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Honda gives Max his first taste of old school F1

Ahead of this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, Max Verstappen was offered an opportunity to sample a bit of Honda's glorious heritage. The Red Bull Racing driver was entrusted with Honda's RA272, a car that delivered to the Japanese manufacturer its first F1 win, achieved in Mexico in 1965 thanks to Richie Ginther. And it was a first for Verstappen. "It was the first time that I was driving a real old-school racing car," said the Dutchman. "I was happy to fit in."
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