Alain Prost won the French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard in his Renault, won from his pole position in a time of 1:34:13


Sunday 17th April 1983

Alain Prost won the French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard in his Renault, won from his pole position in a time of 1:34:13. He also set fastest lap of the race. From his sixth place starting position, Nelson Piquet in his Brabham was second 29.7 seconds behind and outside pole man, Eddie Cheever in the other Renault was third, 11 seconds later. Keke Rosberg had a very good drive from his 16th spot to finish 5th behind Patrick Tambay who also had a fine drive from 11th spot on the grid. Jacques Laffite was sixth starting all the way back in 19th.


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