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Gil de Ferran

1967 - Today

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Gil de Ferran (born 11 November 1967) is a French-born Brazilian professional racing driver and team owner. De Ferran was the 2000 and 2001 Champ Car champion driving for Team Penske and the winner of the 2003 Indianapolis 500. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gil de Ferran has received more than 232,384 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Gil de Ferran is the 672nd most popular racing driver, the 4,840th most popular biography from France and the 77th most popular French Racing Driver.

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  • 39.71

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  • 5.29

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  • 1.74

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Among racing drivers, Gil de Ferran ranks 672 out of 888Before him are Kazuki Nakajima, Jimmie Johnson, Kenny Bräck, Mike Wilds, Jeff Gordon, and David Hobbs. After him are Bernard de Dryver, Michael Park, Tony Crook, Bob Sweikert, Antônio Pizzonia, and Esteban Gutiérrez.

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Among people born in 1967, Gil de Ferran ranks 392Before him are Lupita Jones, Philippe Poutou, Gene Hoglan, Alan Gilbert, Albert-László Barabási, and Dmitry Bykov. After him are Tina Arena, William DuVall, Jacqueline McKenzie, Hevia, Glen Benton, and Lars Riedel.

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In France

Among people born in France, Gil de Ferran ranks 4,840 out of 6,011Before him are Wahbi Khazri (1991), David Cage (1969), Jordan Veretout (1993), Nikolai Kinski (1976), Anne Brochet (1966), and Adrian Mannarino (1988). After him are Éric Di Meco (1963), Élie Baup (1955), Christian Prudhomme (1960), Corinne Lepage (1951), Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon (1986), and Stanislas Dehaene (1965).


Among racing drivers born in France, Gil de Ferran ranks 77Before him are Mike Sparken (1930), Jean-Marc Gounon (1963), André Testut (1926), Robert La Caze (1917), Fabio Quartararo (1999), and Jean-Christophe Boullion (1969). After him are Jean-Éric Vergne (1990), Anthoine Hubert (1996), Nico Prost (1981), Stéphane Sarrazin (1974), Franck Lagorce (1968), and Charles Pic (1990).