You could see that the dominance of Infiniti Red Bull Racing over the past four seasons was one of the most impressive when it comes to the eras that have been a part of Formula One’s history. But there is only one beast that tore through a season unlike any other: McLaren-Honda MP4-4.
In 1988, this car, powered by a 1.6 litre V6 turbocharged engine, won all bar one of the sixteen Grand Prix that season, and saw a new addition to the ranks of champions in the form of the late Ayrton Senna.
It also bore major significance, as Ron Dennis aligned himself with the Japanese automotive giant to go for major success, with Senna’s relationship with Honda bringing a further dynamic to the...
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