Racing and Endurance Road Racing in particular are rooted in the Honda philosophy since 1948.

The French subsidiary, has invested in the world championship over 30 years, has won many victories and podiums on all the circuits around the world.

Honda France is back, with its rich past, alongside one of the greatest Japanese specialists in that discipline, Team F.C.C. TSR.

This association aims to strengthen the Honda presence at the highest level in this championship and fight for the tittle.

The promotion of this championship made by Eurosport Events teams offers EWC a strong national and international visibility.

Team F.C.C. TSR Honda France will participate in the entire 2017/2018 Endurance World Championship.


Freddy Foray (Fr.), Josh Hook (Aus.), Alan Techer (Fr.) and Arturo Tizon (Sp.), will ride on CBR1000RR Fireblade prepared in the TSR workshop based in Suzuka.

Masakazu Fujii manages the team. The team will be composed with members of TSR team, technicians from Spanish structure Bruno Performance and staff from Honda France.


2017 / 2018 FIM EWC Calendar


September 16th – 17th, 2017 – Bol d’Or – France

April, 21st – 22nd, 2018 – 24H Motos – France

May 12th, 2018 – 8 Hours of Slovakia Ring – Slovakia

June 9th, 2018 – 8 Hours of Oschersleben – Germany

July 29th 2018 – Suzuka 8 Hours – Japan


‘’First, I appreciate many people who have been involved in to realize our collaboration.

I have been various activities of motorbike racing for a long time, but never have been thrilling and exciting like this time.

After all, I will collaborate with Honda France and be able to compete with many stronger rivals.

Our final objective is to get the win and EWC championship with the strongest Honda. Only this one!’’

Masakazu Fujii, Team Manager


‘’It is a great honor for us to have an opportunity to participate to EWC with F.C.C. TSR.

F.C.C. TSR has outstanding achievements in the history of endurance races as well as Honda France

which recorded many glorious victory in Le Mans, Bol d’Or and other races in 1970’s to 2000’s.

We, Honda France will support to the team with our full effort and fight to recapture the championship.’’

Taku Kasahara, Branch President of Honda Motor Europe Ltd. (France)