- 2018 Schedule & Results 1-10
Marquez Aims for More History at Historic British GP
Aug 22, 2018
Marc Marquez goes into the British Grand Prix at the top of the 2018 MotoGP World Championship, aiming for another victory, after taking five wins, three second-place finishes and one third-place result as he works towards winning a fifth MotoGP crown.
Jorge Lorenzo and Repsol Honda Team Reach Basic Agreement for MotoGP Class Contract
June 6, 2018
Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) today announced that it has reached a basic agreement with Spanish rider Jorge Lorenzo (31 years old), who will sign-on with Repsol Honda Team as a factory rider to compete in the FIM Road Racing World Championship MotoGP class from the beginning of 2019 for two years.
Honda Achieves 750 Road Racing World Grand Prix Wins
April 9, 2018
On April 8, Honda extended its FIM Road Racing World Championship record to 750 wins at Round 2, the Argentine Grand Prix, held at Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo. Honda extended its record-setting achievement on the 70th anniversary of its competing in the Road Racing World Championship.
Pedrosa, Marquez and Crutchlow Continue Superb Preseason Form
February 19, 2018
Dani Pedrosa led the way, while fellow RC213V riders Marc Marquez and Cal Crutchlow finished a close third and fourth fastest, in MotoGP’s first-ever visit to Thailand for a three-day preseason test at the Chang International Circuit.
Pedrosa, Marquez & Crutchlow Make Great Progress at First MotoGP Test
Junuary 31, 2018
Reigning MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez, Dani Pedrosa and third HRC rider Cal Crutchlow worked tirelessly in the Malaysian heat, in their first track outing of 2018 with three grueling days of testing in tropical conditions at Sepang.
Honda Racing Corporation Announces Alberto Puig as Team Manager for Repsol Honda Team
Junuary 12, 2018
Honda Racing Corporation announced that Alberto Puig has been appointed as the new Team Manager at the Repsol Honda Team, beginning with the first MotoGP test of the year, at Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia.
MotoGP 2017 Review
Marquez Wins Second Straight Riders Title Taking His Tally to 4, Honda Takes Constructors and Team Titles for the Triple Crown
Marc Marquez entered the 2017 season as defending champion. For Honda, the season was a chance to take the triple crown for the first time in 3 years. Despite difficulties early in the season, the Hondas were strong througout the season, giving Honda the triple crown.