Team Monster Energy Honda
2018 : 2º
2022 : 2º (1 victoria de etapa)
2021: Moto/ 7º
2020: Moto/ 2º (2 victorias de etapa)
2019: Moto/ 4º
2018: Moto/ 8º
2017: Moto/ Abandono etapa 10
2016: Moto/ 3º
2015: Moto/ 4º
2014: Moto/Abandono en la Etapa 3
2013: Moto/ Abandono en la Etapa 6
2019: 1º en Atacama Rally
2018: Subcampeón Mundial FIM de Rally Cross Country: 1º en la General de Motos del Rally de Abu Dhabi, 3º en el Rally de Merzouga, 3º en el Rally Atacama, 3º en el Desafío Ruta 40
2015: 5º en Sealine Cross Country Qatar
2013: Campeón del Rally de Antofagasta, 1° en el Rally de la Minería, 1° en el Dakar Series Desafío Inca, y Campeón Latinoamericano FIM Atacama Rally; 3° en el Rally de La Serena y 8° en el Desafío Ruta 40.
2012: 2° Rally Desafío del Desierto; Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2011: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2010: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2009: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar; 5° Mundial MX3 Chile; 2° Latino MX1 Guatemala; Mejor Motociclista Chileno 2009; Mundial MX1 Brasil.
2008: 5° Mundial MX3 Chile
2001: 1° Latino MX Guatemala
Honda’s on form rider
Pablo Quintanilla left Husqvarna in May 2021 after five years riding for the Austrian brand. The Chilean promptly moved to Honda, swapping places with reigning Dakar champion Kevin Benavides, who had been recruited by KTM. After two seasons marred by injury following his spectacular crash on stage 10 of the 2019 Dakar, Pablo appeared to be rapidly at home on HRC's aluminium-framed 450 CRF Rally. On his first outing for his new team he finished third on the Andalucía Rally in May 2021 before winning the Rally of Morocco the following October, his first victory since Atacama in 2019. 2nd in the 2020 Dakar, 7th in 2021, the man from Valparaiso once again finished 2nd in Jeddah last January. Second also in the W2RC provisional standings, he has already won the world championship twice (2016-17). There are only two other riders to have won two world crowns in the last decade: Marc Coma (2012-14) and current defending champion Matthias Walkner (2015-21). Quintanilla is clearly the man on form in the Honda clan and hasn’t been off the podium for a year!
In Abu Dhabi, for the second round of the W2RC, Pablo finished on the third step of the podium behind his teammate Ricky Brabec and winner Sam Sunderland and is second in the provisional standings behind the GasGas official. The Chilean has a card to play in round 3 of the Andalucía Rally if he wants to close the 17-point gap. He was on the podium in last year's event and was comfortable on the Spanish tracks. Honda, who have been leading the manufacturers' standings since the start of the season, are also counting on him to maintain their advantage. The 'Reds' have 36 points, against 25 points for GasGas.