NationalityFrench NameAnne-Charlotte Verney Class wins1 (1978)
Best finish6th (1981) Participating years1974-1983
TeamsPrivate entries, Kremer Racing, Cooke-Woods Racing, Garrettson Developments, Jean Rondeau
Anne-Charlotte Verney is a French racing and rally driver. She competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for ten straight years from 1974 to 1983, achieving a best finish of sixth in 1981. She participated in the 1982 Dakar Rally with Mark Thatcher, son of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, as her co-driver and navigator. Along with their mechanic Jacky Garnier, they became lost for five days in their Peugeot 504 but were rescued after a military search.