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Arthur Abrahams was born on 6 November, 1955 in Australian.

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Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 6 November 1955
Birthday 6 November
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1987

Arthur Abrahams ) is a semi-retired Australian race car driver. He won the 1987, 1991 and 1993 Australian Formula 2 Championship driving a Cheetah Mk8, Ransburg Cheetah and Reynard 913 respectively. he also won the Australian group C touring car endurance championship (1600cc) in 1984. He competed in International Sportscars in Europe and in American open wheel racing cars. He also competed in Formula Brabham/Holden for three years, debuting in 1994 and leaving the category in 1996. He was owner of the NRC International team in Formula Holden and before running Dale Brede amongst others in V8 Supercar’s Development Series. In 2001 Abrahams stepped away from the sport to focus on his and family business interests.