Alain de Changy

Alain Carpentier de Changy ( born February 5, 1922 in Brussels; † August 5, 1994 in Etterbeek ) was a Belgian racing driver.

De Changy was in the 1950s, a well-known sports car pilot, was launched primarily for the Belgian Equipe Nationale Belge. In 1956 he was a partner of Lucien Bianchi its debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and scored 1958 with the sixth overall his best result in this long-distance race.

In 1959 he failed in an attempt to qualify for a World Cup race of the Formula 1. The Equipe Nationale Belge had asked him for the Monaco Grand Prix, a Cooper T51 available, but the 20th place in training was not enough to take part in the race can.

According to an eleventh rank in Pau - his best placing in a single-seater race - he finished the end of 1959 his racing career.

Le Mans results

  • Racers (Belgium )
  • Drivers in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • Born in 1922
  • Died in 1994
  • Man
  • World Sports Car Championship racer
  • Belgian
  • Athletes ( Brussels)