Torsten Palm

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Torsten Palm (born 23 July 1947 in Kristinehamn) is a former racing driver from Sweden. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Torsten Palm has received more than 14,366 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Torsten Palm is the 508th most popular racing driver (down from 428th in 2019), the 777th most popular biography from Sweden (down from 584th in 2019) and the 11th most popular Swedish Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Torsten Palm ranks 508 out of 888. Before him are Keith Andrews, Perry McCarthy, Vern Schuppan, Christian Danner, Gimax, and Ernie Pieterse. After him are Jackie Pretorius, Toni Ulmen, Rudolf Krause, Norifumi Abe, Brian Naylor, and Pierre Gasly.

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Among people born in 1947, Torsten Palm ranks 532Before him are Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Mary Kay Place, Nicanor de Carvalho, Denis Lawson, Jacques-Édouard Alexis, and Tracey Walter. After him are Larry James, John Lipsky, Tua Forsström, Gardner Dozois, Debra Mooney, and Richard J. Evans.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Torsten Palm ranks 777 out of 1,296. Before him are Cecilia Malmström (1968), Roger Pontare (1951), Johanna Sällström (1974), Ann Linde (1961), Signe Hasso (1915), and Jonas Eriksson (1974). After him are Roland Andersson (1950), Anja Pärson (1981), Marie Bergman (1950), Nick Bostrom (1973), Malin Åkerman (1978), and Gösta Åsbrink (1881).


Among racing drivers born in Sweden, Torsten Palm ranks 11Before him are Stig Blomqvist (1946), Ove Andersson (1938), Reine Wisell (1941), Gunnar Nilsson (1948), Stefan Johansson (1956), and Conny Andersson (1939). After him are Marcus Ericsson (1990), Kenny Bräck (1966), Bertil Roos (1943), Mattias Ekström (1978), and Björn Wirdheim (1980).