Marc Marquez took a brilliant 70th career win today at the Malaysian Grand Prix, earning Honda the 2018 MotoGP Constructors title. The success marks a record 24th Premier Class Constructors trophy for the Company and its seventh in the past eight years.

This year the prestigious achievement was claimed thanks to the points earned by 2018 World Champion and Repsol Honda Team rider Marc Marquez, LCR Honda Team rider Cal Crutchlow and EG 0,0 Marc VDS rider Franco Morbidelli.

Newly crowned Moto3 World Champion Jorge Martin’s success today won Honda also the Moto3 Constructor Title bringing the tally for the Company to 69 over all classes 

Honda’s 24 Constructors World Championships in the Premier Class

  • 1966 500cc (RC181 four-stroke)
  • 1983 500cc (NS500 two-stroke)
  • 1984 500cc (NS500/NSR500 two-strokes)
  • 1985 500cc (NS500/NSR500 two-strokes)
  • 1989 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1992 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1994 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1995 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1996 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1997 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1998 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 1999 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 2001 500cc (NSR500 two-stroke)
  • 2002 MotoGP (RC211V four-stroke)
  • 2003 MotoGP (RC211V four-stroke)
  • 2004 MotoGP (RC211V four-stroke)
  • 2006 MotoGP (RC211V four-stroke)
  • 2011 MotoGP (RC212V four-stroke)
  • 2012 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)
  • 2013 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)
  • 2014 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)
  • 2016 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)
  • 2017 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)
  • 2018 MotoGP (RC213V four-stroke)

Honda tops the rankings as the most successful Manufacturer ever, with 69 Constructors Titles across all classes 

24 x MotoGP/500cc Constructors World Championships

6 x 350cc Constructors World Championships

19 x 250cc Constructors World Championships

18 x Moto3/125cc Constructors World Championships

2 x 50cc Constructors World Championships

Yoshishige Nomura

HRC President

“We are very happy for this new Constructors World Championship. Two weeks ago, we earned the Riders title in Japan with an amazing performance from Marc Marquez. He has been so consistent and fast all the season. Today he won again and we took our seventh MotoGP Constructors Title out of the last eight seasons, and our third in a row. It’s the 24th Premier Class Constructors crown for our Factory, which also tops the rankings as the most successful Manufacturer ever, with 69 Constructors Titles across all classes. Moreover, the numbers Honda has achieved are unprecedented in motorcycling racing: since 23 April 1961, when Thomas Edward Phillis took Honda’s first ever win in Montjüic, our history has been filled with victories, having reached 750 across all classes with Cal Crutchlow’s MotoGP win in Argentina this year.”