RACING DRIVER

Tetsuya Harada

1970 - Today

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Tetsuya Harada (原田哲也, Harada Tetsuya, born June 14, 1970) is a Japanese former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tetsuya Harada has received more than 60,395 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Tetsuya Harada is the 695th most popular racing driver (down from 673rd in 2019), the 1,561st most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,277th in 2019) and the 20th most popular Japanese Racing Driver.

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  • 3.94

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  • 2.19

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Among RACING DRIVERS

Among racing drivers, Tetsuya Harada ranks 695 out of 888Before him are David Hobbs, Johann Zarco, Ian Stewart, Jack McGrath, Emanuele Naspetti, and Nicolas Kiesa. After him are Gary Brabham, Lando Norris, Dario Franchitti, Bernard de Dryver, Hideki Noda, and Freddy Loix.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1970, Tetsuya Harada ranks 417Before him are Dave Eggers, Nico Van Kerckhoven, Constantina Diță, Tabitha Stevens, Roar Strand, and Nouria Mérah-Benida. After him are Yoshihiro Tajiri, Tsuru Morimoto, Karoline Krüger, Deborah Compagnoni, Rene Liu, and Angelino Alfano.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Tetsuya Harada ranks 1,561 out of 5,560Before him are Mike Havenaar (1987), Jin Akanishi (1984), Masayuki Okano (1972), Naoya Ogawa (1968), Kazuyoshi Funaki (1975), and Motohiro Yamaguchi (1969). After him are Yoshihiro Tajiri (1970), Tsuru Morimoto (1970), Osamu Maeda (1965), Katsuo Kanda (1966), Aya Ueto (1985), and Harue Sato (1976).

Among RACING DRIVERS In Japan

Among racing drivers born in Japan, Tetsuya Harada ranks 20Before him are Kazuki Nakajima (1985), Noritake Takahara (1951), Sakon Yamamoto (1982), Shinji Nakano (1971), Masami Kuwashima (1950), and Toranosuke Takagi (1974). After him are Hideki Noda (1969), Shoya Tomizawa (1990), Shinya Nakano (1977), Toshi Arai (1966), Hiroshi Aoyama (1981), and Nobuharu Matsushita (1993).