Alonso, Marquez and Pedrosa enjoy the 'Honda Thanks Day' in Motegi

Honda has put an end to the season 2016, with the traditional
act ‘Honda Racing Thanks Day’
, a celebration in which all the pilots of the
mark meet in Motegi to enjoy a weekend dedicated to the fans. As
it is logical, in this act have been given an appointment the F1 drivers and MotoGP, as well as
the pilots who will defend the colors of the manufacturer in other disciplines and
categories such as the Trial, the IndyCar series or the Super GT. All in all, Fernando
Alonso, Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa have been three of the main
the end of the week.

During these days in Motegi is quite
usual Honda riders have the opportunity to test vehicles and
motorcycles of other categories
, and even some cars that have been made
story for Honda in the world of competition. Therefore it is nothing strange that
Fernando Alonso has tried the Honda RA302, single-seater that
used John Surtees and who is remembered for its iconic rear spoiler. Without
however, one of the funniest moments for the spaniard has been when Alonso has been at the controls of a Honda RC213 custom, giving several laps with Marc
Marquez at a good pace.


In this line, Stoffel Vandoorne has been especially
The belgian, who will debut as a pilot holder Honda in the World
Formula 1 in 2017 has been able to get to the controls of various single-seaters and vehicles
between that perhaps stands out the McLaren MP4/6. Jenson Button has not been
exception and has been uploaded to the Honda NSX Super GT japanese
, a
time with a certain morbid curiosity as many rumors have placed Jenson Button in the
contest japanese face-to-2017. The own Marquez had
some laps with the Honda NSX
, following the reverse path to Alonso.

All in all, one of the most anticipated moments for the
fans who have gathered in the stands of the Twin-Ring Motegi is
traditional kart race, first in pairs and then in competition
. A race in which the drivers of cars of Honda Racing have
imposed its law, any time that Takuma Sato has won. The pilot
Indycar has overtaken Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne in a career in
the Marc Márquez, Dani Pedrosa or Toni Bou have not shone as much as it
usually do in their respective bikes.