Hans Herrmann

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Hans Herrmann

Hans Herrmann (born 23 February 1928) is a retired Formula One and sports car racing driver from Stuttgart, Germany. In F1, he participated in 19 World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 2 August 1953. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hans Herrmann has received more than 83,684 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 135th most popular racing driver.

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Among racing drivers, Hans Herrmann ranks 135 out of 782Before him are Nico Rosberg, John Watson, Bob Anderson, Willy Mairesse, Thierry Boutsen, and Eugenio Castellotti. After him are Richie Ginther, Giancarlo Fisichella, Eddie Irvine, Giancarlo Baghetti, Chris Bristow, and Heinz-Harald Frentzen.

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Among people born in 1928, Hans Herrmann ranks 196Before him are Aleksey Batalov, Robert Badinter, Willy Mairesse, Fred Rogers, Édouard Molinaro, and Bella Darvi. After him are Ciriaco De Mita, Kåre Willoch, Henry Silva, Horace Silver, Torben Ulrich, and Henri Debehogne.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Hans Herrmann ranks 2,117 out of 3,763Before him are Hans Thoma (1839), John Sutter (1803), Miguel, Duke of Braganza (1853), Carl Ludwig Siegel (1896), Friedrich Traun (1876), and Karl Mauss (1898). After him are Manfred Kaltz (1953), Ludwig Adolf Wilhelm von Lützow (1782), Prince Louis Charles of Prussia (1773), Friedrich August Stüler (1800), Otto Warburg (1859), and Hans-Peter Briegel (1955).


Among racing drivers born in Germany, Hans Herrmann ranks 10Before him are Sebastian Vettel (1987), Walter Röhrl (1947), Jochen Mass (1946), Ralf Schumacher (1975), Rolf Stommelen (1943), and Nico Rosberg (1985). After him are Heinz-Harald Frentzen (1967), Karl Kling (1910), Kurt Adolff (1921), Hans-Joachim Stuck (1951), Manfred Winkelhock (1951), and Nick Heidfeld (1977).

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