Robert Wickens

1989 - Today

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Robert Tyler Wickens (born March 13, 1989) is a Canadian racing driver from Guelph, Ontario, last driving in the IndyCar Series for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. In 2009 he finished in second place in the FIA Formula Two Championship, and in 2010 he was runner-up in the GP3 Series. In his return to Formula Renault 3.5, where he competed in 2008, he won the 2011 season championship with Carlin Motorsport, with backing of Marussia. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert Wickens has received more than 374,286 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Robert Wickens is the 871st most popular racing driver, the 962nd most popular biography from Canada and the 9th most popular Canadian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Robert Wickens ranks 871 out of 888Before him are Sergio Gadea, Ma Qinghua, Jack Aitken, Sam Bird, Robby Gordon, and Ryan Hunter-Reay. After him are Mikhail Aleshin, Ryan Newman, Kyle Busch, Mike Conway, Salvador Durán, and Javier Villa.

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Among people born in 1989, Robert Wickens ranks 829Before him are Takahiko Kozuka, Levon Hayrapetyan, Chris Brochu, Jessika Muscat, Marrit Leenstra, and Amer Abdulrahman. After him are Victor Muffat-Jeandet, Hiram Mier, Alexandra Panova, Davide Appollonio, Yuri Kawamura, and Jeff Henderson.

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In Canada

Among people born in Canada, Robert Wickens ranks 962 out of 1,130Before him are Liam James (1996), Noah Mills (1983), Ashleigh Ball (1983), Adam Foote (1971), Dylan Armstrong (1981), and Ryan Getzlaf (1985). After him are Atticus Mitchell (1993), Corey Sevier (1984), Eric Staal (1984), Tye Dillinger (1981), Jasmine Richards (1990), and Alexandre Bilodeau (1987).


Among racing drivers born in Canada, Robert Wickens ranks 9Before him are Jacques Villeneuve (1953), Lance Stroll (1998), Bill Brack (1935), Nicholas Latifi (1995), George Eaton (1945), and Allen Berg (1961). After him are James Hinchcliffe (1986).