17 relations: Daihatsu Copen, Dome (constructor), Driver deaths in motorsport, Honda F20C engine, Honda L700, Honda Prelude, Honda S series, Honda S2000, Honda S600, List of automobile sales by model, List of Honda automobiles, List of Suzuka Circuit fatalities, Moriwaki Engineering, S800, Timeline of Japanese automobiles, 1968 Australian Tourist Trophy, 1972 Skipper Chrysler 6 Hour Le Mans.
The Daihatsu Copen is a 2-door roadster with an aluminium retractable hardtop built by the Japanese car company Daihatsu.
, literally "child's dream", is a Japanese-based racing car constructor, involved mainly in open wheel and sports car racing.
Due to the inherently dangerous nature of auto racing, many individuals, including drivers, crew members, officials and spectators, have been killed in crashes related to the sport, in races, in qualifying, in practice or in private testing sessions.
The F20C and F22C1 were inline-4 engines produced by Honda for use in the Honda S2000.
The L700 was a commercial station wagon from Honda.
The Honda Prelude is a sports coupé which was produced by Japanese car manufacturer Honda from 1978 until 2001.
The Honda S series is a series of sportscar by Honda.
The Honda S2000 is a roadster that was manufactured by Japanese company Honda from 1999 to 2009.
The Honda S600 is an automobile manufactured by Honda.
This is a list of automobile sales by model.
Honda has produced the following cars, SUVs, and light trucks.
This article lists the fatal accidents that happened in the Suzuka Circuit, a motorsport race track that is operated by Mobilityland, a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., located in Suzuka City in the Mie Prefecture of Japan.
Moriwaki Engineering is a Japanese manufacturer of speciality high performance products and motorcycle accessories.
S800 may refer to.
This is a list of automobiles produced for the general public in the Japanese market.
The 1968 Australian Tourist Trophy was a motor race staged at the Mallala Race Circuit in South Australia on 29 January 1968.
The 1972 Skipper Chrysler 6 Hour Le Mans was an endurance motor raceJohn Crawford, Porsche 6-Hour Double, Racing Car News, July 1972, pages 58-61 for Sports Open, Sports Closed, Improved Production Touring Cars & Series Production Touring Cars.