The annual end of season Race of the Year event will return to Mallory Park this October, it has been confirmed.

The Leicestershire circuit will come alive with racing action from 251-1300 capacity machines, alongside F1 and F2 sidecars, as riders, drivers and passengers battle to win the Santander Salt Race of the Year and the Santander Salt International Sidecar Race of the Year respectively, on Sunday 25th October 2015.

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F1 Sidecar driver Gary Horspole with passenger Jimmy Connell recorded an eighth and then a seventh place in the eighth round of the British F1 Sidecar championship at Assen in the Netherlands at the weekend taking the pair to seventh in the rider standings on points.

Horspole from Sleaford and Connell from Scotland qualified the LCR Suzuki in seventh place to start the first 10 lap affair from a fifth row grid position and when the lights went out they got away to a cracking start racing within the mixed grid of British and Dutch championship challengers with each set of riders racing for points in their own championship

Thanks to Carowine and Wayne Kemp for posting up the results from Aintree yesterday, find them in timekeepers on the forum here ,


and Mark Dennis for posting updates today from Darley Moor, they're going into the timekeepers on the forum here 

Results from Assen yesterday are in the timekeepers section as well, don't forget there is another race today due for 17.20 local time, which is 16.20 UK! 


Just for you lot, we have the entry list (as published in the preview the other day), the timetable - v9, last changed on the 10th September, and links to live timing of course.. 

A veritable mine of information - you might say - if you were really long winded and full of yourself.. click read more, go on you know you want to.. 


After a dominant performance at the Scarborough International Gold Cup Races, where he won no less than five races, including the "Cock O'The North" and "Steve Henshaw Gold Cup" trophies; Dean Harrison has opted to end the domestic racing season on three wheels, making his sidecar racing debut at the Auto 66 Club's end of season "Bonanza" meeting.


Tim Reeves and Patrick Farrance enjoyed a superb two days of racing at Oliver's Mount, Scarborough at the weekend with the AOS/Team E-Aide Motorsport pairing winning all four Formula Two Sidecar races.

Saturday's opening six lap race was held in wet conditions but a superb start by the duo saw them grab the lead at the first corner and, aided by the fastest lap of the race, they were able to steadily increase their lead over Ian and Carl Bell to eventually take the win by almost five seconds.

After a long summer break, the British F1 Sidecar Championship returns to The Netherlands and the world famous Assen circuit, to resume battle in the 2015 series over the weekend of 18-20th September. It will be a particularly crowded grid, as once again the ranks will be swelled by a strong national contingent of Dutch Championship regulars.

The AOS Be Wiser Kawasaki duo of Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood are on course to lift their first British title, and will be looking to continue the rich vein of form which has seen them take victory in eight of the thirteen races so far. Second in the title chase are Andy Peach and Charlie Richardson (L&W Kawasaki) with a seventy-two point deficit, and just two victories to their names. Next up, comes the Express Tyres pairing of Steve Kershaw and Rob Wilson, ahead of an in-form Ben Holland/Lee Watson (Finning Cat Kawasaki) and former champion Roger Lovelock/Aki Alto who was forced to sit out three races at Thruxton.


Reeves and Wilkes were on top form for their 5th round of the FSRA British f2 sidecar championship at Cadwell Park last weekend. The pair dominated during practice and qualifying, topping the time sheets; Qualifying in pole position for the race with their personal best ever lap time around the circuit of 1:38.127


Neil Houltby has updated his site with his photos from the latest British F2 round at Cadwell Park. 


I'll tell you how good his photography is, he managed to get a photo of Chas still on a sidecar! ( 5 days and counting)


Auto66logoThe Auto 66 Club will once again be hosting their annual end of season "Bonanza" meeting at Cadwell Park on the full circuit, over the weekend of the 24th and 25th October. Following the success of last years "Sidecar Bash", this will once again be incorporated for all classes of sidecars; further good news is that entry fees have been lowered this year.

More details will be made in available in the next week, but entries are open and are coming in steadily; click "Read More" for further details. 



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Bemsee will be running Taxi Rides at Brands Hatch in the lunch breaks on 3rd and 4th October. I'm tempted to have a go myself, see if I fancy doing a bit of passengering :) 

You'll find all the details and forms you need to download on the BEMSEE INFO CENTRE HERE

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. 


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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.