Max Verstappen caps title-winning weekend with Qatar Grand Prix victory
Oracle Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen wrapped up his Formula One world title-winning weekend at the Qatar Grand Prix with a dominant drive around the Losail Circuit to record his 14th victory of the 2023 season. Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing, supported by Honda as a Team Partner, won the race. Sergio Perez of the same team finished 10th.
Max Verstappen wins Austrian Grand Prix
Round 10 of the season Austrian Grand Prix took place at the Red Bull Ring. Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing, supported by Honda as a Team Partner, won the race. Sergio Perez of the same team finished 3rd. Scuderia AlphaTauri driver, Nyck De Vries finished 15th, Yuki Tsunoda finished 18th.
Max Verstappen wins Monaco Grand Prix for his fourth win this season
Round 7 of the season, Monaco Grand Prix took place at Circuit de Monaco. Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing, supported by Honda as a Team Partner, won the race. Sergio Perez of the same team finished 16th.
Honda to Participate in FIA Formula One World Championship from 2026 Season
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced plans to participate in the FIA*1 Formula One World Championship (F1) from the 2026 season as a power unit supplier. Honda has agreed to enter into a works partnership with the Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One® Team to supply power units compliant with the new F1 power unit regulations which will take effect in the 2026 season.
Honda Motor Co. (Middle East and Africa) launches the All New Honda ZR-V
Honda Motor Company (Middle East and Africa) announced the launch of the All New Honda ZR-V today. The Honda ZR-V is an energetic SUV that delivers an invigorating driving experience through a 1.5 i-VTEC Turbo engine, with a dynamic chassis and multilink suspension. This stylish sports coupe style SUV packs verve, vitality and versatility into every journey.
Verstappen and Perez Finish 1-2, Verstappen's Third Win of the Season
Round 5 of the season, Miami Grand Prix took place at Miami International Autodrome. Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing, supported by Honda as a Team Partner, won the race, with Sergio Perez finishing second.
Honda's Advanced and Sporty Model Line Up
At Honda, we’re not only pushing the limits, we’re laser focused on delivering the perfect fusion of ‘Advanced and Sporty’. Hear what the press has to say about our 2023 - 2024 ‘Advanced and Sporty’ line up.
HONDA TRIUMPHS AGAIN AT RED DOT DESIGN AWARDS
Honda has won two honors at the 2023 Red Dot Design Awards, for the all-new Civic and for the Civic Type R. Honda also celebrated a further Red Dot Design Awards win, for the CB750 Hornet.
Honda Motor Co. (Middle East and Africa) launches the Civic Type R!
Born from Honda’s unrelenting desire to redefine true sports performance and complete driving enjoyment, The Civic Type R has become a true icon throughout the world. Building on the human-centered approach to dynamics, design and usability applied, the Civic Type R is the fastest Type R ever!
Introducing Honda’s Dream
Honda has always designed for a future powered by our dream to live in balance with nature. It is a dream that, together, we can make into reality.
Scott Dixon dominates the Honda Indy Toronto. Colton Herta holds off Felix Rosenqvist to complete a 1-2 Honda result. Graham Rahal runs fourth, teammate Christian Lundgaard leads rookie contingent with eighth-place finish.
Honda Motor Co. (Middle East and Africa) launches “Advanced & Stylish” Next-Generation Honda HR-V
All-New HR-V is equipped for the first time with Advanced features like Honda SensingTM suite of active safety and driver assistive technologies. Next-generation HR-V is designed to have bold & stylish exterior appearance with fun SUV character. HR-V retains exceptional space, comfort and utility with underlying approach of “Man Maximum – Machine Minimum” design principle of Honda.
• Colton Herta prevails in treacherous, constantly changing conditions to win the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis • Simon Pagenaud completes 1-2 result for Honda • Marcus Ericsson claims fourth following late-race charge in heavy rain