HRC Repsol Honda Team 2019

Since becoming a major sponsor of HRC Repsol Honda in MotoGP in 2013 Yuasa have enjoyed unprecedented success with the team. During this time star rider, Marc Marquez has won a staggering 35 GPs and scored 62 podium finishes en route to his record-breaking four MotoGP world championships. Yuasa’s core values are reliability, quality and performance and our partnership with Repsol Honda strongly mirrors this.

Lining up alongside Marc is new team mate Jorge Lorenzo who joins HRC Repsol Honda from Ducati. With 11 years in MotoGP™ under his belt, 31-year-old Jorge, who is also from Spain, has won three MotoGP world championships and 47 races in the class. The ‘two great champions with great talent and high hopes will make a stronger team and contribute to the development of HRC’.

Yuasa will be continuing sponsorship with HRC Repsol Honda for the 2019 season and will be hoping to secure another teams’ and riders’ championship.



Marc Marquez

Nationality: Spanish
Date of Birth: 17/02/1993
Place of Birth: Cervera, Lleida, Spain
Championship statistics
Current Bike: Repsol Honda RC213V
Number: 93
MotoGP Debut: Qatar, 2013
Career history
2018: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 1st overall, 9 wins
2017: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 1st overall, 6 wins
2016: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 1st overall, 5 wins
2015: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 3rd overall, 5 wins
2014: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 1st overall, 13 wins
2013: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 1st overall, 6 wins
2012: Moto2, Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol, 1st overall, 9 wins
2011: Moto2, Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol, 2nd overall, 7 wins
2010: 125cc, Red Bull Ajo, 1st overall, 10 wins
2009: 125cc, Red Bull KTM, 8th overall
2008: 125cc, Repsol KTM, 13th overall
2018: MotoGP Champion
2017: MotoGP Champion
2016: MotoGP Champion
2014: MotoGP Champion
2013: MotoGP Champion
2012: Moto2 Champion
2010: 125cc World Champion

Jorge Lorenzo

Nationality: Spanish
Date of Birth: 04/05/1987
Place of Birth: Palma, Spain
Championship statistics
Current Bike: Repsol Honda RC213V
Number: 99
MotoGP Debut: Qatar 2008
Career history
2018: MotoGP, Ducati, 9th overall, 3 wins
2017: MotoGP, Ducati, 7th overall, 0 wins
2016: MotoGP, Movistar Yamaha, 3rd overall, 4 wins
2015: MotoGP, Movistar Yamaha, 1st overall, 7 wins
2014: MotoGP, Movistar Yamaha, 3rd overall, 2 wins
2013: MotoGP, Yamaha, 2nd overall, 8 wins
2012: MotoGP, Yamaha, 1st overall, 6 wins
2011: MotoGP, Yamaha, 2nd overall, 3 wins
2010: MotoGP, Fiat Yamaha, 1st overall, 9 wins
2009: MotoGP, Fiat Yamaha, 2nd overall, 4 wins
2008: MotoGP, Repsol Honda, 4th overall, 1 win
2007: 250cc, Fortuna Aprilia, 1st overall, 9 wins
2006: 250cc, Fortuna Aprilia, 1st overall, 8 wins
2005: 250cc, Fortuna Aprilia, 5th overall, 0 wins
2004: 125cc, Caja Madrid Derbi Racing, 4th overall, 3 wins
2003: 125cc, Caja Madrid Derbi Racing, 12th overall, 1 win
2002: 125cc, Caja Madrid Derbi Racing, 21st overall, 0 wins
2010: MotoGP World Champion
2012: MotoGP World Champion
2015: MotoGP World Champion
2006: 250cc World Champion
2007: 250cc World Champion


Vehicle Specifications

Overall length 2052mm
Overall width 645mm
Overall height 1110mm
Wheelbase 1435mm
Road clearance 115mm
Weight As per FIM regulations
Engine type Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC 4 valve, V-4
Displacement 1000cc
Maximum power Over 180 KW
Frame type Aluminum twin-tube
Wheels 17 inch
Suspension Front - Telescopic fork / Rear - Pro-link
Fuel tank capacity 22 litres
Chassis For 2017 the chassis has been modified in its rigidity balance and designed to reach the maximum compatibility between turning and stability. The twin-spar aluminium chassis is immensely light and yet provides the ideal stiffness and strength characteristics required to contain and deliver more than 180kw from the RC213V’s engine to the rear tyre. As well as strength, the chassis features the right amount of carefully designed flexibility to enhance tyre grip.
Engine We adopted 4 cylinder “V” engine with 1,000 capacity to RC213V which can exploit maximum power of 1,000cc keeping duration for 18 races in season with 7 engines. We have reviewed all the details of the new engine, making it lighter, more power and rider-friendly characteristics.
Suspension The RC213V is fitted with Ohlins suspension front and rear. Providing the essential link between wheel and chassis, the suspension’s job is to keep the tyre in contact with the ground and producing maximum grip as the machine hits the thousands of bumps and ripples encountered on every lap. It’s a crucial link in the performance chain and for this reason both Repsol Honda riders have a dedicated Ohlins technician assigned to him.
Bodywork The lightweight carbon-fibre bodywork plays an important role in making the RC213V as aerodynamic as possible. The 2016 RC213V has a modified fairing to reach the maximum compatibility and performance between handling and drag.
Tyres MotoGP tyres are supplied exclusively by Michelin. Each rider is permitted to use a maximum of 22 slick tyres, 14 wet tyres and 6 intermediate tyres during each grand prix weekend.
Brakes Carbon fiber front brakes are provided by Brembo. For rear disk and front disk under wet conditions the RC213V relies on Yutaka steel brake disks.


March 10

VisitQatar Grand Prix

March 31

Gran Premio Motul de la República Argentina

April 14

Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas

May 05

Gran Premio Red Bull de España

May 19

SHARK Helmets Grand Prix de France

June 02

Gran Premio d'Italia Oakley

June 16

Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

June 30

Motul TT Assen

July 07

HJC Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

August 04

Monster Energy Grand Prix České republiky

August 11

myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

August 25

GoPro British Grand Prix

September 15

Gran Premio Octo di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

September 22

Gran Premio Michelin de Aragón

06 October

PTT Thailand Grand Prix

October 20

Motul Grand Prix of Japan

October 27

Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

November 03

Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

November 17

Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana