RACING DRIVER

Daijiro Kato

1976 - 2003

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Daijiro Kato (加藤 大治郎, Katō Daijirō, 4 July 1976 – 20 April 2003) was a Japanese Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, the 2001 250cc world champion, and the 2000 and 2002 Suzuka 8 Hours winner. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Daijiro Kato has received more than 324,085 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Daijiro Kato is the 486th most popular racing driver (up from 499th in 2019), the 1,319th most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,275th in 2019) and the 12th most popular Racing Driver.

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  • 19

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  • 1.93

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Among RACING DRIVERS

Among racing drivers, Daijiro Kato ranks 486 out of 888Before him are Max de Terra, Alberto Colombo, Ricardo Londoño, Mikko Kozarowitzky, Roger Laurent, and Norifumi Abe. After him are Teddy Pilette, Adolf Brudes, Paddy Driver, Ron Flockhart, François Delecour, and Àlex Crivillé.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1976, Daijiro Kato ranks 179Before him are Stefan Holm, Daisuke Namikawa, Violante Placido, Jonathan Brandis, Jaime Murray, and Piper Perabo. After him are Paulo Wanchope, Sami Vänskä, Agata Buzek, Anna Friel, Angelos Basinas, and Amy Acker. Among people deceased in 2003, Daijiro Kato ranks 258Before him are Felix Kaspar, William C. McCool, Warren Zevon, Armand Borel, Conrad Hall, and Jonathan Brandis. After him are Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak, Hedy Schlunegger, Donald Nicol, Vladimír Vašíček, Yun Hyon-seok, and German Apukhtin.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Daijiro Kato ranks 1,319 out of 6,048Before him are Mamoru Miyano (1983), Nobuyo Fujishiro (1960), Sayuri Yamaguchi (1966), Yukiko Okada (1967), Norifumi Abe (1975), and Tokiharu Abe (1911). After him are Naomi Kawase (1969), Keiko Saito (1965), Junichi Masuda (1968), Noboru Terada (1917), Yōjirō Takita (1955), and Tomoyasu Hotei (1962).

Among RACING DRIVERS In Japan

Among racing drivers born in Japan, Daijiro Kato ranks 12Before him are Toshio Suzuki (1955), Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1947), Hiroshi Fushida (1946), Masahiro Hasemi (1945), Kamui Kobayashi (1986), and Norifumi Abe (1975). After him are Yuji Ide (1975), Noritake Takahara (1951), Yuki Tsunoda (2000), Masami Kuwashima (1950), Kazuki Nakajima (1985), and Shoya Tomizawa (1990).