STATEMENT FROM CASTROL HONDA WORLD TOURING CAR TEAM
Today (January 20), we can confirm that the partnership between Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team and Rob Huff had come to an end.
We would like to thank Rob for his contribution to the team in 2016. During the winter of 2015/16, we underwent a significant restructure as part of the plan to increase the competitiveness of the Civic WTCC.... View details ⇨
Wishing 2009 Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button a very happy 37th birthday.
Jenson joined the Honda Racing Family in 2003 with the BAR team and took his first three F1 poles and his maiden grand prix racing victory with Honda power. After a spell away, he returned in 2014 with McLaren-Honda Formula 1 Team and has recently become test driver for the British-based squad.
Trawling through the picture archive from FIA WTCC 2016, we came across this.
To be honest, we're not sure whether this is Rob Huff and Michelisz Norbert analysing telemetry with ace Data Engineer Szabolcs Juhasz, or Szabi being forced to click 'play' on 'Keyboard Cat' for the 50th time.
Wishing Honda Racing Family legend Bobby Rahal a very happy 64th birthday.
Bobby became the first driver to run a Honda Racing/HPD engine in Champ Car competition at Surfers Paradise in 1994 and his IndyCar Series team, Rahal Letterman Langian Racing, has run Honda engines since 2003.
In that time, RLL has won seven races including the 2004 Indy 500, while Bobby also owns a Honda dealership... View details ⇨
Sending the very best of wishes to our works #Hondaracingfamily riders from the Monster Energy Honda Racing Team, Ricky Brabec Racing, Joan Barreda, Paulo Gonçalves and METGE Michael as they begin their quest for victory on the Dakar Rally today.
In total, 10 Hondas will tackle the two-week event in South America with six privateers joining the quartet of works riders.