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GALLERY: Sato, Borg-Warner Trophy visit Japan

The Borg-Warner Trophy has returned back to the United States from Japan after its first-ever departure from the country. Tens of thousands of Japanese fans and stars from Honda's motorsports family, including Jenson Button, Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, were on hand as Takuma Sato was celebrated for his Indy 500 win during a two-week tour. "It's been an amazing two weeks with the Borg-Warner Trophy," said Sato, who drew a large crowd at Motegi for the Honda Racing THANKS DAY event, which featured the trophy and some demonstration laps. "It's special having so much support from the fans from east to west – it's been a busy trip but such an incredible experience. I'd like...
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