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He was in charge of the engine programme. The email he sent to me is published within the article. Note 2: I made contact with Charles Nickerson about the Phoenix Grand Prix team.
However he was unwilling to co-operate to allow the article to be completed. After a short exchange he stopped answering my emails. Note 3: The team was present at several race weekends.
However there are no pictures of team members or the car of the Phoenix Grand Prix team. Prost Grand Prix found themselves in serious financial trouble during the F1 season.
With a poorly developed car, the AP03, Prost failed to score a single point all year, despite employing two very capable drivers in Jean Alesi and Nick Heidfeld.
Peugeot, having produced the unreliable A20 engine which hampered the team even further, decided to scrap their engine program after seven years in the sport leaving the team without an engine supply for the following year.
But despite these major setbacks, the Prost team managed to survive during the winter of and into The new AP04 was a good car which showed potential, but financial problems continued to hang over the team and over the course of five different drivers would occupy a Prost car at one point or another.
Alain Prost stated at the time that the team was preparing as normal for and that it would appear on the grid in Melbourne.
Just before the season started Prost Grand Prix was liquidated. Behind this deal was Tom Walkinshaw, at that time the owner of Arrows, a Formula One team that was also struggling financially.
Tom had an impressive career in team management both from within and outside of Formula One and it seemed that he could deal with two teams.
During the off-season Prost had already started designing their new AP05 car, with pictures of their wind tunnel model leaked on the internet.
The design looked promising. In a conversation on Twitter he confirmed to me that he would have been the first driver for the team.
But perhaps the most interesting name linked to the team was that of Jos Verstappen. Jos had a contract with Arrows for the season, but Tom Walkinshaw had dumped him in favour of Heinz-Harald Frentzen.
Placing him at Phoenix might have been conceived as an idea to placate an understandably angry Verstappen, and avoid a lengthy and costly court case.
It quickly became clear that the team would not race at the first Grand Prix of in Australia. Bernie Ecclestone explained that Phoenix had only bought the assets of the folded Prost GP team, and not the entry rights.
In addition, the purchase had not been completed with adequate time to allow the team to be present in Melbourne. Nevertheless, two nosecones were submitted to the scrutineers at the event, but they were rejected.
At the next race in Malaysia, Phoenix Grand Prix did show up though. It is rumoured that the team were to enter the Grand Prix, but without an up-to-date car.
Would they be allowed to drive? The answer would come quickly. The team, consisting of approximately 50 personnel including the drivers and engineers, and two AP04B cars, were prevented from entering the Sepang paddock.
While there are no photos of the Phoenix AP04B, there is some information available concerning the details of the car:.
Chassis: The car was named the Phoenix Grand Prix AP04B — this was basically the Prost AP04 from , however the car had the rear end of the Arrows AX3 Seater — this was the 3-seater car Arrows had designed a couple of years earlier.
Rumors suggested that Chassis 3 was actually a Prost AP05 car but it is impossible to have this confirmed. Chassis 01 was a Prost AP04B.
The cars appeared to be painted blue with no sponsor colours or logos. Engine: The engine is a tricky one to define — the engines also came from the Arrows AX3 Seater, and were labeled as the Arrows T2-F1 V These engines had been used by Arrows in their F1 cars in and , originating from a design by Brian Hart whose engine company was bought by Walkinshaw and merged into Arrows in the middle of Rbm Agricultural Ltd 7.
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Thursday Th. Friday Fr. Monday Mo. Tuesday Tu. You are right, TW is probably wanting to dump ARROWS i heard debt is high and then end up owning this new whatever-you-wanna-call-it team.
I suspect the Concorde Agreement doesn't allow controlling ownership of two teams at once. This might seem like an odd statement because Paul was bidding for it too but remember he said he was only bidding to keep others from forming a 12th team so basicly he was gonna buy it and then just perhaps use the "intellectual property" to enhance their cars.
On the other hand not much they could use from that piece of crap Prost chassis. Posted 01 March - Originally posted by Megatron If its the Alf I am thinking of alien from the 80s TV show , then he might be in line for a drive.
He might have problems with dehydration in some races like Malaysia, Brasil and Hungary Posted 01 March - Curious - the article says he's a British Businessman, and yet Bloomberg have no profile on him.
Posted 01 March - He is in the poultry industry. Posted 01 March - Originally posted by Garagiste Curious - the article says he's a British Businessman, and yet Bloomberg have no profile on him.
The first guy Tom found who could buy the assets for him until he can dump arrows. At least ALF is small enough to fit in an F1 car.
Posted 01 March - Atlas F1 news Prost Liquidator Reveals Purchaser's Name Friday March 1st, Cosme Rogeau, the court appointed liquidator of the Prost Grand Prix team, has issued a statement to clarify the deadline set for buyout offers of the French squad following reports that an undisclosed buyer had purchased the Formula One team who were put into liquidation on January 28th.
Rogeau has clarified that the buyout took place before the established deadline imposed by the FIA's regulations and so the team will be able to compete in this year's Championship if they are able to complete their line-up.
Rogeau also confirmed that, as Atlas F1 had reported earlier today, the purchaser of the team's cars and their intellectual property rights, is British businessman Charles Nickerson through the company Phoenix Finance Ltd.
The statement clarified that the offer taken by Nickerson included the following: 1. He also indicated that the working plant elements will be auctioned in the coming weeks, in accordance with the order of the "Juge Commissaire" edicted on February 19th The name "Prost Grand Prix" was not included in the assignment.
Finally, he also said that he is still looking for a purchaser of the Guyancourt facilities and the Magny-Cours wind tunnel.
Posted 01 March - Bloomberg draws a blank for Phoenix Group too, and it's normally very good. I'm wondering how long the group has existed? Posted 01 March - Weren't Phoenix one of the bidders for MG- Rover when BMW sold them off?
Posted 01 March - Well he be able to compete this year or that is out of the question because Prost GP will not be at Melbourne?
Posted 01 March - He's probably the guy who mows TW's grass. Posted 01 March - Originally posted by Eli He is in the poultry industry.
No, it's not a joke Kenny Rogers might have something to say about that. And poor old Colonel Sanders isn't even around to defend his throne.
No, it's not a joke Will the new F-1 team be sponsored by the movie Chicken Run? Posted 01 March - I found a web page for Phoenix Group.
This sounds realy strange, I dont like it. No, it's not a joke "King of Chicken" would look good on the sidepods of the car after they relaunch the team!!
Posted 01 March - Maybe they could craft the airintake on the top to look like a rooster's comb, have the front of the car shaped like a beak, and then have the rest of the car covered in feathers and chicken-coloured paint.
Now that would be cool. Posted 01 March - Who knows, maybe they'll run white feather livery with a honking big yellow beak as the nose!
Posted 01 March - This is my big break! Posted 01 March - Originally posted by Viktor I found a web page for Phoenix Group.
This website is for an American company, so I doubt it's the one we are talking about