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Geneva 2008: Honda F1 RA300 and RA108

by Noah Joseph (RSS feed) on Mar 6th, 2008 at 8:02AM

Click above for high-res gallery of Honda's 1967 RA300 and new RA108 Honda has a long history in grand prix racing. The sport's first Japanese team debuted with its own home-grown chassis and engine in 1964, taking its first victory in only its second year in Formula One at the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix. The original RA271 was replaced by the RA300 at the 1967 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, which John Surtees won on its maiden race. Honda withdrew from Formula One in 1969, supplied engines to various teams between 1983 and 1992 and again with British American Racing in 2000, which Honda had... Read More

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