JANUARY 5, 2002
Two serious offers for Prost Grand Prix?
THE protest by Prost employees at the French Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry drew attention to the team's plight - as it was intended to do. The Prost men said that they had little hope of any government assistance for the team but said that they hoped that the publicity would attract a big French company to rescue the team.
One of the Prost men Franck Doyen told the media that the team has two serious offers but he did not give any details.
Our spies in Australia say that the organizers of the opening round of the World Championship in March have been told not to expect 24 cars...
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