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Watch: Honda show-off proud history in F1 ahead of first home race with Red Bull

Honda have made a nice animation ahead of their first home race with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing. This time all the important moments in the history of Honda are celebrated in Formula 1. Max Verstappen succeeds Richie Ginther (first victory of Honda in 1965), Ayrton Senna and Jenson Button. The finish line is never the end ゴールは、まだ先にある#PoweredByHonda pic.twitter.com/YwN6kAf4VE — Honda Racing F1 (@HondaRacingF1) 8 October 2019 Read more Verstappen involved in talks about Honda's future plans in F1 Lewis Hamilton expects three-way team battle in Suzuka 2019 Japanese Grand Prix preview - Can Mercedes seal 6th constructors title?
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