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Wednesday 2nd April, 2014 - 3:47pm

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Honda Motorcycles join Speedcafe.com as a platinum partner

Honda Motorcycles join Speedcafe.com as a platinum partner

Leading motorcycle brand Honda has jumped on board as a platinum partner with Speedcafe.com

Honda Motorcycles has enjoyed a long history of success with Australians in motorsport, with Mick Doohan winning each of his five 500cc World Championships on Honda machinery.

Wayne Gardner collected his 1987 world title for the Japanese manufacturer and more recently, Casey Stoner his second MotoGP World Championship.

Honda also played a big role in Daryl Beattie’s early international career, riding for the manufacturer in the 250cc class before moving up to the 500cc world championship in 1992 and 1993, when he recorded his first victory in the top class aboard an NSR 500.

Honda currently has one of the most dynamic programs in Australasian Superbikes with exciting 22 year-old talent Josh Hook and experienced campaigners Jamie Stauffer and Wayne Maxwell at Team Honda Racing.

“Honda Motorcycles is excited to be joining Speedcafe.com as a partner,” said Honda Motorcycles Marketing Manager, Glyn Griffiths.

“As a leading website in the auto industry, it gives us an opportunity to engage with a new audience.”

The Japanese giant joins the likes of fellow global companies Porsche, ARMOR ALL, Castrol EDGE, Dunlop, TATA Motors, PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions, Proton, Crimsafe and Coates Hire as Speedcafe.com Platinum Partners in 2014.

Honda joins Speedcafe.com following the launch of The Motorsport Survery 2014 last month.

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