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21 January 1975 (44)
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John Campbell-Jones (21 January 1930)

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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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Vettel lost his win in Montreal thanks to a five-second penalty that he was given for having rejoined the track in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton off the circuit after he made a mistake at the first chicane on lap 48.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ferrari requests review of Vettel's Canadian GP penalty<br>Why right Vettel penalty shows what's wrong with F1<br><br><br>While Ferrari elected ...

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The Italian outfit had until this evening to confirm whether or not it intended to go through with its appeal against the five-second penalty that Vettel was handed for rejoining the track in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton off track.<br>But well aware that such in-race sanctions cannot be appealed, any effort to take the matter to the International Court of Appeal was always likely to ...

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Having taken his first pole position since the 2018 German Grand Prix – a race that was memorable to Vettel for all the wrong reasons – the Canadian Grand Prix was an opportunity to ignite some hope of resurgence into the Ferrari fans, but the race-defining incident on lap 48 has threatened to douse the dreams of a championship fightback.<br>Vettel’s turn three incident was rightly the point ...

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The penalty will drop Sainz from ninth on the grid to 12th.<br>It was prompted by an incident in Q1 in which Sainz blocked Albon's Toro Rosso through Turns 1 and 2, just after Albon had let the McLaren through while it was on a fast lap and he was preparing for a run.<br>"It is an incident I apologise for and the whole team apologises," said Sainz. "It ended up costing us three places."<br>The ...

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Mercedes' 'Phase 2' engine made its debut in Friday practice for the Canadian Grand Prix, although its drivers played down the performance step it would bring relative to chief rival Ferrari.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Upgraded engine won't match Ferrari's top speed - Bottas<br>Canadian GP: Leclerc quickest in FP2 as Hamilton crashes<br><br><br>Although it has dominated the V6 turbo-hybrid engine ...

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One of the key secrets to success in Formula 1 is in the continual technological advancements in the race fuels and oils. In partnership with Scuderia Ferrari, Shell is relentlessly pursuing these developments withtheir race fuels and oils to help make the differenceon track - and at an event like the Canadian Grand Prix, it’s an important path to take.<br>With numerous straights punctuated by ...

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A number of outfits are struggling this year to get tyres up to the right operating temperature, with Pirelli’s 0.4mm thinner tread having moved the ideal temperature range higher.<br>Ferrari believes that its failure to challenge Mercedes this season is down to the new tyre situation, which is why it is working on fresh ideas to help boost its performance in this area.<br>Pirelli's F1 racing ...

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With a number of teams, including Ferrari and Haas, struggling to get Pirelli's 2019 rubber in to the right operating window, there is a growing belief that higher downforce levels are needed to help push more energy through the tyres.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Pirelli puzzled by complaints over new F1 tyres' working range<br><br><br>That is one avenue that Ferrari in particular is looking at, with ...

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Although it has faced a difficult start to the current campaign, Renault is convinced that the baseline of its 2019 challenger is good enough to help it break free of the midfield battle over the remainder of the campaign.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ferrari is self-destructive, Renault is all talk<br><br><br>But as teams begin evaluating what changes to make for next year, Renault has revealed that ...

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The Finn had looked strong throughout practice for the Monaco Grand Prix, but lost out in the fight for pole position when dealing with traffic on his out-lap in Q3 meant his tyres were not in the best shape.<br>His hopes of challenging Lewis Hamilton for the win in the race were then dashed when he clashed with Max Verstappen in the pits and suffered a puncture.<br>Having slipped to 17 points ...

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Bottas was running second behind teammate Lewis Hamilton when the safety car was triggered early in the Monte Carlo race, and a slightly faster pitstop meant Red Bull released Verstappen into Bottas's path in the pitlane.<br>The two made contact and Bottas was forced to nudge the wall on his right-hand side, breaking his wheel and forcing him to make a second stop.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Monaco ...

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With Mercedes having delivered a record-breaking five 1-2 finishes at the start of the season, the German car manufacturer has opened up a comfortable lead in the world championship.<br>Although Ferrari still has faith that it can get itself back in the hunt by making improvements to its 2019 car, Webber thinks the situation does not look good for the Italian outfit.<br>Speaking to Sky Italia ...

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Resta was Ferrari's head of vehicle project coordination until the middle of last year, and had fulfilled the role of chief designer since the end of 2014.<br>He joined Ferrari customer team Sauber, which has become Alfa Romeo, to be its technical director on July 1.<br>However, as Ferrari seeks to improve its structure under new team principal Mattia Binotto, amid a problematic start to the 2019 ...

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Less than 20 minutes into the start of FP1, the FIA showed black flags to both Haas drivers – which meant they had to return immediately to the pits.<br>Although there was no official explanation from the governing body about why the drivers had been summoned to the garage, it later emerged that the move came after the team lost contact with the duo.<br>With Haas having no way of telling its ...

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The narrow confines of the street circuit does not only hinder overtaking but also ensures mistakes are thoroughly punished. <br><br>More Monaco F1 insights :<br><br>Monaco adds high-grip surface to chicane escape road<br>Mercedes to sport Lauda tribute branding in Monaco<br>Red Bull removes nose duct for Monaco GP<br><br><br>Some of the most memorable incidents include Derek Daly's 1980 crash ...

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Giovinazzi is the only non-Williams driver yet to score a point in 2019, while Alfa Romeo teammate Kimi Raikkonen is ninth in the championship with 13 points and a best finish of seventh.<br>Qualifying 18th and finishing 16th in the previous race in Spain marked Giovinazzi's worst results of the year.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen: "Very unfair" to judge Giovinazzi on start of ...

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On the back of the German car manufacturer’s record-breaking start to the season, which has seen it deliver five 1-2 finishes, few believe there is any chance of anyone beating Mercedes to the world championship this year.<br>And with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas clear of their challengers in Spain, talk of further gains with the W10 suggests the Silver Arrows could maintain their ...

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Kubica has trailed his rookie teammate Russell in every qualifying and race of the 2019 campaign so far, but insisted underlying aerodynamic differences between his and Russell's cars have made direct comparisons moot.<br>“It's clear that we are driving two different cars with the same set-up, so that is something we need to understand,” Kubica said earlier this season. “It's quite obvious ...

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Amid uncertainty over the long-term future of the current event at Interlagos in Sao Paulo, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro said that a switch of venues would happen in 2020 when the event moves to Rio. At a press conference, he announced that a deal had been signed with Rio’s governor Wilson Witzel and mayor Marcelo Crivella for the construction of a new track in the western Deodoro ...

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Last month Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff laughed off rumours he had been calling Verstappen and the young Dutchman's father Jos in a bid to lure him from Red Bull.<br>Verstappen, whose contract with Red Bull runs to the end of 2020, has also dismissed the speculation.<br>"Max has a contract and it's very clear what that position is," said Horner. "I'm totally confident that he'll be here next ...

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Russell's chassis had to be sent back to the Williams factory after it sustained a hefty knock from a kicked-up drain cover in opening free practice.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen: Drain cover incident made F1 look like "amateurs" <br>Top 10: Motorsport’s drain pain greatest hits <br><br><br>Following meetings over the weekend between deputy team principal Claire Williams and Baku F1 ...

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Russell ran over the manhole cover early in FP1, triggering a red flag that eventually led to a cancellation of the session.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>First Baku practice abandoned after drain cover drama<br>Russell to miss FP2 after manhole cover incident<br><br><br>Damage to the chassis which can be repaired back at the team's Grove base meant that he had to take the spare FW42 tub, which in turn ...

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The Alfa Romeo driver thinks the FIA should shoulder the blame for what happened, as he said the lost track time meant that everyone's day was "destroyed".<br>Russell struck a loose drain cover during the opening free practice, with the impact badly damaging his car and forcing Williams to build him a new chassis for Saturday.<br>The FIA later explained that the drain had come loose because of a ...

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