Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) has announced that RCB (Racing Boy) has join its Repsol Honda team as a new partner for the next three seasons in the MotoGP World Championship.
Established in 1995, RCB specializes in the development and production of aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories. RCB joins as an Official Sponsor of the Repsol Honda Team as the team look to defend the Triple Crown (the riders, team and constructor championships) with Marc Marquez and the newly signed Jorge Lorenzo.
Based in Malaysia, RCB products are well known in the market of South East Asian countries for their innovation to design and develop motorcycle parts & accessories that are technically and cosmetically great. From the national championships of South East Asia and to the MotoGP World Championship, RCB products are widely used in racing.
The technologic and learnings from racing are transferred to the variety of products created for the consumer market. The Malaysian company is the latest sponsor to join HRC in MotoGP, RCB logo set to appear on the rear of the Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo’s RC213V machines throughout the 2019, 2020 & 2021 season. Their range of products can be viewed here.
HRC Director – General Manager Race Operations Management Division
“We would like to welcome RCB to HRC and the Repsol Honda Team in MotoGP. RCB is a familiar brand with the Honda family in South East Asia. RCB collaboration with HRC and the Repsol Honda Team will further strengthen both brands presence in the market and for our company; the South East Asian market is one with an incredible passion for racing. 2019 will be another season where we push to our maximum to fight for the title once again.”
CEO of RCB
“We are honoured to be invited by HRC to be an Official Sponsor of Repsol Honda MotoGP Team. RCB’s collaboration with Honda in South East Asian countries has been fruitful. This new partnership with the most prestigious and successful team in MotoGP is something RCB fans & customers can be proud of. We look forward to fruitful partnership with many more titles.”
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