Honda The Power of Dreams



The challenge goes on - for progress in technology and for people
2019 marks Honda’s 60th anniversary of first racing at the Isle of Man T.T. Race. Since that race, Honda has been continuing pursuit of numerous racing challenges, with the intent of developing truly innovative technologies and cultivating excellent engineers through the process.

Honda motorcycle racing

Motorcycle Racing

In the 2019 season, Honda participated in 8 classes in 6 categories of Motorcycle World Championship racing, and the Dakar Rally.

In the MotoGPTM class of the FIM* Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix, Marc Márquez, the five-time World Champion who won the championship in 2018 for the third consecutive year will welcome Jorge Lorenzo, the three-time MotoGP World Champion, to the Repsol Honda Team and work together to capture the MotoGP “Triple Crown” for the team for the third consecutive year.

In the FIM Superbike World Championship (WSBK), Honda will strengthen its competitive structure by having Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) support Moriwaki Althea Racing.

*  FIM: Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme

Honda car racing

Car Racing

In the FIA* Formula One World Championship (F1TM) where Honda competes as a power unit supplier, Honda will begin supplying the power unit to Red Bull Racing in addition to Scuderia Toro Rosso. Honda will strive to further advance its power unit by supplying the power unit with the same specifications to two teams. In addition, Honda will continue to support drivers who take on challenges to move up to the F1 class, which includes young drivers who compete in the FIA Formula 2 Championship (F2) and the FIA Formula 3 Championship (F3).

* FIA: Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile