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'''Sho Tsuboi''' (born May 21, 1995 in Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese racing driver best known for his appearances in [[Formula One]].
 
'''Sho Tsuboi''' (born May 21, 1995 in Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese racing driver best known for his appearances in [[Formula One]].
  
Tsuboi joined [[Toyota]]'s junior system in 2015 and was named the team's reserve driver ahead of their return to Formula One in [[2020_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2020]]. Tsuboi replaced multiple time World Champion [[James James Davies]] in a race driver for the final three races of the season.  
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==[[Formula One]]==
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===[[2020_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2020]]: [[Toyota]]===
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Tsuboi joined [[Toyota]]'s junior system in 2015 and was named the team's reserve driver ahead of their return to Formula One in [[2020_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2020]]. Tsuboi replaced multiple time World Champion [[James James Davies]] in a race seat for the final three races of the season.
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===[[2021_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2021]]: [[Mansell]]===
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Tsuboi was loaned to Aeroflot BR Mansell Engineering in [[2021_Alternate_Formula_One_season|2021]] by virtue of their new Toyota engine. Teaming with [[Artem Markelov]], Tsuboi and the Mansell team were a promising package in the early races of the season - finishing second in a Mansell 1-2 at the [[Argentine Grand Prix]] followed by a maiden win for himself in the following [[Indian Grand Prix]].
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Latest revision as of 15:36, 26 March 2020

Sho Tsuboi (born May 21, 1995 in Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese racing driver best known for his appearances in Formula One.

Formula One

2020: Toyota

Tsuboi joined Toyota's junior system in 2015 and was named the team's reserve driver ahead of their return to Formula One in 2020. Tsuboi replaced multiple time World Champion James James Davies in a race seat for the final three races of the season.

2021: Mansell

Tsuboi was loaned to Aeroflot BR Mansell Engineering in 2021 by virtue of their new Toyota engine. Teaming with Artem Markelov, Tsuboi and the Mansell team were a promising package in the early races of the season - finishing second in a Mansell 1-2 at the Argentine Grand Prix followed by a maiden win for himself in the following Indian Grand Prix.