Honda's 2002 to 2014 journey to 100 MotoGP™ wins

Sunday, 15 June 2014

With the win by Marc Marquez at the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, Honda Racing Corporation have reached the milestone of 100 victories since the introduction of the four-stroke MotoGP™ category at the start of 2002.

The wins have been achieved by 13 riders in total: Dani Pedrosa (25), Valentino Rossi (20), Casey Stoner (15), Marc Marquez (13), Sete Gibernau (8), Marco Melandri (5), Nicky Hayden (3), Max Biaggi (3), Alex Barros (3), Makoto Tamada (2), Tohru Ukawa (1), Toni Elias (1) and Andrea Dovizioso (1).

Along with the 100 victories in the MotoGP class, Honda have celebrated seven Constructor’s Championships (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013) and five Rider’s Championships (2002, 2003, 2006, 2011, 2013).

The breakdown of races won per Honda rider can be found below:

25 – Dani Pedrosa (2006 – China, Britain. 2007 – Germany, Valencia. 2008 – Spain, Catalunya. 2009 – USA, Valencia. 2010 – Italy, Germany, Indianapolis, San Marino. 2011 – Portugal, Germany, Japan. 2012 – Germany, Indianapolis, Czech, Aragon, Japan, Malaysia, Valencia. 2013 – Spain, France, Malaysia)

20 – Valentino Rossi (2002 – Japan, Spain, France, Italy, Catalunya, Netherlands, Britain, Germany, Portugal, Brazil, Australia. 2003 – Japan, Spain, Italy, Czech, Portugal, Brazil, Malaysia, Australia, Valencia)

15 – Casey Stoner (2011 – Qatar, France, Catalunya, Britain, USA, Czech, Indianapolis, Aragon, Australia, Valencia. 2012 – Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, USA, Australia)

13 – Marc Marquez (2013 – Americas, Germany, USA, Indianapolis, Czech, Aragon. 2014 – Qatar, Americas, Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Catalunya)

8 – Sete Gibernau (2003 – South Africa, France, Netherlands and Germany. 2004 – Spain, France, Czech and Qatar)

5 – Marco Melandri (2005 – Turkey & Valencia, 2006 – Turkey, France and Australia)

3 – Nicky Hayden (2005 -USA. 2006 Assen, USA), Max Biaggi (2003 – Britain, Pacific GP. 2004 – Germany), Alex Barros (2002 – Pacific GP, Valencia. 2005 – Portugal)

2 – Makoto Tamada (2004 – Brazil and Japan)

1 – Tohru Ukawa (2002 – South Africa), Toni Elias (2006 – Portugal), Andrea Dovizioso (2009 – Britain)

 

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