• Honda RA271

The Honda RA271 was a Formula 1 chassis designed by Yoshio Nakamura and Shoichi Sano led by Soichiro Honda to Honda Racing F1 Team.

This was the first Formula 1 car designed by a Japanese team, was powered by a V12 engine, considered one of the most powerful of the time; and was driven by Ronnie Bucknum. However, this chassis was used only three times in 1964, but the car was the basis for the car that won the Grand Prix of Mexico 1965.