Aguri Suzuki

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Aguri Suzuki (鈴木 亜久里, Suzuki Aguri, born 8 September 1960) is a Japanese former racing driver. He participated in 88 Formula One Grands Prix, and his most notable achievement in racing was 3rd place at the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix. Suzuki then became involved in team ownership, with interests firstly in the Japanese Formula Nippon Championship and the IRL in partnership with Mexican racer Adrian Fernandez. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aguri Suzuki has received more than 143,780 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia. Aguri Suzuki is the 302nd most popular racing driver (up from 356th in 2019), the 1,037th most popular biography from Japan (down from 894th in 2019) and the 3rd most popular Japanese Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Aguri Suzuki ranks 302 out of 888Before him are Masten Gregory, Trevor Taylor, Clemar Bucci, Élie Bayol, Jean-Claude Andruet, and Piercarlo Ghinzani. After him are Siegfried Stohr, John Miles, Johnny Claes, Cesare Perdisa, Giorgio Scarlatti, and Cliff Allison.

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Among people born in 1960, Aguri Suzuki ranks 174Before him are José Maria Neves, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Craig Mello, Chris Waddle, Annabella Sciorra, and Igor Larionov. After him are BD Wong, Karch Kiraly, Temuera Morrison, Reed Hastings, Mehmed Baždarević, and Seth Godin.

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Among people born in Japan, Aguri Suzuki ranks 1,037 out of 5,560Before him are Kōichi Yamadera (1961), Masashi Tashiro (1956), Ikuo Matsumoto (1941), Megumi Hayashibara (1967), Shigefumi Mori (1951), and Tadanobu Asano (1973). After him are Akira Terao (1947), Momoe Yamaguchi (1959), Susumu Hirasawa (1954), Tetsuo Sugamata (1957), Nobuo Fujishima (1950), and Nobuko Jashima (1959).


Among racing drivers born in Japan, Aguri Suzuki ranks 3Before him are Kunimitsu Takahashi (1940) and Satoru Nakajima (1953). After him are Takuma Sato (1977), Masahiro Hasemi (1945), Ukyo Katayama (1963), Toshio Suzuki (1955), Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1947), Yuji Ide (1975), Hiroshi Fushida (1946), Kamui Kobayashi (1986), and Daijiro Kato (1976).

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