Do the guys behind beloved Japanese automotive series just hang out and be awesome all day? The short answer is "yes," but don't take
our word for it—here's another piece of evidence to support the theory. We apologize for the lack of subtitles, but you'll forgive us when you see Keiichi
Tsuchiya wringing an S800, one of Honda's coolest (and highest-revving, with a 9.5k redline) cars, around a track.
Stick around, and you'll catch another Honda classic getting put through its paces. The CBX1000 is a twin cam, 24-valve I6-powered superbike that debuted
in 1978. The headers on this baby alone should be enough to snap you into consciousness.