Sleaford F1 Sidecar racer Gary Horspole with Scottish passenger Jimmy Connell recorded two strong top 10 results at Snetterton in Norfolk at the weekend in round five of the British F1 Sidecar championship.

After completing their qualifying in ninth place Gary and Jimmy lined up on the fourth row in a mixed grid of F1 and 600 machines for the start of the first race on Saturday.

Read more: HORSPOLE AND CONNELL SNETTERTON British Championship


The JG Speedfit Kawasaki team will be at Mallory Park at the weekend for fifth round of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship.

Following Ricky and Ryan’s success at Snetterton, where they came second in both races, the current British champions will be looking to get their first win of the season. They are currently second in the championship standings behind brothers Tim and Tristan Reeves.

All-female sidecar team Maria Costello and Kirsty Hauxwell will also be heading to Mallory Park fresh from their appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed which attracted over 150,000 visitors.

Maria said: “It’s always an honour to be invited to parade up the hill on Lord March’s country estate. It was also a great opportunity for us to showcase our sidecar outfit, but also sidecar motorsport in general, to a massive audience.”

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With the world's best on track, and a mid-afternoon slot in the schedule, the Snetterton round was always going to be a blockbuster. The huge crowd was not disappointed.
Tim and Tristan Reeves made no mistake in qualifying, putting their Carl Cox Motorsport Kawasaki on pole position.
They were over two seconds ahead of the pack, with the defending champions in second place.

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Barry James and Jack Tritton,
(Jack impressing all in his first BSB meeting - SE)

Read more: Reeves brothers maintain clean sheet at Snetterton 300


With the series almost at the half-way stage, Snetterton in Norfolk is the venue for the fourth round of the Hyundai heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship over the weekend of 30 June - 1 July.

Defending Champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood had mixed fortunes at the previous round in Scotland on the JG Speedfit Cool Kawasaki and now sit third in the title chase.
Tim and Tristan Reeves (Carl Cox Motorsport Kawasaki) have been dominant in the six races so far, lifting maximum points,

Read more: Rapid Snetterton 300 to showcase the Round Four as title battle heats up


Have you ever fancied a go as passenger in a top flight British Sidecar Championship outfit? Well, if you have, Mallory Park over the weekend of 8/9 July is your chance.

Join us for Round Five of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship, where on Saturday , one hour at midday has been allocated to charity passenger experiences, or as they are known in the paddock “taxi rides”.


Read more: Mallory Park Taxi Rides to benefit Grenfell Tower victims

Steve E here. I have to apologise to Giles and Jen (and of course Helen Pask who authors the reports) for the late posting of the Donington Report. I have been off work for a while (also doing a bit of hill climb with Ian Guy, report to follow) and haven't touched a laptop properly for nearly two weeks so this is all part of catching up! 

I've decided to post the two reports from Giles and Jen together which should hopefully make for better reading. PLEASE! Click read more... 


Read more: Team SaS Round up.. .

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With the sun blazing down on the 4,740 km Pannonia Ring circuit could anyone stop the Birchall Brothers getting another win in the 15 lap Gold Race.
Before the start of the race, there was drama for Peter Kimeswenger and Jens Lehnertz with their “Austria Sidecar Racing-MRSC-Gunskirchen” LCR, Kawaski. After the morning warm up it was all hands on deck. The team had to change their engine, there was not a lot of time for this but the team worked well and they managed this and the team would start the race.

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Read more: FIM World Sidecar Championship. Pannonia Ring Hungary, Gold Race Report.


Knockhill delivers top-class action as Kershaw returns in style, and the Reeves boys dominate Round Three


Twenty-six outfits on the 1.3 mile Knockhill circuit was a spectacle to behold with just three seconds covering the top ten in qualifying. Tim and Tristan Reeves on the Carl Cox Motorsport Kawasaki claimed pole at near lap-record speed ahead of Phil Bell/Tony Belsey (Marin Mortorsport Suzuki) and Steve Kershaw/Stuart Clark (Express Tyres/Blinkbonny Quarry Kawasaki).

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Double 600 winners, Todd Ellis and Charlie Richardson

Read more: Knockhill Report - Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship

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Team A.R.C. had another weekend of contrasting fortunes as they fielded two outfits at Oliver's Mount, Scarborough in the Cock O'The North Road Races on the 24th and 25th June. While John and Jake Lowther impressed with four podium placings from the same number of starts; their team mates Lee Crawford and (stand-in passenger) Harry Payne had a successful opening day, taking a win and a third place, but suffered two non-finishes on the Sunday.

Read more: Podiums A-Plenty For Team A.R.C. At Oliver's Mount

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The annual "Cock O'The North Road Races" at Oliver's Mount, Scarborough will be held this coming weekend (24th & 25th June), and many classes are oversubscribed, with some entries unfortunately having to be returned. A full grid of Formula Two Sidecars will be fighting for supremacy in four races over the weekend, with "UK Super 2" points at stake in all of their outings. In addition, the "Robin Daykin Memorial Trophy" will be presented to the overall winners (highest point scorers over the four legs). The current holders - Dave Wallis and Harry Payne - will both be looking to retain the award, but this year line up on separate machines!

Read more: Close Racing Anticipated At Oliver's Mount


Heading north of the border next weekend 16-18th June, the British Sidecar Championship brings what could easily be the largest contingent of sidecars seen in recent years at the 1.27 mile Knockhill circuit.

Returning to mainland short circuit duty are several intrepid crews who have just battled the rigours of the Isle of Man TT course with no small degree of success.

Each with a fourth place finish are Alan Founds and Lewis Blackstock. The latter, with his regular passenger Patrick Rosney, earned his silver replica in race two, whilst 600cc Cup leader Alan Founds is reunited with Tom Peters for domestic action having finished fourth in the opening TT with Jake Lowther..
A race one TT fifth for series leader and multiple world champion Tim Reeves could not be bettered as he retired in race two.

A stunning double TT victory for Ben and Tom Birchall will be celebrated in Hungary where they are on World Championship duty, along with John Holden who was twice runner-up in the Island.

Read more: Knockhill on course for record sidecar entry for Round Three

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Lee Crawford needs a passenger this coming weekend (Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th June) at Donington Park, due to a last minute change of circumstances. If you can help, please click "read more" for details and contact information.

Read more: Passenger Needed Urgently - This Weekend (Donington Park)

11am Friday: 2 hour delay to this schedule announced so far, just to let the course dry.

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All the Thursday schedule at the TT has been cancelled.