75RetRetRetRet6Ret
Ret5
15Flag of France Philippe Streiff










1098Ret34
16Flag of Germany Stefan Bellof
6RetDNQ114131187Ret




4
17Flag of Italy Andrea de CesarisRetRetRet41410RetRetRetRetRet




3
18Flag of Italy Ivan Capelli












Ret
43
19Flag of France René Arnoux4














3
20Flag of Austria Gerhard BergerRetRetRetRet1311Ret87Ret9Ret710563
NCFlag of the United Kingdom Martin Brundle8Ret91012RetRet710DNQ7813Ret7Ret0
NCFlag of the Netherlands Huub Rothengatter







Ret9NCRetNC
Ret70
NCFlag of the United Kingdom John Watson












7

0
NCFlag of Italy Pierluigi MartiniRetRetRet
RetRetRetRet11RetRetRet12RetRet80
NCFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseRetRetRetRet10Ret119RetRetRetRetRet9RetRet0
NCFlag of the United States Eddie CheeverRetRetRetRet17910RetRetRetRetRetRet11RetRet0
NCFlag of Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani129NCDNQRetRet15Ret
DNSRetDNSRetRetRetRet0
NCFlag of France Philippe Alliot9RetRetDNQRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRet

0
NCFlag of the United Kingdom Jonathan Palmer
RetRet11

RetRetRetRetRet




0
NCFlag of Germany Manfred Winkelhock13NCRetDNQRetRet12RetRet






0
NCFlag of Italy Teo Fabi


RetRetRet14RetRetRetRet12RetRetRetRet0
NCFlag of France François HesnaultRetRetRetDNQ



Ret






0
NCFlag of Australia Alan Jones










Ret
RetDNSRet0
NCFlag of Italy Mauro BaldiRetRetRet












0
NCFlag of Germany Christian Danner











RetRet

0
NCFlag of the United Kingdom Kenny Acheson








Ret





0
PosDriverBRA
Flag of Brazil
POR
Flag of Portugal
SMR
Flag of San Marino
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
DET
Flag of the United States
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
AUT
Flag of Austria
NED
Flag of the Netherlands
ITA
Flag of Italy
BEL
Flag of Belgium
EUR
Flag of the United Kingdom
RSA
Flag of South Africa
AUS
Flag of Australia
Points
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrew entry before the event (WD)
PlaceDriverNumberPoints[1]WinsPodiumsPoles
1Flag of France Alain Prost273 (76)5112
2Flag of Italy Michele Alboreto2753281
3Flag of Finland Keke Rosberg640252
4Flag of Brazil Ayrton Senna1238267
5Flag of Italy Elio de Angelis1133131
6Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel Mansell531231
7Flag of Sweden Stefan Johansson2826
2
8Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet721121
9Flag of France Jacques Laffite2616
3
10Flag of Austria Niki Lauda11411
11Flag of Belgium Thierry Boutsen1811
1
12Flag of France Patrick Tambay1511
2
13Flag of Switzerland Marc Surer85


14Flag of the United Kingdom Derek Warwick165


15Flag of France Philippe Streiff254
1
16Flag of Germany Stefan Bellof44


17Flag of Italy Andrea de Cesaris253


18Flag of Italy Ivan Capelli43


19Flag of France René Arnoux283


20Flag of Austria Gerhard Berger173





   
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