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Another double podium marks end of successful season for Repsol Honda


Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa overcame tricky conditions to secure first and third at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana, delivering Repsol Honda the Team’s premier class World title. read more »

Marquez marginally ahead in morning Warm Up

Thursday, 1, January 1970

MotoGP™ World Champion Marc Marquez showed his pace again on Sunday morning in Valencia, lapping 0.059s ahead of Pol Espargaro and 0.073s in front of Jorge Lorenzo in the WUP session.

MotoGP™ brothers in arms – a sibling history

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alex Marquez (Estrella Galicia 0,0) has the chance to make history on Sunday by joining his brother Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) as a World Champion. Never before have two brothers won World Championships in motorcycle Grand Prix racing.

Saturday morning sees Marquez on top again at Valencia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Marc Marquez was the fastest rider on track in MotoGP™ FP3 at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana, ahead of Pol Espargaro and Jorge Lorenzo at the top of the timesheet.

Positive feelings for homecoming champion Marquez

Thursday, 1, January 1970

MotoGP™ World Champion Marc Marquez led the field on Friday at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana, whilst his Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa was fifth overall.

Marquez the pace setter as final round gets underway

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The MotoGP™ FP2 session saw Marc Marquez on the pace at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana, with Andrea Dovizioso and Aleix Espargaro also amongst the top three. Marquez was also the fastest ride on the combined timesheets from FP1 and FP2, in front of Jorge Lorenzo and Dovizioso.

Honda claim 63rd Constructor’s Championship in Sepang

Thursday, 1, January 1970

With Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez winning in Malaysia, Honda Motor Company have won a record-extending 63 Constructors Championship across all classes.

Marquez delighted to return to top step of the podium

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez claimed his 12th win of the season at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, equaling Mick Doohan’s record of most wins in a season.

Marquez leads Warm Up ahead of penultimate race of 2014

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Despite riding through the gravel after running off track at one point Marc Marquez led the way in morning Warm Up at Sepang, ahead of Jorge Lorenzo and teammate Dani Pedrosa.  

Superb Sepang pole time from record breaker Marquez

Thursday, 1, January 1970

MotoGP™ pole position at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix went to Marc Marquez, who notched a new premier class record 13th pole of the year. Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo join him on the front row after the Q2 battle.

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Repsol Honda Team Information:

After the astounding retirement of Casey Stoner at the end of 2012, in stepped a new protégé Marc Marquez to make his debut alongside Dani Pedrosa, who was in his eighth season at Repsol Honda. What a debut season it was for Marquez as he delivered the title in his rookie campaign, becoming the youngest ever premier-class World Champion in the process. Marquez and Pedrosa ride together once more in 2014, on a strong RC213V package provided by the might of HRC.

Team Management

  • Shuhei NakamotoHRC Executive Vice President
  • Livio SuppoTeam Principal
  • Takeo YokoyamaTechnical Director

Marc Márquez Crew

  • Santi HernándezRace Engineer
  • Carlos LiñanChief Mechanic
  • Carlo LuzziElectronics Engineer
  • Gerold BuchnerData Engineer
  • Roberto ClericiMechanic
  • Andrea BrunettiMechanic
  • Jordi CastellàMechanic
  • Javi OrtízMechanic

Dani Pedrosa Crew

  • Mike LeitnerRace Engineer
  • Christophe LeonceChief Mechanic
  • José Manuel AllendeElectronics Engineer
  • Ramón AurínData Engineer
  • Masashi OgoMechanic
  • Emanuel BuchnerMechanic
  • Mark BarnettMechanic
  • John EyreMechanic
  • Bike Info
  • Engine 1000cc V4, liquid-cooled, pneumatic valves, 4 valve DOHC
  • Power Over 230 hp
  • Top Speed Over 350 km/h
  • Chassis Aluminium twin-tube
  • Bike Honda RC213V
  • Suspension
  • Front Telescopic fork (Öhlins)
  • Rear Pro-link (Öhlins)
  • Brakes
  • Front Carbon fiber (Brembo)
  • Rear Yutaka steel disk (Brembo)