Honda Racing has rolled out the colours that Dan Linfoot, Jason O’Halloran and Jenny Tinmouth will use for the 2016 MCE British Superbike championship.
Taking the opportunity to use their trip to southern Spain’s Monteblanco circuit as the venue to launch the new colours, they were able to not only showcase them off nut also on track.
Running a similar red and black scheme to last season, there is nonetheless a significant change, as the previous high gloss instead moves to a matte finish – something that team boss Havier Beltran says will help the bikes stand out even more on track.
“We’re really pleased with how the 2016 Honda Racing livery has turned out this year, the CBR’s looked great last year on the TV and in photography, and this year’s subtle changes have really made the livery stand out. We’re also pleased to continue our strong relationships with all the sponsors we have on-board for 2016 and look forward to working with them this season.”
The team are joined at the Monteblanco by many of the Honda family, as the Endurance World Championship team of Freddy Foray, Sebastian Gimbert and Julien Da Costa and the Isle of Man TT team of Conor Cummins and John McGuinness (plus their Jackson Racing endurance teammates Steve Mercer and new signing David Knight) also take to track.