If you don’t know MUGEN, you don’t know racing.

MUGEN has been trackside ever since it was founded in 1973, by Hirotoshi Honda, son of Honda founder Soichiro. Today, MUGEN is still at the forefront of building and tuning Honda engines for motor racing.

Formula 1 and beyond

From 1991–2000, MUGEN was preparing Formula 1 engines for teams such as Tyrrell, Ligier, Prost and Jordan. MUGEN was also the sole supplier of Formula Nippon engines until 2005, as well as acting as an advisor for Honda’s own Formula 1 development.

MUGEN now supplies engines for JAS Motorsport for their customer rally cars. MUGEN also prepares Honda NSX customer cars for the Super GT Championship, Formula 3, the Japan Le Mans series, Formula Nippon the 24 Hours Nürburgring.