Welcome to Repsol Honda Team – MotoGP
After a brief stop in Indonesia to meet his numerous local fans at a Pull&Bear store in Jakarta, Marc Marquez headed to Malaysia to join his team at the Sepang International Circuit, which will play host to the third and final back-to-back flyaway race this Sunday. Having been innocently involved… read more.
Marc Marquez taking pole position at Phillip Island is nothing new, but it was not easy today for the 2018 MotoGP World Champion to secure his fifth consecutive pole at the track (equalling Casey Stoner’s five poles in a row). Tricky weather conditions, including occasional rain, low temperatures and cold… read more.
The action on day one of the Australian Grand Prix was delayed until long after Moto3 FP1 was red-flagged seven minutes into the session. Stefano Nepa’s bike suffered a problem and spilled liquid on track, requiring an extensive clean-up job, while a strong downpour further complicated the situation. Consequently, the… read more.
After clinching the Riders’ Championship at Twin Ring Motegi with record-breaker Marc Marquez, the Repsol Honda Team has left Japan and is headed toward Australia, chasing a record 24th Constructors Title, which would also be Honda’s seventh in the past eight years. With a 47-point lead and three races remaining… read more.
After winning his seventh World Championship, Marc Márquez reviews the keys that allowed him to win the MotoGP crown for the third consecutive year. Marc Márquez made history once again at the Japanese Grand Prix, winning his fifth MotoGP title at the first available opportunity. His targets for the season… read more.
Marc Marquez took an incredible victory at Twin Ring Motegi today, becoming the 2018 MotoGP World Champion with three races to go, in front of Honda President and CEO Mr Takahiro Hachigo, who joined him on the podium. After starting from the sixth spot on the grid, Marc was immediately… read more.