Motor racing driver. Divo was born in Paris and in 1922 competed in the International Tourist Trophy endurance races on the Isle of Man. He scored his first important victory winning the 1923 Sitges Grand Prix in Spain driving a Sunbeam. By 1924 he was driving a Delage and finished 2nd behind Giuseppe Campari in the European GP at Lyon. In 1925 he won two GPs for Delage, the French GP at Montlhery, and the Spanish GP at Circuito Lasarte. In 1927 he finished 3rd in the British GP at Brooklands. He also won the prestigious Targa Florio races in 1928 and 1929 in a Bugatti Type 35. After the war Divo was a founding member of the Club International des Anciens Pilotes de Grand Prix F1 in 1952 in Switzerland.
Cimetiere Morsang-sur-Orge, Essonne,
Departement de l'Essonne
Created by: Paul Narramore
Record added: Sep 04, 2006
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