Mick Doohan

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Michael Sydney Doohan (born 4 June 1965) is an Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion, who won five consecutive 500 cc World Championships. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mick Doohan has received more than 605,775 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Mick Doohan is the 235th most popular racing driver (down from 205th in 2019), the 130th most popular biography from Australia (down from 100th in 2019) and the 5th most popular Australian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Mick Doohan ranks 235 out of 888Before him are Derek Bell, Carl Scarborough, Umberto Maglioli, Rikky von Opel, Marc Márquez, and Manny Ayulo. After him are Philippe Alliot, Leo Kinnunen, Érik Comas, Lee Wallard, Timo Mäkinen, and Ken Block.

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Among people born in 1965, Mick Doohan ranks 133Before him are Mark Pellegrino, Embeth Davidtz, Paige Turco, Guido Marini, Uwe Boll, and Ice MC. After him are Svetlana Medvedeva, Mazinho Oliveira, Marcelino García Toral, Aaron Kwok, Hailemariam Desalegn, and Frank Grillo.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Mick Doohan ranks 130 out of 790Before him are Dawn Fraser (1937), Ron Clarke (1937), Phillip Noyce (1950), Jesse Spencer (1979), Robert Menzies (1894), and Bob Morley (1984). After him are Arthur Benjamin (1893), Anthony LaPaglia (1959), Albert Namatjira (1902), Richard Roxburgh (1962), Russell Mulcahy (1953), and Peter Carey (1943).

Among RACING DRIVERS In Australia

Among racing drivers born in Australia, Mick Doohan ranks 5Before him are Jack Brabham (1926), Alan Jones (1946), Mark Webber (1976), and Tim Schenken (1943). After him are Daniel Ricciardo (1989), Casey Stoner (1985), Ken Kavanagh (1923), Vern Schuppan (1943), Frank Gardner (1931), Paul Hawkins (1937), and David Walker (1941).