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Expensive present for Verstappen at Honda event

Max Verstappen's long trip to Japan for the Honda Thank Day was certainly not in vain. The world champion got behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car there for the last time this year and he received a nice present. Article continues under ad With tens of thousands of fans in the stands, Honda chief Seiji Kuraichi expressed his immense appreciation for Verstappen's two world titles with the Honda-powered Red Bull. He then handed the Dutchman the keys to a grey Honda NSX Type S, as an added bonus for his achievements. Read more LIVE | Verstappen and other F1 drivers present at Honda Thanks Day | Max receiving the Honda NSX Type S as an congratulations gift for winning his second World...
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