TOKYO (Reuters) – The driver punched the air as his red and white Honda McLaren roared over the finish line. It was Suzuka, Japan, 1988, and Ayrton Senna had just become Formula One world champion for the first time. The McLaren racing team and its engine maker, Honda Motor , were unstoppable that year, their drivers winning all but one of the 16 grand prix races.

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