Alex de Angelis

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Alex de Angelis (born 26 February 1984) is a retired motorcycle road racer from San Marino. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alex de Angelis has received more than 100,825 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Alex de Angelis is the 799th most popular racing driver (down from 739th in 2019), the 3,757th most popular biography from Italy (down from 3,098th in 2019) and the 104th most popular Italian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Alex de Angelis ranks 799 out of 888Before him are Joey Logano, Rio Haryanto, Hiroshi Aoyama, Karel Abraham, Ben Spies, and Tito Rabat. After him are Andreas Mikkelsen, Dave Mirra, Julien Ingrassia, Travis Pastrana, António Félix da Costa, and Björn Wirdheim.

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Among people born in 1984, Alex de Angelis ranks 447Before him are Marcel Schäfer, Guillaume Gillet, Ben Spies, Roman Hubník, Ludwig Göransson, and Walter Montillo. After him are Dalibor Stevanović, Sanharib Malki, Javier Arizmendi, Sunil Chhetri, Alaixys Romao, and Maria Höfl-Riesch.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Alex de Angelis ranks 3,757 out of 4,088Before him are Samuele Papi (1973), Rolando Bianchi (1983), Sandro Cuomo (1962), Lukas Hofer (1989), Alberto Bettiol (1993), and Andrea Bertolacci (1991). After him are Dominik Windisch (1989), Armando Izzo (1992), Andrea Noè (1969), Maurizio Milani (1961), Peter Fill (1982), and Stefano Sorrentino (1979).


Among racing drivers born in Italy, Alex de Angelis ranks 104Before him are Marco Melandri (1982), Gianmaria Bruni (1981), Gigi Galli (1973), Max Papis (1969), Roberto Locatelli (1974), and Andrea Iannone (1989). After him are Davide Rigon (1986), Danilo Petrucci (1990), Davide Valsecchi (1987), Francesco Bagnaia (1997), and Luca Filippi (1985).