|Guy Mairesse at the 1951 French Grand Prix.|
1915Carlos Alberto Menditéguy was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Argentinean competed in Formula One between 1953 and 1960 making 10 grand prix appearances and claiming one podium finish. Menditéguy died in 1973 at the age of 57. Menditéguy was also an accomplished polp player, reaching the highest possible handicap of 10.
1986Alain Prost made the 100th grand prix start of his distinguished career at the Hungarian Grand Prix but it was not to be a happy outing for the Frenchman, who retired on lap 23. Nelson Piquet went on to win the race from Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell in a result that meant result meant there were four men covered by just 11 points in the world championship race: Mansell, Senna, Piquet and Prost.
|Damon Hill congratulates Jacques Villeneuve after just missing out on victory.|
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