Warwick Brown

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Warwick Brown (born 24 December 1949 in Sydney) is a former racing driver from Australia. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Warwick Brown has received more than 23,614 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Warwick Brown is the 756th most popular racing driver (down from 634th in 2019), the 407th most popular biography from Australia and the 16th most popular Australian Racing Driver.

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Among racing drivers, Warwick Brown ranks 756 out of 888Before him are Dani Sordo, Luis Salom, Felipe Nasr, Maverick Viñales, Charles Pic, and Sergey Sirotkin. After him are Shoya Tomizawa, Keith Greene, Shinya Nakano, Mike Fisher, Hélio Castroneves, and Allan Simonsen.

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Among people born in 1949, Warwick Brown ranks 584Before him are Claudia Kolb, Dorothy Allison, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Ann Romney, Khil Raj Regmi, and Ann Reinking. After him are Jack Reed, Dutch Mantel, Ernie Sabella, Jim Gilmore, Michael Wenden, and Steve King.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Warwick Brown ranks 407 out of 790Before him are Todd Woodbridge (1971), John Fitzgerald (1960), John Landy (1930), Alvin Ceccoli (1974), Andy Thomas (1951), and Brittany Byrnes (1987). After him are Robert de Castella (1957), Helen Gourlay (1946), Cate Shortland (1968), Brian McGuire (1945), Mile Jedinak (1984), and Brad Jones (1982).

Among RACING DRIVERS In Australia

Among racing drivers born in Australia, Warwick Brown ranks 16Before him are Frank Gardner (1931), Paul Hawkins (1937), David Walker (1941), Paul England (1929), Troy Bayliss (1969), and Larry Perkins (1950). After him are Chris Vermeulen (1982), Scott Dixon (1980), Jack Miller (1995), Chris Atkinson (1979), and Ryan Briscoe (1981).