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Soichiro Honda's love of victory helped launch a small company into a racing giant. At age 22, Mr. Honda himself, using a converted Curtis Wright aircraft engine, set a Japanese speed record hitting 75 mph. Honda Racing was born. Below are just a few milestones Honda Racing has achieved over the past 50 years.
Honda races in Isle of Man TT
Honda wins Isle of Man TT
Honda enters Formula One®
Richie Ginther drives to Honda's first Formula One victory at Mexican Grand Prix
Honda wins Constructors' Championships in all five motorcycle Grand Prix classes
Honda leaves Formula One
Honda returns to Formula One
Peter Cunningham of RealTime Racing pilots a Honda CRX Si to the first of his nine SCCA Pro Racing Drivers' Championships
Honda wins its sixth consecutive Formula One Manufacturers' Championship
Honda Performance Development, the North American motorsports arm of American Honda, opens its doors for business in Santa Clarita, CA
Honda enters American open-wheel competition in the CART series
Andre Ribiero records Honda's first CART race victory at New Hampshire
Jimmy Vasser wins the first of six consecutive CART Drivers' Championships for Honda
Honda-powered Gil de Ferran establishes a world closed-course speed record with a lap of 241.428 miles per hour during qualifying for a CART race at California Speedway
Honda claims "Triple Crown" of IndyCar championships
Honda becomes single engine supplier to the IZOD IndyCar® Series
Acura wins its debut in sports car racing, taking the LMP2 championship at the 12 Hours of Sebring
Acura becomes the first manufacturer to win both American Le Mans Series prototype championships during the same season
HPD launches the Honda Racing Line program to support grassroots amateur racers
Competing under the HPD banner, Strakka Racing wins the LMP2 championship in HPD's first appearance at the 24 Hours of Le Mans
Dario Franchitti of Target Chip Ganassi Racing wins his third consecutive IndyCar Drivers' Championship, and takes fourth overall Sixth straight season Honda was the single engine supplier of the IZOD IndyCar Series with no engine-related failures in the Indianapolis 500® race
Dario Franchitti claims his third Indy 500® victory, joining elite racing history
HPD celebrates its 20th anniversary and records its 200th IndyCar victory when Scott Dixon wins at Pocono Raceway.
Ryan Hunter-Reay's first Indy 500® victory is the second Honda-powered Indy win in 3 years and 10th since 2003.
Graham Rahal charged through the season, building confidence and wins along the way, eventually challenging for the series title in the final race.