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Four Times Formula 1 World Champion, Alain Prost, Guest of Honour at JEC Asia 2014

21 October 2014

JEC Group will be welcoming four times Formula 1 Champion, Alain Prost, as Guest of Honour, to JEC Asia this year for its 7th session, with a day focused on automotive.

JEC explains, composite materials are used extensively in extreme applications such as motor sports, because they make it possible to build lighter, faster, and safer high-performance vehicles. During JEC Asia, Wednesday November 19 will be dedicated to automotive composites all day long, with an I.C.S. (Innovative Composites Summit) Conference on “Carbon: Challenges, Solutions and Opportunities,” and highlighted by the presence of Alain Prost. “In support of this session, for which Singapore is our country of honour, we wanted to bring in a renowned guest to meet the Asian market: Alain Prost, four times Formula 1 World Champion,” said Ms Frédérique Mutel, JEC Group President & CEO.





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