The racing version of CBR250RR is 15 kg lighter and 9 hp more powerful than the commercial version. For every 6,000 km of operation, the internal components of the engine will be withdrawn and replaced.

In the picture is the very rare Honda CBR250RR, which is totally different from the CBR250RRs available on the market. This is the CBR250RR racing version used by the Vietnamese Cao racer in the Asian ARRC motorcycle rally.

Unlike the commercial variant, the CBR250RR racing version is fitted with a pair of shock absorbers prior to the return journey from the popular Showa company. Unlike the shock absorbers used on regular roads, the shock absorbers for race cars are always stiffer but also ensure the grip of the vehicle.

Unlike the commercial variant, the CBR250RR racing version is fitted with a pair of shock absorbers prior to the return journey from the popular Showa company. Unlike the shock absorbers used on regular roads, the shock absorbers for race cars are always stiffer but also ensure the grip of the vehicle.

With the improvements described above the capability of the car is improved by around 9 horsepower compared to the commercial variant CBR250RR. Commercial version output is just 38.7 hp at 12,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 23.3 Nm at 11,000 rpm.

The rider’s saddle has a fairly basic frame with a sponge fastened by two screws

As a racing car, the efficiency of the vehicle does not give priority to driver comfort. Since it is a race car, the internal components of the engine are constantly maintained and tested, and on average every 6,000 km the parts in the engine will be withdrawn and replaced. The CBR250RR is up to 15 kg lighter than the passenger car (at 153 kg).