Repsol Honda team rider starts San Marino Grand Prix weekend the fifth, with Dani Pedrosa twelfth.
After the cancellation of the British GP race, the Repsol Honda Team riders head to the San Marino GP, the thirteenth round of the MotoGP World Championship.
After a meeting between the riders, IRTA and Dorna, it was decided that the races would not go ahead, due to the rain and track conditions. It was considered that it was not possible to ride safely.
The Repsol Honda Team riders complete the first day in Austria with Márquez and Pedrosa in fourth and sixth place, respectively.
Having passed the halfway mark of the competition, the Repsol Honda Team riders have two weeks of time off. Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa take use this time to be with family and friends, do sport and enjoy the good weather.
In 2006 and 2007, a very young Marc competed in the FIM CEV after winning two Championship titles in Catalonia. Let’s take a look back at the rider from Cervera’s journey in this World Championship launchpad.
The vehicles sponsored by Repsol are some of the most exceptional machines around. Each and every one of them could be considered an elite athlete in its particular sport. To find out more about their strengths, let’s take a look at which vehicle out of the MotoGP RC213V, Juan Velarde’s Edge 540V2 aeroplane, the Trial Honda Montesa RT4, and Isidre Esteve’s Sodicar BV6 car takes away the gold medal in this one-of-a-kind sporting event.
The words Satu Hati have graced the side of the Repsol Honda Team bikes since 2010. What meaning does this Indonesian expression hold for us?
Second position for reigning World Champion, who extends his lead in the overall standings after the Catalan Grand Prix. Dani Pedrosa gains six positions to finish fifth.
In the hours before the start of the Catalan Grand Prix, the Repsol Honda team riders surprised the locals and the occasional tourist when strolling through the streets of Barcelona and visiting some sights. But was it them or were they lookalikes?