Joachim Winkelhock

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Joachim Winkelhock

Joachim Winkelhock (born 24 October 1960) is a German motor racing driver. The younger brother of the late Manfred Winkelhock, Winkelhock was born in Waiblingen, near Stuttgart. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Joachim Winkelhock has received more than 59,161 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 473rd most popular racing driver.

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Among racing drivers, Joachim Winkelhock ranks 475 out of 782Before him are Jackie Pretorius, Perry McCarthy, John Miles, André Testut, Otto Stuppacher, and Chris Irwin. After him are Ian Burgess, Mikko Kozarowitzky, Jimmy Stewart, Andrea Dovizioso, Patrick Gaillard, and Vitantonio Liuzzi.

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Among people born in 1960, Joachim Winkelhock ranks 249Before him are Raúl Vicente Amarilla, Pedro Pasculli, Eliane Elias, Yurii Andrukhovych, Robert J. Sawyer, and Susanne Lothar. After him are Linford Christie, James Comey, Fadil Vokrri, Euclid Tsakalotos, Nigel Marven, and David L. Rabinowitz.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Joachim Winkelhock ranks 3,030 out of 3,763Before him are Rainer Woelki (1956), Friedhelm Funkel (1953), Wolfgang Paul (1940), Kiki Smith (1954), Shantel (1968), and Dustin Brown (1984). After him are Willy Ley (1906), Volker Bouffier (1951), Bernhard Langer (1957), Wolfgang Stark (1969), Erich Beer (1946), and Götz Otto (1967).


Among racing drivers born in Germany, Joachim Winkelhock ranks 33Before him are Nico Hülkenberg (1987), Günther Bechem (1921), Fritz Riess (1922), Theo Helfrich (null), Michael May (1934), and Ian Ashley (1947). After him are Rudolf Krause (1907), Christian Danner (1958), Helmut Niedermayr (1915), Ernst Klodwig (1903), Volker Weidler (1962), and Armin Schwarz (1963).

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