Exhibition Overview for Round 15 Japan Grand Prix 2013 FIA F1 World Championship Series
From October 10 to 13, Round 15 Japan Grand Prix 2013 FIA F1 World Championship at Suzuka Circuit , Honda will exhibit the F1 cars of yesteryears at the Honda booth. To Honda, F1 has always represented a symbol of the spirit of challenge and passion for motor sports and this is in line with Honda rejoining F1 racing in 2015.
1990 MP 4/5B
The race cars on display includes the "Honda RA272", the first F1 machine which mounted the first F1 challenge, the "McLaren Honda MP4/5B", from the second period which gave Honda the 69 victories and the "Honda RA106", which marked Honda's return to F1 with a race victory in 2006 after 8 years of absence. These three machines symbolized each period of Honda's participation in F1.
In addition, Honda also invited Mr. Satoru Nakajima and Aguri Suzuki for the "Honda F1 talk show". Catch the exhibits of these Honda racers at the Japanese GP if you are there!
■ Exhibition car (planned)
1965 Honda RA272
Richie Ginther won the Mexico GP, the final round of the F1 World Championship in 1965, and brought Honda its first F1 victory. He led the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix from start to finish, and made the RA272 the first Japanese car to win a Formula One Grand Prix.
1990 McLaren Honda MP4/5B
MP4 / 5 machine had a naturally aspirated V-10 cylinder engine following FIA regulation changes and Ayrton Senna won his second drivers 'championship along with Honda winning the Constructors' title for three consecutive years.
2006 Honda RA106
In 2006, Jenson Button won the Hungary GP with the RA106, a machine Honda produced as a works' team.