Modern F1 Engines Should Sound Like This 1.5-Liter Honda V12

Honda was extremely good at building small engines in the 1960s.

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Honda was extremely good at building tiny engines in the 1960s. Its knowledge was gained from building four-stroke motorcycle racing engines, and translated to F1. The RA272's 1.5-liter V12 made around 230 hp and revved easily to 11,500 rpm. It sounds amazing.

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