The NSX Prototype Will Be Going Up the Hill at Goodwood
Mar 21, 2014 12:57
This year's edition of the Goodwood Festival of Speed will see Honda's upcoming NSX hybrid supercar go up the hill. It will be joined, at the bottom of the hill, by “a 1989 3.0-litre NSX, once driven by Ayrton Senna himself, and a 2005 3.2-litre, illustrating the original model’s rich history and development.”
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