The late Ayrton Senna's iconic lap of Suzuka in 1989 has been faithfully brought back to life by sound and light in an ad.
Senna was controversially disqualified from the race itself after a collision with rival, nemesis, and McLaren-Honda team-mate Alain Prost, but his brilliant qualifying lap for that year's Japanese Grand Prix became one of the iconic moments in Formula One.
The flamboyant Brazilian's best qualifying lap of 1:38.041 was over one-and-a-half-seconds quicker than Prost's, putting him on pole for the race.
By way of a tribute, Japanese manufacturer Honda has launched a new commercial, bringing that brilliant lap to life using sound and light.
Thanks to data stored by the Prost's team, the ad has recreated the motion and engine sound for the flying lap - with no actual car on the road.
It is a quite spectacular feat, and has proved very popular with Senna fans - although World of Sport is sure Prost supporters will find way to criticise.