Jan Magnussen

1973 - Today

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Jan Ellegaard Magnussen (born 4 July 1973) is a Danish professional racing driver and was a factory driver for General Motors until the end of the 2020 season. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jan Magnussen has received more than 370,509 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia. Jan Magnussen is the 370th most popular racing driver (down from 300th in 2019), the 447th most popular biography from Denmark (down from 340th in 2019) and the 2nd most popular Danish Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Jan Magnussen ranks 370 out of 888Before him are Edgar Barth, Kurt Ahrens Jr., Harry Blanchard, Bernd Schneider, Toni Branca, and Ukyo Katayama. After him are Nico Hülkenberg, Sergio Pérez, Mike Beuttler, Gabriele Tarquini, Richard Burns, and Kenneth McAlpine.

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Among people born in 1973, Jan Magnussen ranks 168Before him are Gackt, Marco Delvecchio, Tom Wlaschiha, Karen Lancaume, Kevin Feige, and Damien Rice. After him are Proof, John Dolmayan, Tomáš Galásek, Barret Oliver, James Haven, and Claudio Reyna.

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In Denmark

Among people born in Denmark, Jan Magnussen ranks 447 out of 783Before him are Carsten Jensen (1952), Mogens Lykketoft (1946), Ebbe Sand (1972), Villy Sørensen (1929), Paprika Steen (1964), and Henning Enoksen (1935). After him are Jørgen Jørgensen (1780), Ivan Nielsen (1956), Henry Petersen (1900), John Jensen (1965), Caroline Wozniacki (1990), and Jesper Olsen (1961).


Among racing drivers born in Denmark, Jan Magnussen ranks 2Before him are Tom Belsø (1942). After him are Tom Kristensen (1967), Kevin Magnussen (1992), Jac Nellemann (1944), Nicolas Kiesa (1978), and Allan Simonsen (1978).