Say what you will about Honda, the company still knows how to make the hairs on the back of my neck stand at full attention. Case in point, "The Sound of Honda." Sound engineers carted a mountain of audiovisual equipment to Japan's Suzuka Circuit with a singular purpose: to recreate the experience of sitting in the stands in 1989 as Ayrton Senna whipped around the track.
The stunt took place at night, with timed lights tracking the sound's progress around the racetrack. The effect? Mesmerizing. Turn up the volume, press play, and wait for the goosebumps.