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21 January 1975 (46)
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John Campbell-Jones (21 January 1930)

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2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
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about Yuji Ide

Yuji Ide (?? ??, Ide Y?ji) (born 21 January 1975) is a Japanese professional racing driver who graduated from 2005 Formula Nippon to Formula One with the Super Aguri team in 2006, but lost his FIA Super Licence during the season due to erratic driving.

Ide returned to the Formula Nippon series after his four-race F1 stint and now races with the Autobacs Racing Team Aguri team.


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2006 Takuma Sato
Franck Montagny
Sakon Yamamoto
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After emerging from his tyre change into a queue of cars to the left of him that were all patiently waiting for the pit exit line to turn green, the sharp eyed Briton saw a huge empty space to the right of them.<br>So rather than line-up in his designated spot, or even behind teammate Nicholas Latifi, he went for the free area of a track<br>“What can I do? Can I go to the front of ...

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The first crash at Turn 1 was caused by Valtteri Bottas, whose mistake sliding into the back of Lando Norris impacted both Red Bull cars and left Max Verstappen battling back to eventually finish the race in 10th.<br>At the initial start, Hamilton and Verstappen made good getaways on the damp track after rain had fallen steadily in the 30 minutes before the start, which meant all the cars lined up ...

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The Mexican was drafted in to replace Alex Albon for 2021 on initially a one-year deal, after former team Aston Martin triggered a break clause in his contract to sign Sebastian Vettel.<br>An inherited maiden victory in Baku, coming after teammate Max Verstappen's tyre failure and Lewis Hamilton's brake bias mistake, has helped Perez to fifth in the drivers' standings.<br>Speaking ahead of the ...

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Russell, a Mercedes junior since 2017, has been heavily linked with the second seat alongside Lewis Hamilton for 2022, following his strong turnout for the squad in a one-off appearance at last year's Sakhir Grand Prix and his high-profile qualifying results and near-points-finishes for Williams this season, as well as Valtteri Bottas's points gap to Hamilton so far in 2021. <br>The Briton ...

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Title rivals Verstappen and Hamilton collided while fighting for the lead of the race at Copse on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix two weeks ago, resulting in a 51G crash for Red Bull driver Verstappen.<br>Hamilton was hit with a 10-second time penalty for causing a collision, but recovered to win the race and reduce Verstappen’s championship lead to eight points.<br>But Red Bull has ...

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Ocon made an impressive start to the year for Alpine, recording four consecutive points finishes between Imola and Monaco, but saw his form take a dip from Baku onwards.<br>The Frenchman saw his season hit a low in Austria as he was eliminated in Q1 at both races, resulting in a first-lap DNF in the second event that he pinned on his grid position.<br>Ocon struggled to understand why he was ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen collided on the opening lap of Sunday's British Grand Prix at Copse, resulting in a 51g impact against the barrier for Verstappen.<br>Verstappen was able to walk away from the crash, but was taken to hospital as a precaution after being heavily winded and bruised in the accident. He was discharged that night after undergoing CT and MRI scans.<br>Hamilton was hit with a ...

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Alonso was the star of Saturday's sprint qualifying event at Silverstone, starting on the soft tyre and jumping from 11th to fifth, before eventually falling back to seventh.<br>The former world champion agrees that the new format creates action on all three days, but he believes that Friday could be made more interesting with a restriction on tyre usage and the number of qualifying runs that ...

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Two-time F1 world champion Alonso was the star of F1’s inaugural 100km Saturday race ahead of the British Grand Prix, making up six positions on the opening lap as he moved from 11th to fifth.<br>While Alonso would ultimately slip back two places before the end of the sprint race, the improved grid position set him up well to finish seventh in Sunday’s grand prix.<br>During the sprint race ...

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He also stressed that the team bosses had been part of the discussion when it was agreed to take that route.<br>The clash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton on the first lap of the British GP led to the Dutchman's instant retirement, and generated a 10-second penalty for the Mercedes driver for causing a collision.<br>Much to the frustration of Verstappen and his Red Bull Racing team ...

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Leclerc had the best view of the opening lap crash at Silverstone, as he was running right behind the lead Red Bull and Mercedes cars.<br>And while he thinks Hamilton had a bit more room to play with at the apex of the corner to avoid contact, the Ferrari driver believes that Verstappen was aggressive with his turn in.<br>"It is very difficult to judge it from the car; we are very low," said ...

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Alonso opted for soft tyres for the start of the 17-lap contest, and in a stunning first lap he jumped from 11th on the grid to fifth place.<br>He then defended hard, initially from Lando Norris, and then Daniel Ricciardo, earning complaints about weaving from the McLaren team.<br>After both McLaren drivers passed him he successfully held off Sebastian Vettel to secure seventh place at the flag ...

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The F1 Insider survey that is published today is the first of its kind to look at the views of those who work in the paddock.<br>It drew anonymous responses from F1 teams, international brands and global media, with the aim of better understanding the views of those who follow the grand prix circus.<br>The survey was conducted by London-based F1 sponsorship experts Crunch Communications, who work ...

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Mercedes is currently mulling over who will partner seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton in 2022, with current teammate Valtteri Bottas's contract expiring at the end of the year.<br>Mercedes could opt to retain Bottas - who has helped the team win four constructors' championships since joining in 2017 - or replace him with Russell, who is the leading member of its junior programme and ...

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Mazepin made his F1 debut at the start of the year with Haas after graduating from Formula 2, but has struggled to match teammate Mick Schumacher's form through the early part of the season.<br>Mazepin has outqualified and beaten Schumacher in a race where they have both finished just once - at Monaco - but revealed recently that the team found his chassis was slightly heavier than his ...

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This weekend’s British Grand Prix will witness the first sprint experiment, with a 100-kilometre qualifying race on Saturday deciding the final grid for Sunday’s main event.<br>There is uncertainty about what type of spectacle the sprint will produce – and especially whether drivers will take it conservatively and deliver a procession or be aggressive and produce some great action.<br>World ...

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Perez and Leclerc were squabbling for eighth place on lap 41 when Perez drove the Ferrari driver towards the outside of turn 4 while the latter was attempting a move around the outside, which put Leclerc into the gravel.<br>Perez was soon hit with a five-second time penalty, but before he could serve it he shoved Leclerc in the gravel again, this time in turn 6, and Perez received another ...

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Lando Norris was hit with a five-second time penalty after he was deemed to have forced Sergio Perez off-track when fighting for position shortly after the safety car restart at the Red Bull Ring.<br>Perez tried passing Norris around the outside at Turn 4, only for Norris to squeeze the Red Bull driver out. It caused Perez to touch the gravel and drop from third to 10th.<br>The penalty was ...

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Perez tried to go around the outside of Norris at Turn 4 as they battled over second place following the early safety car restart.<br>However, Perez had no room on the exit as the McLaren stuck to the racing line, and the Mexican ran across the kerbs and through the gravel trap, dropping him down the order.<br>The stewards eventually handed Norris a five-second penalty for having forced Perez off ...

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While the general vibe in recent months suggested that Hamilton was keen to race on into the era of the new regulations, there was always some lingering doubt about his longer-term plans.<br>What if he won his eighth title this year and decided that was it? Or would the fight with Red Bull and Max Verstappen take so much out of him that he would opt for a sabbatical?<br>Given that the contractual ...

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Alonso was on his final flying lap in Q2 and looked on course to make it in to the top ten positions, before he was held up by a slow Vettel as they ran through the last corner.<br>The Spaniard failed to make it through to Q3, and will now start the race from 14th on the grid.<br>Although Vettel immediately knew he had done wrong and waved to apologise to his Alpine rival, it did not stop the ...

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The Finn and the Spaniard were part of a train of cars ahead of the last runs in Q2 that all slowed up on their out laps at Turn 9 in a bid to create gaps to the cars ahead.<br>Bottas going slowly meant other cars behind him were held up, and that led to Sebastian Vettel being slowed so much he blocked Fernando Alonso's final Q2 effort.<br>Vettel himself has also been summoned for impeding Alonso ...

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Max Verstappen's burnout as he took the chequered flag after his victory in the Styrian Grand Prix last weekend did not go down well with F1 race director Michael Masi, who warned his Red Bull team that repeat behaviour would not be tolerated in the future.<br>While Masi's concerns on safety grounds are understandable, two-time world champion Alonso reckons that the FIA should be more focused on ...

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Having taken over from Max Mosley in 2009 he has steered the organisation in a different direction, just as Mosley transformed it after succeeding the colourful Jean-Marie Balestre.<br>You might not agree with all his decisions, but the workaholic Todt has achieved much during his tenure in charge, and in particular he has built on the achievements of his predecessor in safety matters on both road ...

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Bottas spun his Mercedes W12 car while pulling away from the pit box, causing him to come to a stop in the fast lane.<br>Bottas avoided hitting the McLaren mechanics standing outside the garage nearby, who then helped turn the car around so the Mercedes driver could go out on-track as planned.<br>But McLaren was quick to complain to the FIA about the incident, calling it "ridiculous", with the ...

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