It is with regret I have to say my brother Tony Body passed away on Wednesday 2nd December.

For those of you who knew him, he was a great sidecar rider in the late 70's/80's when he rode in the British Marlboro Clubmans series and at many national races,he was also the one that got me in the sport !!!!!For many years now he has struggled with Type 1 diabetes, which left him confined to a bed.

For anybody wishing to attend, his funeral will be held at Eltham Crematorium on Monday 21st December at 1pm (SE9 2NL).

Flowers are most welcome C/O Doves, 35 Station Road, Swanley, BR8 8ES. (01322 669000)

After the ceremony there will be a gathering of friends at Meopham Country Club (DA13 0AT) to remember a few stories.

Roger Body

Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes took pole and two wins in the F1 class at Hampton Downs ahead of Aaron Lovell and Tracey Bryan, with Spike Taylor and Astrid Hartnell taking third in both races. 

For full results click read more, or see here.


Read more: Double Win for Reeves and Wilkes at Hampton Downs

Live timing can be found on this link eventually, thanks to Warwick! From what Warwick says there will be video on that link too. 

The server is showing "too busy" at the moment but I think/hope it will start working properly on race day.

From Mark Dennis,
Qualifying starts at 9am NZ time don't know what the order is, 20.00 UK, NZ is thirteen hours ahead of UK.. 
Race 1 is due12.30 local 23.30 ours,
Race 2 is due15.50 local 02.50 our time..
and from Glennis it sounds like Tim and Mark are 4 seconds under the lap record in practice. Go on boys! 

There is also pre 82 sidecars out there, 1.10 and 4.30 race times.. click read more for timetable

Read more: Suzuki Tri Series Live Timing


The UK racing season may be over but in New Zealand it's just about to get underway and for Tim Reeves it will be a whole new experience with the five-time World Champion contesting the three round Suzuki Tri-Series.

Riding the Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing LCR Kawasaki, in association with Carl Cox Motorsport, Reeves and passenger Mark Wilkes will make their first trip to New Zealand to contest the Tri-Series which takes in three meetings over the course of four weekends at Hampton Downs (5/6 December), Manfeild (12/13 December) and the final round at the legendary Cemetery Circuit, Wanganui (26 December).

Read more: Reeves all set for New Zealand Tri-Series

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After a fantastic 2015 season the Portsmouth based WPS Formula One British sidecar champions of driver Ricky Stevens from Havant and passenger Ryan Charlwood from Dover made their announcement for the 2016 season at the National Exhibition centre in Birmingham on the first day of the Motorcycle live show.

After a lot of hard work taking place since the end of the season in October the team will again be linking in with a British Superbike team - Quattro Plant - and will be known as "Quattro Cool Kawasaki, with the main sponsors being Quattro Plant and Cool Milk.

Read more: Quattro Cool Kawasaki , Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood in 2016


The FSRA AGM and Trophy Presentation took place at the weekend, from Pat Hamblin we have the list of Trophy Winners.

Congratulations to all the Trophy Winners and thank you to all the officials, marshals and others involved in making another great season.

It sounds like a good time was had by all at the weekend, good luck for 2016! 

Read more: 2015 FSRA Trophy Winners


Derek Donsworth has updated his site with loads of galleries from the Cadwell Park Sidecar Bonanza 



Just a quick note to let you know that there has been a 2016 Calendar done by the ladies at the CRMC. 

It will cost £9.99 and should be available at the CRMC Dinner Dance on December 6th all being well. Once we get more information we'll let you know.. but if you're going to the CRMC Dinner definitely get hold of at least one.. 

click read more for the bigger preview.. 

Read more: CRMC 2016 Slidey Girls Calendar


Congratulations Leanne, don't let Vince hear the end of it thank you! Commiserations to Craig Smith who was leading at the halfway stage but dropped to second and Royce Farrell who finished third. 

An expert as I am in predicting race outcomes and managing race teams, I finished 60th of 66 this year which is possibly an improvement! For the full list of finishing positions - brought to you by the ever patient Terry Scott (Ronno) - click read more. 

Read more: Congratulations Leanne Norkett, our MCN League Winner


The FSRA AGM/Dinner Dance and Trophy Presentations take place on November 21st at the Raddison Blu Hotel - East Midlands Airport ( five minutes from Donington Park Circuit on the run in from J23A of the M1). Tickets including dinner £32. 

The FSRA need to be giving the hotel an idea of numbers to expect on Monday coming, so if you've not booked tickets and are going please give Dean Banks a shout (click read more). 

At the same event the FSRA have arranged for a doctor to be there for the ACU Licence Medical. Dean Banks is your point of contact, if you click read more we also have the link to download the licence application forms.

Read more: FSRA AGM & Trophy presentations, ACU Medicals

Mullen, the Fanny

Mullens funeral will be held on Monday 9th November, at 1pm

The service will take place at

Mortonhall crematorium

EH16 6TX

And then afterwards move on to : - 

The Ravelston in Musselburgh, all welcome.

The family are very thankful for all the msgs and texts they have received from all who knew him,

Gordon Shand.


The 10th and final round of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British F1 Sidecar Championship in association with the Molson Group was held on the 16 – 18th October at the famous Brands Hatch GP Circuit. The GP circuit was a familiar circuit to MkRacing's Martin Kirk and Ben Hughes, after one of their strongest result there earlier in the season, the team where hoping for another good result to cement their place in the top 15 of the championship. With double points available at this round and with the team sitting in 13th, it was all to play for.

Read more: MK Racing, Brands Hatch British Championship, last round of the season.


Slow Phil's head shave for charity took pace last weekend at the Cadwell Park Sidecar Bonanza. 

From all the accounts I've heard and looking at the state of the old boy now it seems to have been a great success (loving the combover Phil), but of course we're going to give it one last push for a little bit more of your hard earned cash - all for good causes! The buckets that were passed around at the weekend have raised far more than the total on the page linked below, Phil will fill us in on the full total very soon.. 




It is with great reluctance due to health & relocation we must now part company with the Jock Taylor Sidecar Outfit, we are now looking for a genuine passionate buyer for the JT package who will ride & display Jock's bike as we have.

Read more: Jock Taylor's Sidecar looking for a new home