Racetrack was the model for new sporty roadster

July 1999
Automotive News;7/5/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5827, p22
Trade Publication
Interviews Honda executive chief engineer Shigeru Uehara. Includes Formula One racing engineers as part of the team that developed the S2000 sports car.


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