Ian Scheckter

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Ian Scheckter

Ian Scheckter (born 22 August 1947 in East London, South Africa, and educated at Selborne College) is a former racing driver. He participated in 20 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 30 March 1974. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ian Scheckter has received more than 46,108 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 304th most popular racing driver.

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  • 46.14

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  • 20

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.25

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.11

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among racing drivers, Ian Scheckter ranks 304 out of 782Before him are Emanuele Pirro, Dieter Quester, Jan Magnussen, Bruno Senna, Piercarlo Ghinzani, and Moisés Solana. After him are Howden Ganley, Derek Warwick, Innes Ireland, Jan Flinterman, Jorge Daponte, and Sergio Mantovani.

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Among people born in 1947, Ian Scheckter ranks 316Before him are Gerald McRaney, David Mamet, Luis Ángel González Macchi, Ján Pivarník, Frank J. Tipler, and Lydia Davis. After him are Stephen Collins, Michael McKean, Gunnar Hansen, Michael Ignatieff, Irmgard Möller, and Deborah Lipstadt.

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In South Africa

Among people born in South Africa, Ian Scheckter ranks 81 out of 220Before him are Alan Paton (1903), C. R. Swart (1894), Alice Krige (1954), Louis Raymond (1895), Helen Suzman (1917), and Marlene Dumas (1953). After him are Neville Lederle (1938), Navi Pillay (1941), Mark Shuttleworth (1973), Tom Naudé (1889), Pik Botha (null), and Steve Nash (1974).

Among RACING DRIVERS In South Africa

Among racing drivers born in South Africa, Ian Scheckter ranks 2Before him are Jody Scheckter (1950). After him are Neville Lederle (1938), Tony Maggs (1937), Jackie Pretorius (1934), Doug Serrurier (1920), Desiré Wilson (1953), and Basil van Rooyen (null).

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