- Written by John Newton FSRA Press Officer Photos Lord Mushet of Donny and Viscount Donsworth of Hull.
As usual, Cadwell Park served up a fascinating weekend's racing. Good weather, two more-than-interesting races, especially Saturday's and two new race winners. Neither championship was clinched leaving all to play for at Croft in three weeks time.
Yet again, passengers featured in the news with new pairings as a result of previous incidents with a couple more to add to the list this weekend. Pete Founds paired up with Jevan Walmsley, Jevan gelling immediately and they gained second place after qualifying. Sean Reeves/Mark Wilkes took pole, John Holden/James Neave were third, Alan Founds/Tom Peters fourth and Lee Crawford was fifth, Lee having secured the services of one Patrick Farrance in the chair.
- Written by Tim Langham
Photo Credit - Neil Kirby
Following several months of set-backs and disappointment in the FSRA British F2 Championship series, Team ARC finally had cause for celebration at Cadwell Park, taking a win and a runners-up placing over the weekend.
- Written by Steve E
This weekend Bemsee go to Cadwell Park, not just with the Bemsee/RKB F1/F2 Club Championships, but with the ACU/FSRA British FII as well.
This is going to be a big meeting for sidecars at one of the most picturesque circuits in the Country. If you can make it to watch I really would advise it, the British FII always put on a real show here. Read John Newton's preview and roundup of the British FII season so far here, then click read more for the timetables and entry lists for the British and club classes.
- Written by John Newton, photo by Gary Hesketh
2015 ACU/FSRA BRITISH F2 SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP
Welcome to the 5th round of six of this year's British F2 sidecar championship – the latest confrontation in the Founds/Peters versus Holden/Sayle battle for the title. John Holden, three times British champion partnered this year by Dan Sayle, led after each of the first three rounds, but a storming double win by Alan Founds and Tom Peters at round four in contrasting conditions – dry and sunny on the Saturday, torrential rain on the Sunday – sees them lead the title chase by 7.5 points, 158 to 150.5.
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