Chico Serra

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Chico Serra

Francisco "Chico" Serra (born 3 February 1957 in São Paulo) is a racing driver from Brazil. He won the 1979 British Formula 3 Championship. He participated in 33 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix for Fittipaldi and Arrows, debuting on 15 March 1981. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Chico Serra has received more than 31,727 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 425th most popular racing driver.

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    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among racing drivers, Chico Serra ranks 426 out of 782Before him are Tiago Monteiro, Jacques Pollet, Gianni Morbidelli, Toshio Suzuki, Michael Bleekemolen, and Luis Pérez-Sala. After him are Fabrizio Barbazza, Torsten Palm, Nico Hülkenberg, Bruce Halford, Geoff Lees, and Johnnie Parsons.

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Among people born in 1957, Chico Serra ranks 245Before him are Mohammed Fahim, Stephen Morris, Ulrich Tukur, Rustam Minnikhanov, Tony Martin, and Patrik Ouředník. After him are Laura Innes, Franco Frattini, Caterina Davinio, Yoshio Kato, LeVar Burton, and Jake E. Lee.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, Chico Serra ranks 466 out of 1,296Before him are Maurício Gugelmin (1963), Adriano (1984), Oscar (1991), Flávio Conceição (1974), Gil (1950), and Rafinha (1993). After him are Luiz Adriano (1987), Elano (1981), Mirandinha (1959), Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira (1984), João Paulo (1964), and Daniela Mercury (1965).


Among racing drivers born in Brazil, Chico Serra ranks 16Before him are Luiz Bueno (1937), Alex Ribeiro (1948), Bruno Senna (1983), Christian Fittipaldi (1971), Fritz d'Orey (1938), and Maurício Gugelmin (1963). After him are Ingo Hoffmann (1953), Ricardo Zonta (1976), Raul Boesel (1957), Alex Barros (1970), Ricardo Rosset (1968), and Cristiano da Matta (1973).

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