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21 January 1975 (46)
Jud Larson (21 January 1923)
John Campbell-Jones (21 January 1930)

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2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
2006 San Marino Grand Prix

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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season teammate
2006 Takuma Sato
Franck Montagny
Sakon Yamamoto
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Under the current agreement between the UK's two F1 broadcasters, Channel 4 only shows the British Grand Prix live each year, with a highlights package for every other race.<br>But as Lewis Hamilton goes in search of a record eighth world championship in Abu Dhabi, it has been announced that Channel 4 will show the race live.<br>Hamilton and title rival Max Verstappen enter the final race of the ...

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In F1, the teams are constantly pushing the boundaries (and trying to ‘flex’ the rules) while the governing body, the FIA, constantly tries to keep the reigns tight and ensure everyone is playing fair.<br>A key part of this process is running legality checks on the cars in parc fermé and restricting the teams to parc fermé conditions during the weekend – but what exactly does this mean and ...

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This is where teams and drivers operate in the smallest of margins when it comes to chasing performance. Trying to find the balance required to be quick in qualifying but also have a car that performs well during the race.<br>The offset in laptime between a lap taken with the DRS open in all three zones versus a tour without is quite noticeable and might edge a driver towards a higher downforce ...

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Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will head to Yas Marina tied on points after a dramatic race in Jeddah that involved a number of incidents between the title contenders.<br>Hamilton and Verstappen went wheel-to-wheel on multiple occasions, the most notable being contact as Verstappen slowed to give up the lead to Hamilton on instruction from race control.<br>It resulted in a 10-second post-race ...

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Hamilton won the race to level the points battle with Verstappen on 369.5 apiece after multiple incidents in an ill-tempered race that was red-flagged twice.<br>Verstappen made good use of the medium tyres chosen by his Red Bull team took for the third race start by taking the lead with a daring move up the inside of Mercedes driver Hamilton and Esteban Ocon's Alpine.<br>But the hard tyres ...

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On the one hand, running alone on track, the massive flat-out sections and sequences of corners that wind their way through narrow barriers deliver a thrill like few other places.<br>As Valtteri Bottas let his Mercedes team know over the team radio during opening practice: “F**k, this track is cool.”<br>But beyond the fun factor, the speeds and challenge of the Jeddah circuit are not without ...

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Mazepin was forced to take evasive action at high-speed during final practice for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after closing on Hamilton, who was on a slow lap, through the blind left-hander Turn 8.<br>The stewards investigated the incident and gave Hamilton a reprimand, as well as fining Mercedes €25,000. It emerged that Mercedes had not warned Hamilton that Mazepin was closing up any time ...

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In the closing stages of FP3 at the Jeddah Corniche street circuit Hamilton was cruising around in the first sector while Mazepin was on a flyer behind him.<br>Through the blind Turn 8 Mazepin had to take avoiding action as Hamilton appeared unaware the Russian was closing in.<br>The stewards found that while Hamilton was told about Mazepin's position 10 seconds before the incident, he wasn't ...

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Mazepin, who owns the Uralkali company that is title sponsor of Haas, has offered to fund an incentive programme to help encourage staff to stay on board for next year.<br>Rather than change the terms of his sponsorship deal to help increase the team’s budget, he wants extra money to go direct to staff to help keep them motivated.<br>Mazepin’s son Nikita explained at the Saudi Arabian Grand ...

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A gruelling travel schedule with more regular triple-headers, allied to a 23-race calendar next year, has prompted a growing number of F1 regulars to look for job opportunities elsewhere.<br>Haas has not escaped losing a number of its staff who have decided against staying on for the long haul.<br>But with the American-owned squad needing as many good people on its books as possible as it bids to ...

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The high average speeds and sequences of flat-out and blind corners mean that drivers will have little warning if there's an accident ahead.<br>With the circuit's characteristics in mind, Sainz said drivers will have to rely on track marshals and race control to react quickly to incidents. <br>"Obviously, as a driver, you try not to think too much about this," said Sainz, when asked if he had ...

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F1 is a complex sport with a governing body – the FIA – making the rules, a promoter – FOM / Formula One Group – driving its commercial success and ten teams, all with their own agendas to throw into the mix.<br>Paddock politics can sometimes be just as interesting as the on-track action – check out the book, The Piranha Club, for some excellent insight on that. This is how all the ...

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Williams remains one of the great Formula 1 names and, despite its recent troubles, is still the fourth most successful team in terms of world championship race wins. Only towards the end of 2020 did the Mercedes steamroller surpass Williams' total of 114 victories.<br>Williams is still third (two ahead of Mercedes) on the pole positions list, while its record of nine constructors' titles (second ...

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Alpine announced last week that F2 championship leader Piastri would become its full-time reserve driver for next season after seeing fellow academy member Guanyu Zhou get the final seat on the grid.<br>Piastri - who leads Zhou by 36 points at the top of the F2 standings - had been linked with the Alfa Romeo seat, but explained that he did not personally have any talks with the ...

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Which track is similar to the one in Jeddah?<br>When comparing tracks, the Baku City Circuit probably springs to mind. Here too, high top speeds are achieved, but the average speed is significantly lower due to the many 90-degree, low-speed corners.<br>The flowing parts of the Jeddah's Corniche circuit might resemble Silverstone, with the additional benefit of having a banking of up to 12 percent ...

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It now takes around three seconds to change all four tyres on an F1 car and get it back out into the race. Blink and you will miss it. The speed is incredible – but it does not happen by chance.<br>pitstops are such a vital part of F1 strategy that the teams practice them a lot. Every element must come together, and the key to success is not just speed but consistency. So, exactly what does it ...

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The decision – which centred on the stewards' insistence that the new footage would not make them question their call to consider the incident an example of F1's 'let them race' principle – means Mercedes' request that the decision not to investigate Verstappen's aggressive defensive be re-examined will go no further.<br>Mercedes' decision to make an appeal to try and get the Interlagos ...

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Verstappen and Hamilton went wheel-to-wheel while fighting for the win at Interlagos last Sunday, leading to both cars going off at Turn 4 as Verstappen fought to hold on to the position.<br>Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolf called it "laughable" the stewards did not give Verstappen a penalty or even launch an investigation into the move, but it emerged that race control did not have access to the Red ...

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The unfamiliarity of the Qatar circuit puts a premium on the teams and drivers that can get on their ‘A game’ the quickest – or just get a lucky break with their simulated predictions.<br>Hamilton the new track master<br>Turning up to a new circuit is not like just playing on a different pitch – because even though teams work hard on their simulations, nothing compares to getting out on ...

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In Sunday's gripping grand prix at Interlagos Verstappen tried everything he could to keep the faster Mercedes of Hamilton at bay as the pair continued its hard-fought 2021 title battle, which is set to go down to the wire.<br>On Lap 48 Verstappen pushed Hamilton off the track at Turn 4 as the Briton attempted a pass around the outside. The pair both took to the painted run-off area before ...

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A representative from the Mercedes team is required to report to the FIA via video conference at 17:00 local time on November 18 as per a steward document issued on Wednesday ahead of the inaugural Qatar Grand Prix.<br>The FIA said the hearing is to determine whether Mercedes has the right to review the case, which would depend upon the Brackley and Brixworth-based outfit presenting “a ...

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Strategy is the key to success in F1. The days of going flat out to win are long gone and now, with tyre wear so important in races, drivers and teams have to be far cleverer than that.<br>Everyone loves an overtake, but often the deciding moments of a race don’t come from the cockpit, they come from pit wall.<br>In the same way that a football manager and the backroom staff use research ...

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F1 will stage its first race in Qatar this weekend after adding the Losail track to the calendar as a replacement for the cancelled Australian Grand Prix. It is also the precursor to a 10-year deal for the Qatar Grand Prix which will start in 2023.<br>Losail has been a mainstay on the MotoGP calendar since opening in 2004, but has not hosted a major single-seater championship since GP2 Asia raced ...

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Just hours after F1 released a cockpit view of the way Verstappen drifted wide at Turn 4 on lap 48 of the Interlagos race to push Hamilton wide, the world champion team has revealed it is taking the matter further.<br>In a short statement published on social media, Mercedes stated: "The Mercedes-AMG Petronas team confirmed that we have today requested a Right of Review under Article 14.1.1 of the ...

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The championship leader was fined €50,000 for touching Hamilton’s rear wing after he finished second to his title rival in conventional qualifying on Friday at Interlagos, with Hamilton’s car later failing the FIA’s post-session technical checks as its DRS was found to be opening the wing more than the permitted distance.<br>After an overnight investigation, the Brazilian Grand Prix ...

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