Honda Motorcycles Celebrates 100 Wins in MotoGP Class







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: June 17, 2014
Categories: Honda, Honda Racing

Honda Celebrates 100 Wins in MotoGP Class

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With Marc Marquez’s win on 15th of June at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Honda Racing Corporation has reached the milestone of 100 victories since the introduction of the four-stroke MotoGP category at the start of 2002.

The wins have been accrued across thirteen 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 era, Honda celebrates seven Constructor’s Championships (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013) and five Rider’s Championships (2002, 2003, 2006, 2011, 2013).

Honda riders have won MotoGP class Grands Prix as follows:

  • 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
  • 2003 Japan, Spain, Italy, Czech, Portugal, Brazil, Malaysia, Australia, Valencia

15 – Casey Stoner

  • 2011 Qatar, France, Catalunya, Britain, USA, Czech, Indianapolis,
  • 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 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 Giberna

  • 2003 South Africa, France, Netherlands, Germany
  • 2004 Spain, France, Czech, Qatar

5 – Marco Melandri

  • 2005 Turkey, Valencia
  • 2006 Turkey, France, 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, Japan

1 – Tohru Ukawa

  • 2002 South Africa

Toni Elias

  • 2004 Portugal

Andrea Dovizioso

  • 2009 Briten