Noritake Takahara

1951 - Today

Noritake Takahara

Noritake Takahara (高原 敬武, born June 6, 1951 in Tokyo) is a former racing driver from Japan. He participated in 2 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on October 24, 1976. He scored no championship points. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Noritake Takahara has received more than 17,368 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 536th most popular racing driver.

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Among racing drivers, Noritake Takahara ranks 538 out of 782Before him are David Brabham, Àlex Crivillé, Olivier Beretta, Roberto Lippi, Tony Settember, and François Picard. After him are Luca Cadalora, André Lotterer, Alex Caffi, Paddy Driver, Jean-Marc Gounon, and David Hobbs.

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Among people born in 1951, Noritake Takahara ranks 380Before him are Marcel Dionne, Dani, Pamela Bellwood, Steve Miner, Nitish Kumar, and Bill Atkinson. After him are Paulo Kassoma, Kathryn D. Sullivan, Bill Moseley, Roger Pontare, Jill Biden, and Renato Zaccarelli.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Noritake Takahara ranks 1,048 out of 3,113Before him are Yahiro Kazama (1961), Toshinobu Katsuya (1961), Akira Amano (1973), George W. Casey Jr. (1948), Tomoyasu Asaoka (1962), and Akiko Hayakawa (1950). After him are Daisuke Ono (1978), Tomohisa Yamashita (1985), Seishi Kishimoto (1974), Hiroki Sakai (1990), Shōichi Nakagawa (1953), and Nanako Matsushima (1973).


Among racing drivers born in Japan, Noritake Takahara ranks 12Before him are Ukyo Katayama (1963), Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1947), Toshio Suzuki (1955), Hiroshi Fushida (1946), Kamui Kobayashi (1986), and Yuji Ide (1975). After him are Kazuki Nakajima (1985), Norifumi Abe (1975), Shinji Nakano (1971), Masami Kuwashima (1950), Toranosuke Takagi (1974), and Hideki Noda (1969).

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