Honda's HM Plant deal

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Honda’s top BSB team will continue to carry their HM Plant livery for at least the next three years, after the firm committed to a new sponsorship deal.

HM Plant Chairman John Jones has said that his company will continue to be Honda Racing’s title sponsor until the end of 2009, the deal covering all aspects of Honda Racing’s activities including BSB, pure road racing, motocross and powerboat racing.
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In 2006 HM Plant Honda won the BSB title with Ryuichi Kiyonari, Honda’s first title success in the blue riband class of British racing in 20 years.

Other HM Plant Honda successes last year included: John McGuinness’ four TT race wins plus a new outright lap record, Steve Plater scored two wins on an HM Plant Honda at the North West 200 and Ken de Dijker won the MX1 class of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship.

Hebburn-based HM Plant has backed the official Honda Racing team since 2004 and is the UK’s official distributor of Hitachi construction equipment.

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff