Tagged: Ayrton Senna, honda, Suzuka
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Here’s a cool video Honda put on their YouTube channel yesterday. They rigged up speakers and lights around Suzuka to recreate Ayrton Senna lapping the circuit in a McLaren-Honda in 1989:
There’s also a ‘behind the scenes’ video, but it’s in Japanese:
Wow. Nice project. Kind of eerie though!
I agree @meander, very eerie! It must have been surreal being at the track and hearing those characteristic throttle blips once more…
That is beyond cool!!!
Somehow, I feel the Japanese long for Ayrton pretty much in the same way the own Brazilians do. It´s very nice to see that a driver can have such an effect on a whole other culture!
Props to Honda for doing this!
On a very geeky point, the layout of the chicane was different then, so they must have made some kind of change to compensate for that…
They put up a special site for it to in both Jpn and Eng
Awesome. Just… awesome.
Love this series of videos…
I asked a mate to watch them and translate as best possible.. here’s the output in English:
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