Cristiano da Matta

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Cristiano Monteiro da Matta (born 19 September 1973) is a Brazilian former professional racing driver. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Cristiano da Matta has received more than 118,362 page views. His biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 27 in 2019). Cristiano da Matta is the 547th most popular racing driver (up from 567th in 2019), the 699th most popular biography from Brazil (down from 561st in 2019) and the 21st most popular Brazilian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Cristiano da Matta ranks 547 out of 888Before him are David Hampshire, Tony Settember, Ernst Klodwig, Paddy Driver, Jim Hall, and Markus Winkelhock. After him are Bob Bondurant, Cuth Harrison, Boy Hayje, Nelson Piquet Jr., Jo Vonlanthen, and Corrado Fabi.

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Among people born in 1973, Cristiano da Matta ranks 263Before him are Levi Leipheimer, Inge de Bruijn, Lubna Azabal, Tomislav Marić, David Zepeda, and Andy Muschietti. After him are Gabry Ponte, Carmine Giovinazzo, Philipp Rösler, Eva Röse, Halil Mutlu, and Bridgette Wilson.

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Among people born in Brazil, Cristiano da Matta ranks 699 out of 1,947Before him are Mehmet Aurélio (1977), Fábio Simplício (1979), Falcão (1977), Digão (1985), Fábio Júnior (1977), and Viola (1969). After him are Paulo Henrique Ganso (1989), Capone (1972), Fernando (1987), Edu (1981), Afonso Alves (1981), and Edson Tavares (1956).


Among racing drivers born in Brazil, Cristiano da Matta ranks 21Before him are Ricardo Zonta (1976), Fritz d'Orey (1938), Chico Serra (1957), Ingo Hoffmann (1953), Raul Boesel (1957), and Alex Barros (1970). After him are Ricardo Rosset (1968), Antônio Pizzonia (1980), Lucas di Grassi (1984), Enrique Bernoldi (1978), Tarso Marques (1976), and Tony Kanaan (1974).