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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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