If you have any affinity for motorsports and Formula 1 at all, then this stunning video is a must watch. Here’s Honda paying tribute to the sport’s best known and undisputedly most talented driver of all time, the great Aryton Senna, in a way that is unheard of before.

Sound of Honda – Ayrton Senna 1989 is a visual and aural recreation of the late three-time world champion’s spectacular qualifying lap for the unforgettable 1989 Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, where he set a time that was one and a half second clear of his teammate and championship rival, Alain Prost.

Honda used thousands of speakers and light fixtures calibrated with Senna’s telemetry data to duplicate the iconic lap in dramatic fashion. There was no car on the track, but the enormity of the achievement was duly felt. Honda and McLaren will be teaming up in F1 again in 2015, so this tribute also serves as a timely reminder to fans of the great partnership they once had.

What a lap. What a driver. There’s truly no other.