Ayrton Senna is perhaps most well-known for his successes in Formula 1 with the McLaren-Honda team, having won championships in 1988,1990 and 1991. The legend has inspired tribute films and productions in the past, and this is the latest.

Created by Robbert Alblas, the video showcases an NA1-generation Honda NSX with past footage of Senna projected in the background, driving both his Formula 1 car as well as the NSX on separate occasions. A red NA1 NSX is at the forefront, with close-ups and recorded excerpts of trackside sounds and Senna’s quotes on audio, eventually cutting to the car driven on road.

The three-time Formula 1 champion was also instrumental in the development of the first-generation NSX, and the video below offers perhaps a less polished, but more up close perspective of Senna as it offers a view of the man himself driving the pared-down NSX-R – complete with a view of the instruments, Senna’s footwork and therefore, the famous white socks and brown loafers.

The NA1 NSX started life with a 3.0 litre, naturally aspirated V6 which produced 270 hp and revved to beyond 8,000 rpm, with a major update in 1997 gifting it a larger, 3.2 litre V6 engine with 290 hp and a six-speed manual gearbox upgrade from the earlier five-speeder. The first-generation NSX underwent a facelift in 2002 to become the NA2, and was discontinued in 2005.

GALLERY: 2016 Honda NSX