Gordon Murray

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Ian Gordon Murray (born 18 June 1946), is a South African-British designer of Formula One racing cars for Brabham and McLaren and the McLaren F1 high-performance road car. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gordon Murray has received more than 1,006,989 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Gordon Murray is the 236th most popular racing driver, the 70th most popular biography from South Africa and the 3rd most popular South African Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Gordon Murray ranks 236 out of 1,080Before him are Nick Heidfeld, Carlo Maria Abate, Philippe Alliot, Hans Heyer, Mark Webber, and Bill Ivy. After him are Peter Revson, Marcus Grönholm, Joey Dunlop, Ricardo Zunino, Jules Bianchi, and Philippe Étancelin.

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Among people born in 1946, Gordon Murray ranks 365Before him are Steve Kanaly, Miklós Németh, Kirsti Sparboe, Toshio Furukawa, George Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen, and Michael Ontkean. After him are Randy Meisner, Jan Decleir, Raphaël Bedros XXI Minassian, John Spencer, Yuko Shimizu, and Ratomir Dujković.

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In South Africa

Among people born in South Africa, Gordon Murray ranks 70 out of 454Before him are Laurence Oliphant (1829), J. B. M. Hertzog (1866), Marthinus Wessel Pretorius (1819), Ian Scheckter (1947), Eric Sturgess (1920), and John Cranko (1927). After him are Oscar Pistorius (1986), Oliver Tambo (1917), Evelyn Mase (1922), Alice Krige (1954), Mangosuthu Buthelezi (1928), and Walter Sisulu (1912).

Among RACING DRIVERS In South Africa

Among racing drivers born in South Africa, Gordon Murray ranks 3Before him are Jody Scheckter (1950), and Ian Scheckter (1947). After him are Basil van Rooyen (1939), Peter de Klerk (1935), Doug Serrurier (1920), Desiré Wilson (1953), Paddy Driver (1934), Trevor Blokdyk (1935), Jackie Pretorius (1934), Neville Lederle (1938), and Tony Maggs (1937).