|Born||27 August 1909|
|Died||28 February 2001(aged 91)|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|First race||1950 French Grand Prix|
|Last race||1950 French Grand Prix|
Born Carlo Alberto Pozzi in Paris, France of Italian parentage, he became known as Charles, the French translation of his name. He was working as an automobile broker and his career as a racing driver only began when he was already 37 years old. Later in life, as the official French importer of Ferrari and Maserati automobiles, his name was to appear on many racing cars.
In 1946, he competed, with his Delahaye 135CS, in several races including the Grand Prix of Bourgogne - Dijon where he finished at the 4th position and the Le Mans Grand Prix, raced on the Nantes race track this year, where he finished in 5th position, driving a Delahaye.
|Pre War||apr.-46||5th Grand Prix de Nice||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135S||8|
|Pre War||may-46||1st Grand Prix du Forez||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||7|
|Pre War||June-46||1st Coupe René le Bègue||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||11|
|Pre War||July-46||2nd Grand Prix de Bourgogne - Dijon||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||4|
|Pre War||July-46||1st Prix des 24 heures du Mans - Nantes||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||5|
|Pre War||aug.-46||1st Circuit des Trois Villes - Roubaix||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||7|
|Pre War||febr.-47||Stockholm Grand Prix||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||5|
|Pre War||June-47||3rd Grand Prix de Nîmes||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||5|
|Pre War||July-47||16th Grand Prix de la Marne - Reims||Ecurie France||Delahaye 135CS||7|
|Formula 2||July-47||9th Grand Prix d´Albi||Private||Delahaye 135CS||3|
|Pre War||July-47||1st Grand Prix de la Ville de Nice||Private||Delahaye 135CS||5|
|Pre War||aug.-47||2nd Grand Prix d´Alsace||Private||Talbot-Lago T150C Spéciale||5|
|Pre War||sept.-47||18th Gran Premio d´Italia||Private||Delahaye 135CS||7|
|Pre War||sept.-47||34th Grand Prix de l´ACF||Private||Delahaye 135CS||5|
|Pre War||nov.-47||4th Coupe du Salon||Private||Delahaye 135CS||3|
|Pre War||mar.-48||8th Grand Prix Automobile de Pau||Private||Talbot-Lago T150C||4|
|Pre War||may-48||2nd Grand Prix de Paris||Ecurie Lutetia||Delahaye 135S||11|
|Pre War||July-48||8th Grand Prix de Suisse||Private||Talbot-Lago T26SS||7|
|Pre War||July-48||35th Grand Prix de l´ACF||Private||Talbot-Lago T26SS||10|
|Pre War||aug.-49||15th Grand Prix de voitures de sport de
l´ACF - Comminges
|Private||Delahaye 4.5-litre six||1|
|Pre War||oct.-49||6th Coupe du Salon||Private||Delahaye 135CS||4|
|Formula 1||July-50||37th Grand Prix de l´ACF||Ecurie Charles Pozzi||Talbot-Lago T26C||6|
|Sports Car||June-53||21st Grand Prix des 24 heures du Mans||Automobiles Talbot Darracq||Talbot-Lago T26GS||8|
Note: 35th Grand Prix de L'ACF results shared with Louis Rosier as co-driver
After his retirement from racing, he founded Charles Pozzi S.A., the official importer of Ferrari and Maserati motor vehicles in France. In 2003, the company was acquired by the Ferrari company.
Pozzi died in 2001 in Levallois-Perret, a suburb in western Paris.
|1950||Ecurie Rosier||Talbot-Lago T26C||Talbot Straight-6||GBR
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