It's got to be good being Jenson Button. The 2009 Formula 1 champion's chassis builder, McLaren, just partnered with engine supplier Honda for the 2015 racing season, reprising the engine and chassis combo that won four championships between 1988 and 1992, three of which were claimed by Ayrton Senna.
The McLaren Honda heritage isn't lost on the team, whose red-accented livery offers a subtle nod to the red-and-white color scheme made famous during Senna's seasons.
And yesterday, Button got to slide behind the wheel of a restored MP4-6, the chassis that carried Senna to seven victories in 1991.
We don't know if Button got to take to the track in the classic F1 racer. Even if he didn't, the chance to sit in such a hallowed place in motorsports history would be special enough for most of us. We still daydream about the MP4-6 that once graced the lobby of the R&T office.