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Repsol renews Honda MotoGP title sponsor deal

Spanish oil giant Repsol will continue to act as title sponsor for Honda's factory MotoGP team until the end of the 2020 season, it has been announced. Honda's works 500cc/MotoGP bikes have carried the iconic orange Repsol livery since the 1995 season, making it one of the most long-lasting current sponsorship arrangements in motorsport. While the deal between the two parties was due to expire at the end of this year, a two-year extension has been agreed that will ensure Honda remains sponsored by Repsol until the end of the 2020 season. It means Jorge Lorenzo, who replaces Dani Pedrosa at Honda next year, will become the latest high-profile rider to adorn the colours made famous by the...
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