Dieter Quester

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Dieter Quester (born 30 May 1939 in Vienna) is an active touring car racing driver from Austria. Dieter has participated in 53 24-Hour Races. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dieter Quester has received more than 37,853 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Dieter Quester is the 324th most popular racing driver (down from 299th in 2019), the 740th most popular biography from Austria (down from 587th in 2019) and the 9th most popular Austrian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Dieter Quester ranks 324 out of 888Before him are Reg Parnell, Michael May, Dave Charlton, Antonio Creus, Alberto Crespo, and Juan Jover. After him are André Pilette, Ian Scheckter, Aldo Gordini, Alex Ribeiro, Jan Lammers, and Graziano Rossi.

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Among people born in 1939, Dieter Quester ranks 331Before him are Dario Campeotto, Egon Zimmermann, Ernie Davis, Alessandra Panaro, Günter Bernard, and Ivan Vutsov. After him are Eri Klas, Eduard Mudrik, Veniamin Soldatenko, David Ray Griffin, Laila Kinnunen, and Jorge Toro.

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Among people born in Austria, Dieter Quester ranks 740 out of 1,075Before him are Sybil Danning (1952), Elise Richter (1865), Egon Zimmermann (1939), Alexander Wurz (1974), Reinhard Furrer (1940), and Josef Stroh (1913). After him are Othmar Schneider (1928), Franz Cisar (1908), Hans Gál (1890), Eva Pawlik (1927), Johann Horvath (1903), and Anna von Mildenburg (1872).


Among racing drivers born in Austria, Dieter Quester ranks 9Before him are Helmut Marko (1943), Gerhard Berger (1959), Helmuth Koinigg (1948), Harald Ertl (1948), Karl Wendlinger (1968), and Alexander Wurz (1974). After him are Jo Gartner (1954), Hans Binder (1948), Otto Stuppacher (1947), Christian Klien (1983), Patrick Friesacher (1980), and Ferdinand Zvonimir von Habsburg (1997).