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Honda Vintage Culture Revives with Collection Celebrating the 1983 F1 Season

A new collection of officially licensed clothing has been released to celebrate the return to sport in 1983, just as Honda is set to withdraw from F1 again at the end of the season.

The collection is inspired by the colorful Honda team gear of the 1983 F1 season.They may also sue To Max Verstappen Fans thought it was similar to the Dutch flag and his current Honda engine.

The collection is limited to just four items, but they all look pretty good. There are T-shirts, polo shirts, hoodies (currently sold out), and Honda F1 Racing Team logo stickers.Honda Vintage Culture Honda And vintage culture. Their partnership follows a similar partnership that brought apparel inspired by the brand’s first stint in F1 between 1964 and 1968.

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Fifteen years later, in 1983, Honda returned to sports. When first testing a turbocharged V6 engine, the team returned to full competition in 1984, marking the automaker’s most successful period in F1. Honda engine Won the Constructors’ Championship every year from 1986 to 1991.

This collection is by enthusiast and designer Patrick Calello, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Officially licensed from.

“We are building on the success of the Honda F1 collection of the 1960s and we are pleased to introduce a collection inspired by the 1980s for racing and Honda brand fans,” said the founding of Vintage Culture. Carrero says.

Items include participating Honda dealers, enthusiasts’ stores, and Honda Vintage Culture Website.
 Honda Vintage Culture Revives with Collection Celebrating the 1983 F1 Season

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