McLaren's F1 engines are on Twitter, and they're weird

What, you expected quasi-sentient Honda V6es to be normal?


There's a lot of weird crap on Twitter, so I guess it only makes sense that Honda would give the race engines from McLaren's two F1 cars their own accounts.

No, this isn't a joke:

The Honda power units that drive the are now on Twitter. will be behind & the @hondapu22.

— Honda Racing F1 (@HondaRacingF1)

What do F1 engines do when they join Twitter? They get weird.

Here's what Jenson Button's V6 had to say in its first tweet:

And here's the Magnusson/Alonso engine's "Hello World" message:


Ever since then, it's just been more grandiose crazy talk from both.


I feel my core slowly turning with pure excitement, for my time approaches.

— AXL (@hondapu14)

Maximum revolutions achieved, I feel so free, why be limited?

— AXL (@hondapu14)

Awake. What is that I see?

— AXL (@hondapu14)

What? 15,000 rpm. I am capable of so much more.

— AXL (@hondapu14)


It's all fun and games until they go full Skynet and start taking out rival drivers.

That said, maybe HondaPU14 can clear up exactly Alonso said after his crash...

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Motorsports