The Honda HRC team have unveiled their new livery which is largely unchanged.
Following from an impressive first season in the WorldSBK championship with 1 podium in Aragon Race 2, Team HRC have unveiled their livery ahead of the 2021 season where the team hopes to build on their 2020 campaign scoring more podiums and possible wins with their competitive package and additional testing time. The team have hired ex-rider Leon Camier as the team manager as he hangs up his suit and boots stepping into the shoes as a team boss for the first time in the team he raced for in 2018 and 2019.
The team has also gained Motul as a sponsor which will provide the team with some of the best possible lubricants and oil to fight at the front.
Leon Camier: Team Manager, Team HRC: “It was a hard decision to make the move from rider to team manager, but this opportunity to work with Honda and Team HRC made it significantly easier. I have a long experience in the WorldSBK championship and feel I can contribute to this exciting project. Last year was not easy for anyone as we know, and the development of the CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE, a brand-new bike, was of course affected by the pandemic and the limited testing time. The bike was obviously pretty special though, immediately very fast, and a lot of work has now been done behind the scenes in recent months on every aspect of the bike. I think we can expect to make a good step as we fight for the best possible results.”