Honda RA300

The Honda RA300 was introduced towards the end of the 1967 Formula One season. It retained the same V12 engine as the preceding RA273 car, but the chassis was designed by Lola’s Eric Broadley. This collaboration resulted in the machine quickly being dubbed the “Hondola” by the motorsports press. Broadley’s chassis was much lighter and sweeter-handling than the in-house RA273. The car initially performed impressively, however, the RA300 flattered to deceive, and one only once. It remains the only F1 car ever to take its single victory in its very first Grand Prix, and on the only lap it would ever lead. That said, no matter where it placed, the “waterfall” exhaust array will always be remembered as one of the RA 300s most distinctive features.

From Origins—The Stories Behind the Art, 14″ x 11″ mini-prints include a 1″ border to facilitate framing, are printed on the same paper as my larger archival prints and come numbered and signed.

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