If you are a racing fan, then you know or have heard of Ayrton Senna. Senna was a three-time F1 driver's champion during the eighties and early nineties, and was beloved by many. Sadly, Senna passed away in 1994 after an awful crash at Imola race track in Italy.
Recently Honda paid homage to Senna by setting up a number of speakers and lights around Japan's Suzuka circuit. You're probably scratching your head as to how speakers and lights would pay homage to Senna. Well, Honda used them to help simulate a lap done by Senna back in 1989. Check out the video - it's a moving tribute.