Isle of Man TT car and motorcycle partnership 2019

Honda UK comes back to the Isle of Man TT as both the official bike and vehicle accomplice to the world-well known cruiser street race. In doing as such, it will give a mix of CBR1000RR Fireblade SPs and Civic Type Rs to the race coordinators who screen the circuit all through passing and race-week, which gets in progress May 25 2019.

The declaration praises the rich history shared among Honda and the Isle of Man TT, which extends back sixty years.

For the third straight year the voyaging marshals will be prepared for prompt reaction to any episodes on track with the assistance of eight, tri-hued CBR1000RR Fireblade SPs.


For 2019 the famous Super Sport leader gets an updated hardware bundle that profits by HRC MotoGP’s info, honing on-track execution, making it the ideal foil for the marshals.

An eight-in number armada of liveried, Honda Civic Type Rs will be accessible for race coordinators for authority vehicle obligations, supporting Race Control in the upkeep of every single 37.73 mile.

Flaunting lap records at five noteworthy European circuits, including the Nrburgring, the multi-grant winning hot hatchback will be invited back by the race coordinators this year.

Neil Fletcher, Head of Motorcycles for Honda UK, commented:

“It will be great to see the Fireblade as a marshal bike in this legendary setting once again. The Isle of Man TT has had a huge hand in shaping Honda Motorcycles, so we’re proud and delighted to be contributing as an official partner, six decades on from Honda’s debut at the TT”.

Phil Webb, Head of Car for Honda UK commented:

“I’m looking forward to seeing the Civic Type R and Fireblade sharing official duties for the second year in a row. These cutting edge models demonstrate the breath of Honda, and we are delighted to support the TT in such a capacity once again”.

The 2019 Isle of Man TT takes place from the 25th May to 7th June, it will be broadcast on ITV4 in the UK and available through international broadcasters in places as far as the USA and Australia.

Source : Honda UK

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