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Braintree's Cable racing British Formula 1 sidecar team of driver Kevin Cable and his Colchester based passenger Harry Payne competed at the penultimate round of the British Formula one sidecar championship over the weekend of 3rd October 2015 at the 3.6 mile Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.

Would love it if any of you outfits in the UK would be interested in coming to compete on either your f2 or f1!!

Will get a free entry, money towards boat fares and overall prize fund off £1400 up for grabs and prize money paid out to 6th place!!

Quick fellas or people just out to enjoy themselves does not matter, you are all welcome!!

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The weekend before I'd been doing an oil change when it all turned to custard and a frost plug popping sometime between draining the oil, refilling it and firing it up dumped all the coolant into the oil which meant an engine change

After firing up the spare motor we had no oil pressure, a bit of dicking about pulling bits off to see where the oil was circulating to seemed to fix that.



Mansfield sidecar racers Ben and Tom Birchall were at Silverstone over the weekend to contest the penultimate round of the British Sidecar championship, recording a sixth place in the first race and improving to fifth in the second encounter on Sunday.

They were making their British debut with the 600cc Honda engine housed in the long LCR chassis which is being developed to the 2016 FIM World championship specification and were up against the regular riders all on 1000cc machines.




The two most successful individuals in the history of the sidecar TT are teaming back up together for the 2016 Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy.

Dave Molyneux and Dan Sayle have 25 TT wins between them. They last raced together in 2009 when they won the only chair race to be completed. Previous to that they also won one in 2005 and both sidecar races in 2004. Sayle is widely acknowledged as the best passenger of the modern age on the course.


The penultimate round of the British Formula one Sidecar Championship took place over the weekend of 3rd October 2015 at the 3.6 mile Silverstone Grand Prix circuit. Raptor racing Paymundo.com team of driver Tony Brown from Sittingbourne and his Isle of Man passenger Lee Cain on-board the Tumber LCR were looking to improve on their fifth place in the championship on a circuit Lee has never raced at.


In case you missed it on TV.. in fact it's better than the TV coverage.. British F1 at Assen coverage here.. 

From Peter Windle.

Just to let every one know that Terry Windle's funeral will be held Tuesday 6th October 2:00pm - click read more for full details.. 

I need a passenger for east fortune this weekend (F2). Must be able to contribute to costs.

Click read more for contact details. Thank you! 

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Race One – from pole position, Andy Peach and Charlie Richardson were all set to fire the L&W Racing Kawasaki ahead, and did so on the run down to turn one. From second on the grid, Tim Reeves/Greg Cluze (Team E-Aide Motorsport Remse Yamaha) thundered behind and eventually alongside with a brave move at Becketts. Series leaders Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood knew what they had to do and got stuck in behind Peach.


Here's your Monday update of the Kershaw Racing fund for Stephen Kershaw and Rob Wilson who were involved in a serious accident at Knockhill leaving the passenger Rob with lower body paralysis.


An update on Brother Graham's recovery. He has asked us to post this for him as a lot of people have been asking how he is doing.
Thank you Barry Clay for the photo

Huge congratulations to Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood, 2015 Hyundai Heavy Industries British F1 Sidecar Champions. 

Well deserved gentlemen and a great effort from all of the team at AOS/BeWiser . 

Results from Silverstone in the Timekeepers section on the forum here

"Team Shand Racing" had a trying time at Knockhill Racing Circuit at the weekend.

With regular passenger Philip Hyde having some more time to recuperate from injuries sustained at the beginning of the season, driver Gordon recruited the services of Tony B.
With good track time over the weekend, free practice, qualifying and four races, it was going to be a busy time for the team. Also, the last race was incorporating the prestigious "Jock Taylor Memorial Trophy"