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21 January 1975 (45)
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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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season teammate
2006 Takuma Sato
Franck Montagny
Sakon Yamamoto
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The P34 was the product of lateral thinking at Tyrrell in 1976, as it looked for a way to outsmart its rivals, most of whom were using the same Cosworth DFV engine and the Hewland gearbox. It featured four 10-inch wheels mounted at the front of the chassis, with the steering directly attached to the front axle, whilst a bell crank arrangement was used to steer the second.<br>It was also ...

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Formula 1's first race at Mugello had to be abandoned following an early safety car restart, when a number of cars in the middle of the pack collided on the start-finish straight.<br>With race leader Valtteri Bottas having left his acceleration until the last moment, the back of the pack appeared to have gone early – and the concertina effect triggered the crash.<br>As Magnussen braked to avoid ...

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Formula 1's first-ever race at Mugello lasted just two corners before being placed under a safety car due to a collision that eliminated Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly, both of whom made contact with Alfa Romeo's Kimi Raikkonen.<br>Valtteri Bottas had managed to take the lead from Mercedes teammate and pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap, and led the field away to restart the race on ...

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Albon qualified fourth for the Tuscan GP, 0.445s behind teammate Max Verstappen. Although he also started from that position at the opening race of the season in Austria he was actually fifth fastest on that occasion, and benefitted from a penalty for Lewis Hamilton.<br>Albon has struggled to get the best out of the car in qualifying this year, but he insists that he is getting more ...

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Perez announced on Wednesday that he would be leaving Racing Point at the end of the season after the team opted to sign outgoing Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel in his place.<br>It has left Perez considering his next move after not previously talking to any other F1 teams about a drive in 2021. Perez said that any F1 offer would have to be “the right package”, and that he would consider a ...

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In what could well be Formula 1's only visit to Mugello, the teams waste no time heading onto the 3.25-mile course. Even Mercedes and Red Bull abandon their normally relaxed approach to the start of FP1 and send their drivers out for early sighting laps. <br>For Lewis Hamilton, this is his very first experience of the Mugello track, as he explained in the pre-event press conference that he ...

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Current Haas F1 drivers Grosjean and Magnussen are both out of contract at the end of the 2020 season, and are yet to open talks with the team over a new deal.<br>Haas wanted to postpone any talks with drivers until committing to racing in 2021 by signing the Concorde Agreement, which was completed last month.<br>Team principal Steiner previously said that Haas was eager to secure multi-year deals ...

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Gasly capitalised on a red flag stoppage to rise from 10th in the first stint to line up third on the grid for the restart behind Lewis Hamilton and Lance Stroll.<br>Gasly was able to pass Stroll before inheriting the lead when Hamilton was forced to serve a stop/go penalty after entering the pit lane when it was closed during the first safety car period.<br>A late charge from McLaren’s Carlos ...

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McLaren driver Sainz chased Gasly relentlessly over the second half of the race at Monza, which was red-flagged when Charles Leclerc crashed heavily at the Parabolica, but he could not find a way to finish higher than second ahead of Lance Stroll.<br>Hamilton dominated the early stages, but a penalty for pitting when the pitlane was closed  dropped him to last and left him having to charge ...

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Gasly was already sixth fastest in the morning before moving up two spots in the afternoon as the fastest Honda-powered driver, ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.<br>His teammate Daniil Kyvat also showed some speed, taking fourth in FP2 before slipping to seventh in the quicker afternoon session.<br>“It's been the best Friday by far since the start of the season,’ said Gasly. “We were ...

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The Spaniard will replace Sebastian Vettel at Maranello next year, after signing a deal to move from McLaren before the start of the season.<br>But Ferrari's struggles this year have prompted some to suggest that the McLaren driver may have been better off staying where he is.<br>Earlier this week, F1's managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn suggested that Sainz could have reason to be ...

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The news comes shortly after the sale of the team to Dorilton Capital was announced, along with confirmation that the team has signed the new Concorde Agreement.<br>Claire Williams is to step down as deputy team principal of the outfit founded by her father Sir Frank in 1977.<br>It brings an end to a 43-year history in the sport for Frank Williams, whose team has won 114 grands prix and seven ...

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For the 2020 edition, to reinforce its dominant position, Mercedes brought out the big guns and arrived with a truck-load of new parts, ranging from new fins to bargeboards to rear wings and more.<br>Based on the dominant 1-2 finish Mercedes, the new aero parts clearly worked, so in this video Jake Boxall-Legge takes a look at the update package using our latest 3D animation of the W11, as well as ...

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A rear wheel became detached from Giovinazzi’s Alfa Romeo after he spun into the barrier early in the Belgian GP.<br>The wheel subsequently bounced back across the track and into the path of Williams driver George Russell, who was left with nowhere to go.<br>The issue of flying wheels was first addressed by the FIA with the introduction of tethers in 1999. Their spec was upgraded in 2004 ...

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Four-time F1 world champion Vettel will leave Ferrari at the end of the season after the team opted against renewing his contract beyond the end of the year.<br>Vettel has confirmed he previously spoke to Renault about a drive before the team's signing of Fernando Alonso, and also staged "loose talks" with Racing Point. Vettel continues to be closely linked to a seat with Racing Point for 2021 ...

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The 40-year-old is currently in his second season with Alfa Romeo, and neither the Finn nor his teammate Antonio Giovinazzi has yet been confirmed for 2021.<br>Asked if he will race in 2021, Raikkonen said simply: "I haven't decided yet."<br>Pressed on whether he could see himself driving for a team other than Alfa, he made it clear that first he would make a call on whether he will stay in the ...

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Cowell will leave Mercedes after 16 years with the company at the end of the season, having served as the managing director of Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrain (HPP) since 2014.<br>Cowell played an instrumental role in the development of Mercedes' V6 hybrid power unit that has helped power the team to six consecutive drivers' and constructors' championships since 2014.<br>"Mercedes is a ...

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Leclerc had been in contention to score some points at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya before his engine cut out after hitting a kerb in the final sector, causing him to spin.<br>While Leclerc was able to get back to the pits and have his seat belts re-tightened after not expecting to rejoin the race, Ferrari opted to retire the car, later citing an electrical issue as the cause of his ...

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Teams were informed last week by letter that the FIA wants to have one mode in use for both qualifying and the race, with the details to be confirmed by a technical directive that will be issued before the Belgian GP at the end of this month.<br>In effect the new ruling is intended to stop teams employing special qualifying modes for a few laps on Saturday afternoon, but it will also restrict the ...

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Ocon crashed into the wall towards the end of final practice for the Spanish Grand Prix after taking evasive action to avoid a slow-moving Magnussen between Turn 3 and Turn 4.<br>Magnussen was on a slow lap in a bid to cool his tyres, while Ocon was trying to get his tyres up to temperature after exiting the pits, explaining the speed difference.<br>Both the drivers ...

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Ocon crashed into the wall during the closing stages of FP3 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya while trying to avoid a slow-moving Magnussen on the run from Turn 3 to Turn 4.<br>As Magnussen slowed ahead following a hot lap, Ocon was forced to back off before spearing his car to the right and into the inside wall in order to avoid running into the rear of the Haas.<br>The stewards swiftly ...

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In the verdict published this morning, the FIA stewards who heard the case decreed that the Silverstone team was guilty of breaking the rules on listed parts by using the rear brake duct design of the 2019 Mercedes W10 on its 2020 car.<br>The team was docked 15 constructors' championship points and fined €400,000 in respect of the Styrian GP – where the first protest was lodged by Renault – ...

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Four-time world champion Vettel confirmed last month he is in "loose talks" with Racing Point over a drive for 2021 - when it will rebrands as Aston Martin - after Ferrari opted not to renew his contract beyond the end of the year.<br>Vettel would likely replace Sergio Perez at Aston Martin, given teammate Lance Stroll's father Lawrence is the owner of the team.<br>F1 photographer Mark Sutton ...

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The Russian was pitched into a spin when his right rear tyre appeared to let go at the high-speed Maggotts Corner on lap 12 of the race.<br>The AlphaTauri driver was unable to do anything to prevent his car smashing into the barriers on the outside of the Becketts complex. The incident brought out an early safety car.<br>While Kvyat did not believe a tyre failure had triggered the crash at the ...

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<br>The coronavirus pandemic has prompted F1 to radically shake-up its calendar in a bid to get enough races in, with venues that had been dropped by the sport years ago suddenly getting a fresh chance.<br>Such an opportunity for the older circuits will offer a fascinating insight into how well suited they are for delivering exciting battles in the modern era, especially compared to contemporary ...

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