The Super Aguri SA08 is a Formula One racing car with which Super Aguri F1 competed in the 2008 Formula One season. The 2008 Super Aguri is based on a re-worked RA107 chassis used unsuccessfully by Honda F1 in the 2007 Formula One season. Unfortunately for the team, this meant an immediate lack of pace similar to the Honda car used last year, as evidenced by the fact that the team qualified last in the first three grand prix.
Super Aguri originally planned to unveil their 2008 challenger, the SA08, in Barcelona on 19 February but due to financial problems they had to postpone the launch and replace it with a Q&A session with the media which was later cancelled itself. On 10 March, just before the Australian Grand Prix, team boss Aguri Suzuki revealed that their 2008 challenger would be unveiled on March 14 during Friday practice.
The car competed in four Grands Prix before the team withdrew from F1 due to financial problems. Its best result was a thirteenth place for Takuma Sato at the Spanish Grand Prix.