"Pierre Chauvet"

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Friedrich "Fritz" Glatz (born July 21st, 1943 in Vienna, Austria, died July 14th, 2002 in Most, Czech Republic) was an Austrian racing driver who also raced under the pseudonym "Pierre Chauvet".

After making it as high as Formula Two in the mid-1980s, Glatz joined the WTCM in 1988 racing a Toyota Corolla Levin at Kyalami. He won all three races in Class D but this was his only appearance.

Glatz was killed in 2002 in a EUROBOSS race at the Most Autodrome in the Czech Republic when he crashed his 1996 Benetton Arrows car.