John Barnard

1946 - Today

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John Barnard (born 4 May 1946, Wembley, London) is an English race car designer and is working with Terence Woodgate designing high specification carbon fibre furniture. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of John Barnard has received more than 167,201 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. John Barnard is the 283rd most popular inventor, the 2,817th most popular biography from United Kingdom and the 51st most popular British Inventor.

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Among inventors, John Barnard ranks 283 out of 355Before him are Harry Brearley, James Nasmyth, Rowland Hill, George Graham, Ivan Kulibin, and André Blondel. After him are Jack Northrop, Joseph Bramah, Robert Metcalfe, Edward Lawry Norton, Jay Miner, and David Dunbar Buick.

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Among people born in 1946, John Barnard ranks 334Before him are Davorin Popović, Roland Sandberg, Joel Camargo, María Baxa, Rafik Schami, and Farag Foda. After him are Dennis Dugan, Michael Ontkean, Toshio Furukawa, Eduardo Camaño, Lesley Ann Warren, and Robert Metcalfe.

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In United Kingdom

Among people born in United Kingdom, John Barnard ranks 2,817 out of 6,924Before him are Donald Adamson (1939), Anne Hutchinson (1591), Harry Styles (1994), William Lawes (1602), Siân Phillips (1933), and James Dunn (1939). After him are Phil Taylor (1954), Jack Cardiff (1914), Jason Flemyng (1966), James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan (1797), Tony Martin (1957), and Elizabeth Goudge (1900).

Among INVENTORS In United Kingdom

Among inventors born in United Kingdom, John Barnard ranks 51Before him are Kirkpatrick Macmillan (1835), Thomas Wedgwood (1771), Harry Brearley (1871), James Nasmyth (1808), Rowland Hill (1795), and George Graham (1673). After him are Joseph Bramah (1748), David Dunbar Buick (1854), Isaac Pitman (1813), Henry Shrapnel (1761), John Whitehurst (1713), and Barnes Wallis (1887).