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Michael "Mikko" Kozarowitzky (born 17 May 1948) is a former racing driver from Finland. With a solid background in various lower formulae, he reached Formula One in 1977. Driving for the RAM team, which was then running March 761 cars, Kozarowitzky entered the 1977 Swedish Grand Prix where he failed to qualify mainly thanks to a lack of testing time in the car.
|Born||17 May 1948|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Entries||2 (0 starts)|
|First entry||1977 Swedish Grand Prix|
|Last entry||1977 British Grand Prix|
His next attempt was at the 1977 British Grand Prix where he failed to pre-qualify following an accident avoiding Rupert Keegan during practice. Kozarowitzky broke his hand in the accident and left the team after they wanted him to try to qualify in the spare car despite his injury. His Formula One plans for 1978 came to nothing due to lack of funds, and he then retired from the sport.
Complete Formula One resultsEdit
|1977||RAM / F&S||March 761||Cosworth V8||ARG||BRA||RSA||USW||ESP||MON||BEL||SWE
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