If you've been waiting to obsessive over every weld, every bolt, every carbon fiber and unobtainium bit on Honda's latest entries in MotoGP, today is your day.
HRC has taken the wraps off Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa's new ride for the 2015 season, with the two-time champ and his cohort joining in the festivities at the Indonesian unveiling of the RC213V.
The livery is pretty similar to last year's scheme, with Repsol taking top billing and Red Bull returning in a larger sponsorship role. But who really cares? Bask in the details of racing precision and see if you can spot any substantive changes between the 2014-spec ride and this one. Stats below.
Oh, and here's further proof that being a MotoGP ace doesn't suck:
|2015 Honda RC213V Specs|
|Overall length (mm)||2,052|
|Overall width (mm)||645|
|Overall height (mm)||1,110|
|Weight (kg)||As per FIM regulations|
|Engine type||liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC 4 valve, V-4|
|Maximum power||Over 180 kW (~241 hp)|
|Frame type||Aluminum twin-tube|
|Wheels Front (inch)||16.5|
|Wheels Rear (inch)||16.5|
|Suspension Front||Telescopic fork|
|Fuel tank capacity (litres)||20|