The Honda Racing team is celebrating its 19th season and a win in the World Drag Racing Championship at Dragway Park in Michigan, where the team has won the title three times in the past four years.
“We’re going to have a blast this weekend,” said team owner Brian O’Leary, who is in charge of Honda’s drag racing program.
“Our first goal is to get the win, and then we’ll focus on the next step.”
The Honda Racers team has been the top-rated team in the world in the Drag Racing category since 2014.
It won the championship in 2013.
This season, Honda Racing has won six races and has a chance to win the World Championship in 2017.
The team is also competing in the National Drag Racing Series at the Grand Prix of Ann Arbor.
O’Donnell said that the Honda Racing drivers have been on the podium at the highest levels of drag racing, which is something he has never seen before.
“They’ve done an unbelievable job this year,” O’Connell said.
“They’ve proven that they’re competitive, and they’re not afraid to go out and fight.”
The team has a great relationship with its drag racing driver, Joe Soto, who has won races at the U.S. Nationals Dragway in Detroit and the Grand National Dragway at Daytona.
“The team is in a good place,” said Soto.
“There’s not many drag racing teams out there that can win championships and be a champion.
I’m happy to see that.”
The win will give Honda Racing the opportunity to earn a second World Championship crown.
Honda Racing, which was founded in 2000, is currently ranked 15th in the drag racing standings.
O-Laugh, the team’s head of performance, said the win will help Honda Racing maintain its position as a top-tier drag racing team.
“The win means a lot to the team,” O-Leigh said.
“(We) know that we’re doing well, and we know we have a lot of work to do.
It’s important for us to continue to do that and to keep improving our car and getting better every year.”
The championship is set to be held at Drageway Park in May.
The championship races will be held on June 1 and 2.