Marc Marquez and Pol Espargaro launch the Repsol Honda 2022 team livery as the start of a new season is fast approaching.
The 2022 season begins with renewed motivation for the Repsol Honda team. Despite struggles on and off the track in 2021, there have been some incredible highs and celebratory moments over the past 12 months, including one pole position, three wins and five overall podiums. 2021 saw the triumphant return to competition of Marc Marquez, returning to victory 581 days after his last victory and Pol Espargaro achieved his best MotoGP race result and took his first pole position aboard the RC213V.
Marc Marquez enters 2022 fully recovered from the diplopia that prematurely ended his 2021 campaign. The last two injured seasons have not appeased his hunger and the eight-time world champion is also determined to fight for the title during his tenth season with the Repsol Honda team than in his first season. Since moving to the premier class in 2013, Marquez has won six MotoGP World Championship titles, won 59 races, finished on the podium 99 times and claimed pole position 62 times, all with the iconic Repsol Honda team. These are all numbers #93 aims to increase in 2022.
Pol Espargaro enters his second year with the Repsol Honda team after a learning year in 2021. A pole position at the British GP and the achievement of his best result in the premier class to date with a second place in the GP of Emilia-Romagna were undoubtedly the highlights of a year. full of steady and steady progress and growth for the 2013 Moto2 World Champion. aims to bring further success to the Repsol Honda team.
Honda HRC celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2022 and it’s a year of change. Along with a new logo, Honda’s four-wheel competition efforts have been brought together under the iconic HRC banner. A revised livery adorns a heavily updated 2022 Repsol Honda Team RC213V – the machine a new concept from Saitama as they aim to return to their position at the top of the motorcycle racing world. New aerodynamics have been designed to complement the revised chassis and improved engine for 2022.
2022 marks the 28th year of collaboration between Honda and Repsol, the iconic colors always present at the top of the MotoGP World Championship grid since 1995. With 15 World Championships, 452 first class podiums and 183 race victories, the team Repsol Honda remains the most decorated team in Grand Prix racing and the benchmark for two-wheeled motorsport.
After a successful test in Sepang, Malaysia, Marc Marquez and Pol Espargaro are now preparing for a new challenge at the Mandalika circuit in Indonesia with the Repsol Honda team. Both riders will have three more days of riding before the start of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar on Sunday 06 March.
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