Why McLaren and Honda would make a great team again

Why McLaren and Honda would make a great team again

As Formula 1 closes in on a new engine formula for 2014, Tony Dodgins makes a case for reuniting McLaren and Honda - two giants of grand prix racing's past back in a time when turbochargers last ruled the landscape of the sport

Sebastian Vettel likening his Brazilian GP gearbox handicap to that suffered by Ayrton Senna in 1991 gave us another opportunity to witness that slightly surreal bit of footage as Ayrton finally achieved his ambition of winning a grand prix in front of his adoring home faithful.

Almost as spooky as it being 20 years ago, was Ayrton's banshee-type wailing as he crossed the line, afflicted by cramp and muscle-spasming.

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