Sergio Gadea

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Sergio Gadea Panisello (born 30 December 1984 in Puçol, Valencian Community) is a Spanish motorcycle road racer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sergio Gadea has received more than 20,299 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Sergio Gadea is the 865th most popular racing driver (down from 793rd in 2019), the 2,421st most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,848th in 2019) and the 43rd most popular Spanish Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Sergio Gadea ranks 865 out of 888Before him are Bradley Smith, Simona de Silvestro, Dani Clos, Fairuz Fauzy, Alexander Rossi, and Loris Baz. After him are Ma Qinghua, Jack Aitken, Sam Bird, Robby Gordon, Ryan Hunter-Reay, and Robert Wickens.

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Among people born in 1984, Sergio Gadea ranks 874Before him are Eñaut Zubikarai, Lü Xiaojun, Ali Krieger, Abdullah bin Mutaib Al Saud, Matteo Montaguti, and Arkady Vyatchanin. After him are Boniek García, Armando Lozano, Mihkel Aksalu, Loredana Dinu, Giovanni Marchese, and Adrian Gaxha.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Sergio Gadea ranks 2,421 out of 2,595Before him are Abraham González (1985), Eñaut Zubikarai (1984), Antonio Luna (1991), Mireia Lalaguna (1992), Àngel Rangel (1982), and Javier Manquillo (1994). After him are Jesús Rueda (1987), Jesús Olmo (1985), Armando Lozano (1984), Cala (1989), Francisco Molinero (1985), and Javi Chica (1985).


Among racing drivers born in Spain, Sergio Gadea ranks 43Before him are Héctor Barberá (1986), Nicolás Terol (1988), Héctor Faubel (1983), Andy Soucek (1985), Julián Simón (1987), and Dani Clos (1988). After him are Roldán Rodríguez (1984).