Howden Ganley

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James Howden Ganley (born 24 December 1941 in Hamilton) is a former racing driver from New Zealand. From 1971 to 1974 he participated in 41 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix. He placed 4th twice and scored points 5 times for a total of 10 championship points (only the top 6 places scored points). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Howden Ganley has received more than 49,979 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Howden Ganley is the 282nd most popular racing driver (up from 305th in 2019), the 44th most popular biography from New Zealand (down from 43rd in 2019) and the 4th most popular New Zealander Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Howden Ganley ranks 282 out of 888Before him are Jorge Lorenzo, Karl Wendlinger, Georges Berger, Chico Landi, Eppie Wietzes, and Nicky Hayden. After him are Daniel Ricciardo, Attilio Bettega, Paul Belmondo, José Dolhem, Bruno Ruffo, and Eliseo Salazar.

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Among people born in 1941, Howden Ganley ranks 321Before him are Neil Aspinall, Vitaly Solomin, Ed Roberts, Kálmán Mészöly, Anatoly Levchenko, and Barry Flanagan. After him are Mario Trevi, Signe Toly Anderson, Lester Bowie, Stanislav Stratiev, Tom Conti, and Guido Reybrouck.

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In New Zealand

Among people born in New Zealand, Howden Ganley ranks 44 out of 206Before him are Rob Hall (1961), Gary Thain (1948), Mike Moore (1949), Thomas Williams (1930), Janet Frame (1924), and Wallace Fard Muhammad (null). After him are Ronald Syme (1903), Jean Batten (1909), Temuera Morrison (1960), Anthony Wilding (1883), Kevin Smith (1963), and Jonah Lomu (1975).

Among RACING DRIVERS In New Zealand

Among racing drivers born in New Zealand, Howden Ganley ranks 4Before him are Bruce McLaren (1937), Denny Hulme (1936), and Chris Amon (1943). After him are John Nicholson (1941), Graham McRae (1940), Brendon Hartley (1989), Mike Thackwell (1961), Tony Shelly (1937), and Mitch Evans (1994).