The Honda RA302 was produced by Honda Racing, and introduced in France during the 1968 Formula One season. The car was built on the orders of Soichiro Honda to develop an air-
It would only appear in one race, the 1968 French Grand Prix at Rouen-
A second RA302 was built, with slight modifications, earmarked for Surtees to drive at the next race, but when Surtees again refused to drive it, Honda decided to pull out of Grand Prix racing and did not return as a constructor until the 2006 Formula One season with the Honda RA106. The RA302 intended for Surtees at the Italian Grand Prix is now shown at the Honda Collection Hall.
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Type: RA302E (C-
Number of cylinders: 8
Configuration: 120° v
Power: 390 bhp