Boy Hayje

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Johan Gerard "Boy" Hayje (born 3 May 1949, Amsterdam) is a former racing driver from the Netherlands. He participated in seven Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on 29 August 1976. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Boy Hayje has received more than 23,681 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Boy Hayje is the 550th most popular racing driver (down from 455th in 2019), the 752nd most popular biography from Netherlands (down from 580th in 2019) and the 12th most popular Dutch Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Boy Hayje ranks 550 out of 888Before him are Paddy Driver, Jim Hall, Markus Winkelhock, Cristiano da Matta, Bob Bondurant, and Cuth Harrison. After him are Nelson Piquet Jr., Jo Vonlanthen, Corrado Fabi, Olivier Beretta, John Kocinski, and François Picard.

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Among people born in 1949, Boy Hayje ranks 501Before him are Rakesh Roshan, Bonnie J. Dunbar, Eddie Money, Michael Bleekemolen, Debra Monk, and Larisa Petrik. After him are György Gedó, Zbigniew Gut, Anne-Marie Lizin, Rod Temperton, Michael D. Griffin, and Ed King.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Boy Hayje ranks 752 out of 1,209Before him are Michael Bleekemolen (1949), Ferry Corsten (1973), Kevin Strootman (1990), Ria Stalman (1951), Inge de Bruijn (1973), and Abdelhak Nouri (1997). After him are Jos Luhukay (1963), Mounir El Hamdaoui (1984), Robert Westerholt (1975), Pete Hoekstra (1953), Harry Steevens (1945), and Bas Dost (1989).

Among RACING DRIVERS In Netherlands

Among racing drivers born in Netherlands, Boy Hayje ranks 12Before him are Ben Pon (1936), Jan Flinterman (1919), Huub Rothengatter (1954), Christijan Albers (1979), Dries van der Lof (1919), and Michael Bleekemolen (1949). After him are Roelof Wunderink (1948), Giedo van der Garde (1985), Robert Doornbos (1981), Jörg Müller (1969), Ho-Pin Tung (1982), and Nyck de Vries (1995).