Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives (AGS) was a small French racecar constructor founded by ex-racing driver and mechanic Henri Julien in Gonfaron in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France. AGS raced in smaller formulas since 1969, and progressed to F1 in 1986. Team’s first F1 car, JH21C, was designed by Christian Vanderpleyn and Michel Costa and entered into two races of the 1986 Formula One season, in Italy and Portugal, driven by Italian Ivan Capelli. In both races Capelli qualified 25th and retired – suffering a puncture at Monza after 31 laps, and a gearbox failure at Estoril after six laps.
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