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Sato proud to show off Borg-Warner Trophy at Motegi

More than 20,000 Japanese fans, along with luminaries from across Honda's motorsport platforms including Jenson Button, Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, were on hand to celebrate Takuma Sato's Indy 500 victory in May and the Borg-Warner Trophy's first overseas visit at the Honda Racing THANKS DAY event at Motegi on Sunday. The trophy was joined by Sato's Indy-winning car on display in a garage, with Sato also putting the car through its paces with some demonstration laps. "Honda Racing THANKS DAY is about the fans and all their passion and loyalty," Sato said. "It was historic for the Borg-Warner Trophy to leave the United States for the very first time ever, and come to...
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