Honda shows its fun side as CEO takes to the track


By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Few auto makers boast a CEO who can demonstrate his company's racing vehicles at speeds of 292 km (181 miles) an hour. Honda Motor Co. is one of them. On Tuesday, Takeo Fukui, president and chief executive of Japan's third-biggest car maker, pulled off a publicity stunt that had spectators applauding as he squeezed out of Honda's BARf-1 racing car after doing laps around the test track. The demonstration at Honda's ...

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