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21 January 1975 (47)
Jud Larson (21 January 1923)
John Campbell-Jones (21 January 1930)

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13th (2006 Australian Grand Prix)
18th (2006 Malaysian Grand Prix)
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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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2006 Takuma Sato
Franck Montagny
Sakon Yamamoto
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Following the conclusion of the 2022 F1 season in Abu Dhabi two weeks ago, the focus of the sporting world has been on Qatar, which is hosting the FIFA World Cup.
Qatar has come into criticism over its human rights record and the treatment of migrant workers in the construction of the stadiums for the tournament, as well as its laws against the LGBTQ+ community.
F1 first raced in Qatar last ...

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For its first year as Aston Martin after the rebranding of Racing Point, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel arrived for the final two seasons of his F1 career. For 2023, his seat will be taken by Fernando Alonso, another all-time great who ditched Alpine in favour of Aston Martin.
Engineering talent has arrived from throughout the grid, bolstering a team that, after years of punching ...

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With car designers always keen to make mirrors interfere as little as possible with airflow over the car, the FIA has long had to push hard to enforce their size and position on safety grounds.
But for such a high-tech sport like Formula 1, it seems almost amazing that it is still relying on such an old-school concept of fixed mirrors that have been an ever-present on cars since they first ...

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Perez and Leclerc started the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix level on points in the fight for the runner-up spot in the F1 drivers' world championship, knowing whoever finished ahead would take second place behind title-winner Max Verstappen.
As the race unfolded, Perez was hunting down Leclerc having committed to a two-stop strategy with his rival holding track position ahead of him in second place on a ...

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The F1 Commission met in Abu Dhabi on Thursday to discuss a number of potential changes for F1 moving forward, the meeting including officials from the commercial rights holder, the FIA and all 10 teams.
One of the matters that was discussed was the possible introduction of tougher power unit penalties moving forward in a bid to stop tactical changes.
Under the current system, drivers have a ...

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Speaking at the Financial Times and Motorsport Network’s Business of F1 Forum at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Ben Sulayem said that efforts were being ramped up to help improve diversity at all levels.
But beyond female-only categories, such as W Series and a new championship that is being lined-up by FOM for younger women, the FIA thinks that there should be wider scope for changes at the ...

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Russell laid the groundwork for his maiden grand prix win with victory in Saturday's 24-lap sprint race, which yielded him de facto pole for Sunday's race.
The 2018 Formula 2 champion took a commanding lead at the start, his victory chances boosted by a clash between teammate Lewis Hamilton and world champion Max Verstappen.
Regardless of the melee behind him, Russell delivered a measured ...

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Polesitter Russell powered clear at two safety restarts to avoid a battle with his teammate, who he was free to race, as Hamilton recovered from his fall to eighth after tagging with 2021 rival Verstappen in what was an action-packed penultimate round of the campaign at Interlagos.
With Red Bull's day getting worse when Sergio Perez was stuck on the wrong tyre for the final stint, Ferrari could ...

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Norris stayed away from the track on Thursday after experiencing a bout of food poisoning, and the team had Nyck de Vries waiting on standby.
However, Norris was able to drive on Friday and took an encouraging fourth place in qualifying.
In Saturday's sprint, he slipped back to seventh, but he achieved the team's target of losing out only to the cars of the top three teams while also ...

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Gasly is just two penalty points away from an F1 race ban following a string of incidents so far this season, and spoke earlier this week about finding the situation "embarrassing."
But Gasly will be back in the stewards' room this evening after he was summoned for allegedly driving too slowly during the reconnaissance laps to the grid ahead of the sprint race.
Race director Niels Wittich's ...

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With both championships long settled and the end of an intense season to date within sight, Brazil was hardly being hyped up as being a big weekend for Formula 1.
In fact, in the lead-up to the start of qualifying, I was discussing with some friends how this season feels like it has dragged on, particularly since Max Verstappen clinched his second title and made the remaining rounds dead ...

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This weekend’s third and final sprint event of 2022 has reopened the debate about the attraction of sprints.
World champion Max Verstappen has, in particular, been especially critical about the concept as he has long not been in favour of the shorter Saturday races.
He reiterated his stance in Brazil on Thursday when he said one of the big negatives of the sprints was that drivers were ...

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Ricciardo has confirmed he will not be racing in F1 next year after losing his McLaren seat, but the eight-time grand prix winner remains focused on staying in the paddock by taking up a reserve role.
Ricciardo has been linked with possible reserve roles at Red Bull and Mercedes since his exit from McLaren was confirmed, but he is yet to make any formal announcement about his 2023 ...

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Latifi has two races remaining with Williams before ending his three-year stint at the team after announcing their split back in September.
The Canadian driver has always maintained that he is open to a number of possible racing options next year, but has been strongly linked with a potential switch to IndyCar.
2023 is set to be the first year since 2018 that Latifi has not enjoyed some kind ...

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The test, to be held on the Tuesday following the final race of the season, will feature two cars per team. Race drivers will run the definitive 2023 Pirelli tyres in one car, and rookies will drive the other.
Traditionally the Abu Dhabi running sees drivers who are moving teams for the following year gain their first experience with their new outfits, assuming that they have been able to ...

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Alonso and Stroll made contact at high-speed while going along the back straight during Sunday’s race at the Circuit of The Americas after the Aston Martin driver made a late defensive move to the left.
The resulting contact caused Alonso’s car to point skywards before coming back down onto the track, carrying damage that left him slowly returning to the pits. Alonso was able to continue ...

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In the two weeks since the controversial wet Japanese Grand Prix – where Max Verstappen ultimately emerged victorious in a shortened and at times farcical event – the FIA conducted an investigation into the safety procedures and calls made on that day.
Ahead of practice at this weekend’s race at Austin, the FIA released its Suzuka report – with the key findings being that its race ...

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Russell says he only fully got back to speed in qualifying, where he earned sixth place, just behind teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Both drivers will gain two spots for Sunday’s race thanks to penalties for Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez, and thus they will start third and fourth.
Mercedes has brought a new front wing to Austin, but the silver cars were still 0.6s shy of pole man Carlos ...

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Anger from the F1 drivers erupted at the Japanese GP when a recovery crane came on to the track to retrieve Carlos Sainz's stricken Ferrari after he crashed in heavy rain during the start of the race.
Pierre Gasly said he feared for his life after driving past the crane unsighted while trying to catch up with the F1 pack behind the safety car, having picked up debris from the Sainz crash and ...

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The appearance of a crane on the circuit after Carlos Sainz’s first lap crash in the Japanese GP led to immediate calls from drivers to avoid a repeat in the future, with many of them citing Jules Bianchi’s awful crash in the 2014 event that tragically led to his death in July 2015.
Since this year’s Suzuka race, F1’s drivers have been talking amongst themselves and individually with ...

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Running along the side of the cockpits of the MCL36, and obvious from the onboard cameras, are innovative dynamic digital panels that change to display a range of different sponsor logos.
The possibilities opened up by this new technology in the commercial savvy world of F1 are endless, and it's almost certainly something the sport will embrace as teams looks ...

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In the wake of Carlos Sainz's opening lap crash on the run out of Suzuka’s hairpin, marshals sent a recovery truck onto the circuit to help retrieve the stranded Ferrari.
With memories still fresh of the incident at the 2014 Japanese GP, where Jules Bianchi suffered injuries he would later succumb to after hitting a similar crane in a run-off area, there was widespread unease in the paddock ...

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After the washouts that led to both the Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix being delayed because of downpours, F1 drivers are convinced that a better solution can be found to help get track action resumed as soon as it is safe enough.
They believe that just using F1's safety car to judge water levels on track is far from ideal, as its performance and the amount of spray it throws up is not ...

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The safety car emerged at the end of the first lap following Carlos Sainz's accident.
Gasly had to pit at the end of the lap for a new nose after hitting debris left on track following Sainz's accident, where the tractor was attending it.
The red flag then came out and it was the speed that he continued to carry as he drove back to the pits, while still stunned that he'd see the crane on the ...

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Verstappen clinched the 2022 F1 drivers’ championship with victory in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix, gaining the required points advantage after Charles Leclerc’s five-second time penalty dropped the Ferrari driver to third.
The early title win with four races remaining is a stark contrast to Verstappen’s maiden championship win last year, which was only secured on the last lap of the ...

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