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Stay safe and get ready for Ducati Club Race 2021!

Happy new year! – From Alex Jansen

Stay safe and get ready for Ducati Club Race 2021!

International sidecar races at TT-circuit Assen – May 28 – 30 2021

For entry and info: or send a pm to Alex Jansen

International license or National with acu permission

From the FSRA

The F.S.R.A. would like to welcome WinTec Racing, Nottingham as a series sponsor of the 2021 F.S.R.A. Pre-Injection Sidecar Championship. They are well known around the Pre-Injection paddock, having run their own team and supported several others since the inception of the class.

They join Pagid Brakes, with principal Michael Breitenbach pledging his continued loyal support to the series once again. A reminder that the full provisional Pre-Injection calendar is posted on the F.S.R.A. Website.

A more concise and clear set of regulations for the Pre-Injection class, along with Post-Classic Sidecar eligibility has also been recently uploaded to the F.S.R.A. website – this can be found here


This was from October 21st Email..

Last month, the Isle of Man Government Department for Enterprise, as promoters of the Isle of Man TT Races, invited competitors and relevant parties to contribute towards a review of the Technical Regulations for the Sidecar class. The Department would like to thank those who took the time to reply.

The proposed changes were intended to allow the class to expand and bring more variation to the start line, especially taking into account the difficulty and cost of obtaining a 600cc, 4-stroke engine. The Race Management Team have considered all responses and have also taken into account the current pandemic and the financial position this will leave some teams.

As a result, no changes will be made to the 2021 Sidecar TT Technical Regulations. However, the regulations will be amended for TT 2022 to allow 4-stroke, parallel-twin cylinder engines up to a maximum of 900cc.

Kind Regards

The Isle of Man TT Races

Isle of Man TT

TT 2021 Cancelled

See the full FAQ and original article on here

As a consequence of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Isle of Man Government has taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 Isle of Man TT Races. We recognise that the cancellation may greatly impact our visitors and everyone associated with the TT, and have put together the following list of Frequently Asked Questions for those of you who may be affected. We appreciate your patience and will be updating the following information regularly as and when the position becomes clearer and will help you wherever we can do.

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