He was born in 1933 in Bordeaux, France. He is a car designer by profession, he worked in Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Citroen Peugeot.
His career began in the design studio Philippe Charbonneaux, where he worked as an assistant in the years 1953 and 1954. During that time, the studio designed a design for the French presidential limousine, made by Citroen; Pegaso car and other ...
He worked for Daimler-Benz for 10 years and was led by his design studio. Bracq was designed by Mercedes600, 230 SL, 250 SL, 280 SL roadster, coupe 220S. 250 and 220D.
In 1967 he returned to France and worked for Brissonneau and Lotz, on the basis of a fast passenger train TGV, at the same time he was responsible for the prototype of a sports car based on the BMW 1600Ti and the Simca 1100-based coupe.
In 1970, he was named BMW's director of the project, responsible for the initial design of the top-of-the-line series 7. In 1973, he won the Concept Car of the Year for the concept car of the "Turbo"
Bracq is active as a judge of many automotive competitions, including Pebble Beach Concurs d'Elegance.