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MotoGP's most successful manufacturer Honda has committed to the world championship until at least 2026, the sport said on Friday.

Honda follows KTM and Ducati in signing a new agreement with commercial rights holders Dorna Sports, with others expected to follow.

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The Japanese manufacturer has won 25 rider world championships in the top category of motorcycle grand prix racing, a record. It celebrated its 800th grand prix win last year.

"Honda believes MotoGP racing is vital to our motorsports activities," said Noriaki Abe, Honda's head of motorcycle operations, in a statement.

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"MotoGP is the pinnacle of motorcycle racing -- it allows us to develop various technologies, and through fierce competition, teach our engineers and nurture their skills." (Reporting by Alan Baldwin in London, editing by Emelia Sithole-Matarise)

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text.

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