Henri Julien, the founder of AGS, has died, Saturday at the age of 84.
Julien founded AGS, a French race car brand, in 1969, at the end of his short driving career. His company made single-seaters for various series, starting with Formule France and Formule Renault.
Eventually, AGS made it to F1, where it raced between 1986 and 1991, after spells in F2 and F3000.
Drivers who competed for AGS, which has now been turned into a race school, include Yvan Capelli, Roberto Moreno and Gabriele Tarquini.