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MX2 Rider Replacement for Motocross of Nations Japan Team

September 13, 2019

Honda announced that Gouta Otsuka (T.E.SPORT) will be replacing Toshiki Tomita (Team Honda HRC) to represent Japan in the MX2 class in the inter-nation Motocross event, the Motocross of Nations.


Akira Narita, Toshiki Tomita, Chihiro Notsuka to Compete in Motocross of Nations

September 5, 2019

Honda announced that Akira Narita, Toshiki Tomita and Chihiro Notsuka will represent Japan in the Motocross of Nations, to be held in Assen, the Netherlands on Sunday, September 29.


Honda Announces Honda Racing THANKS DAY 2019 Overview

Spetember 3, 2019

Honda announced that it will hold its “Honda Racing THANKS DAY 2019” event at Twin Ring Motegi in Tochigi on Sunday, November 10, 2019.


Tim Gajser Wins 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship Title in the Premier MXGP Class

August 19, 2019

August 19, 2019 - Honda Racing (HRC) rider Tim Gajser (Team HRC) has won the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship in the premier MXGP (450cc) class.


Toni Bou increases his legendary status further with a 13th TrialGP world title

July 22, 2019

The Repsol Honda Team rider was today crowned 2019 TrialGP World Champion. Toni Bou, who triumphed in the French trial takes his tally of consecutive title wins to 13 in TrialGP, in addition to the 13 indoor trophies. 26 titles for the greatest rider in history!


First Win for Honda F1 in the Hybrid PU Era

July 1, 2019

On June 30, 2019, driving for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in a car using Honda’s RA619H Power Unit, Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix. This is Honda’s 73rd win in Formula One, the first since the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix and also the first in the current hybrid power unit era.


Honda at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019

June 28, 2019

This year, the Goodwood Festival of Speed runs from Thursday 4 July 2019 to Sunday 7 July 2019. Here is Honda’s full plans, including the electrifying stand design, the exciting activations on stand and the dazzling array of two and four wheel machines on the famous hill climb.


Honda Celebrates 60th Anniversary of World Grand Prix Participation

June 27, 2019

Since its beginning, Honda has strived to reach the pinnacle in its motorsports challenges. In 1954, to realize his dream of becoming the world’s best, company founder Soichiro Honda declared the company’s entry into the Isle of Man TT in the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix (WGP), the premier class at the time. For the next five years, Honda developed the racing machines, and on June 3, 1959, became the first Japanese motorcycle manufacturer to enter the Isle of Man TT. Since Junzo Suzuki, Naomi Taniguchi, Giichi Suzuki and Teisuke Tanaka rode their RC142 racing bikes in the 125cc class, 60 years have passed.