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Flashback: Jos Verstappen tests for Honda but fate is unkind

< ► > Two decades ago Jos Verstappen came close to leading Honda into Formula 1, but fate had other plans for the Dutchman and the dream drive never materialised, a tale worth telling at a time when his son Max will be powered by Honda as Red Bull also take a gamble on the Japanese auto giant. During his five years as a Benetton driver, Michael Schumacher had six different teammates, one of them was Jos, who did ten races as the German's number two in 1994, wherein he twice finished on the podium and scored ten points. In other words, he was a good driver. After his ten-race stint with the Italian team, Verstappen went on to drive for Simtek, Footwork, Tyrrell, Stewart, Arrows...
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