The racing in the Honda N-One Owner's Cup isn't what you'd call "fast," but I'm still entertained by what's going on here. This has been the most charming racing series on the planet.
As a name of a kind, it is a one-make series for the Honda N-One, only in Japan only. With a turbocharged 660cc inline three-cylinder cranking out 64 horsepower, a CVT gearbox, and a tiny, square body, the N-One is designed to be a practical city that homage to the original Honda N600. What it was most assuredly not designed for wheel-to-wheel competition, but people will race anything that moves, so to some folks, the N-One is a race car.
The series is sanctioned by Honda itself and it's open to anyone with an N-One and a Competition license from the Japan Automobile Federation. Cars must be fit with a roll cage and a tow hook, while the driver must wear a full fire suit with a HANS device. Once the car is stickered up, it's good to go. The cars even run on regular old street tires.
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In the US, we'll just have to watch videos of the massive grids or tiny cars and dream.