Dani Clos

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Daniel Clos Álvarez (born 23 October 1988) is a Spanish professional racecar driver who was, in 2012, the test driver for the now defunct HRT Formula One team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dani Clos has received more than 57,893 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Dani Clos is the 861st most popular racing driver (down from 790th in 2019), the 2,398th most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,833rd in 2019) and the 42nd most popular Spanish Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Dani Clos ranks 861 out of 888Before him are Yonny Hernández, Luca Filippi, Lukáš Pešek, James Rossiter, Bradley Smith, and Simona de Silvestro. After him are Fairuz Fauzy, Alexander Rossi, Loris Baz, Sergio Gadea, Ma Qinghua, and Jack Aitken.

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Among people born in 1988, Dani Clos ranks 777Before him are Danny García, Marina Erakovic, José Montiel, Simona de Silvestro, Dana Brooke, and Xavier Barachet. After him are Natalie Geisenberger, Thiemo de Bakker, Lukas Meijer, Yusuke Suzuki, Nathan Adrian, and Yu Dabao.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Dani Clos ranks 2,398 out of 2,595Before him are Javi Márquez (1986), Brigitte Yagüe (1981), Víctor Cabedo (1989), Albert Crusat (1982), Ismael Falcón (1984), and Verónica Cuadrado (1979). After him are Irene Paredes (1991), David Lombán (1987), Iván Velasco (1980), Carlos Pérez (1979), Pablo Álvarez (1980), and Domingo Cisma (1982).


Among racing drivers born in Spain, Dani Clos ranks 42Before him are Oriol Servià (1974), Héctor Barberá (1986), Nicolás Terol (1988), Héctor Faubel (1983), Andy Soucek (1985), and Julián Simón (1987). After him are Sergio Gadea (1984) and Roldán Rodríguez (1984).

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