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21 January 1975 (43)
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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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Haas protested Force India ahead of this weekend’s season finale because, it is understood, it contests it is wrong for its competitor to be running a car not of its own making. The VJM11 used by Force India is the design created and built by the original Force India entity that fell into administration over the summer and was reborn, and re-entered into the championship, as Racing Point ...

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Koskas will take over the Renault Sport Racing presidency, reporting to Renault’s group chairman and chief executive officer Carlos Ghosn, on January 1, 2019. A short Renault statement said Koskas would aim to “bring the team to the highest level of the discipline” and “ensure that Formula 1's contribution to Renault's brand awareness worldwide is strengthened”. Koskas was named ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen lost what looked like a certain victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix after crashing with Esteban Ocon while leading. While Hill believes that Ocon was primarily at fault in the controversial collision with Verstappen, he says that a more experienced driver would have left enough margin than the Red Bull driver did, and not become involved in contact. "There was ...

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The Frenchman's only hopes of remaining in F1 next year are with Williams, with the Grove-based outfit trying to put together the financial package needed to sign him as teammate to George Russell. But even if that plan does not come off, Ocon says that he and his Mercedes management have decided against looking to race in other categories. It is understood that Ocon was high on the list for ...

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Hamilton won four races in a row to put himself on the brink of the championship but Mercedes had problems in the United States and Mexico GPs. He clinched the crown last weekend finishing fourth, the first time he failed to stand on the podium since the Austrian GP at the start of July.  Hamilton said: “I still have work to do. I’ve still got to get back to the factory and rally the ...

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Verstappen and teammate Daniel Ricciardo were in a class of their own around the Mexico City circuit on Friday, finishing 1-2 in both sessions, with the high altitude helping the team's performance against Ferrari and Mercedes. But Verstappen's day ended in frustration when his car stopped out on track with an engine issue in second practice, prompting fears that he could be left on the ...

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Ferrari has not been convinced by the new floor idea so far, having abandoned it after practice in both Japan and America, but its decision at both races was influenced by poor weather conditions in practice leading to a lack of useful running. Although rolling back on its updates helped Ferrari deliver victory in Austin last weekend, the team still wants to understand more about the new floor ...

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