Jutta Kleinschmidt

1962 - Today

Jutta Kleinschmidt

Jutta Kleinschmidt (born 29 August 1962) is a German competitor of offroad automotive racing events. She is known for her numerous showings in the Paris Dakar Rally, and notably for having won the event in 2001, becoming the only woman to win the race and the only German to win the car category. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jutta Kleinschmidt has received more than 56,794 page views. Her biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 412th most popular racing driver.

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Among racing drivers, Jutta Kleinschmidt ranks 412 out of 782Before her are Peter Hirt, Siegfried Stohr, Henry Taylor, Brian Hart, Roelof Wunderink, and Pedro Lamy. After her are Giorgio Bassi, François Hesnault, Maurício Gugelmin, Fabrizio Meoni, Óscar González, and Huub Rothengatter.

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Among people born in 1962, Jutta Kleinschmidt ranks 219Before her are Jimmy White, Henny Meijer, Mircea Rednic, Eddie Izzard, Tony Cascarino, and Stephen Sommers. After her are Jean-Pierre Bemba, Simon Abkarian, Pavel Černý, Eriq La Salle, Javier Cercas, and Danny Faure.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Jutta Kleinschmidt ranks 2,964 out of 3,763Before her are Paul Kalkbrenner (1977), Hakan Çalhanoğlu (1994), Ellen Allien (1968), Horst Wolter (1942), Allison Mack (1982), and Alexander Zverev (1997). After her are Hildegard Falck (1949), Karl-Heinz Körbel (1954), Philipp Kohlschreiber (1983), Nick Menza (1964), Dieter Hecking (1964), and Wolfgang Dremmler (1954).


Among racing drivers born in Germany, Jutta Kleinschmidt ranks 26Before her are Paul Pietsch (1911), Bernd Schneider (1964), Adrian Sutil (1983), Kurt Ahrens Jr. (1940), Wolfgang Seidel (1926), and Timo Glock (1982). After her are Nico Hülkenberg (1987), Günther Bechem (1921), Fritz Riess (1922), Theo Helfrich (null), Michael May (1934), and Ian Ashley (1947).

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