Braintree's Cable racing team of driver Kevin Cable and his Colchester passenger Harry Payne would be lining up on the grid with former World, British and Isle of Man Champions, and teams from the Netherlands, Germany, and France..

Read more: Cable Racing, Brands Hatch Final British Championship Round


Ben and Tom Birchall travelled to Brands Hatch to further their development of the LCR Honda 600 outfit by competing in the final round of the British F1 Sidecar championship at the Kent circuit resulting in two top 20 finishes.

Starting from a sixth row grid position for the start of the first race the start was delayed to allow for a shower of rain to pass through. Subsequently the race was reduced in distance from the scheduled 10 laps down to six.


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Race One - With the title already wrapped up, the traditional Brands Hatch season closer took place under leaden skies on Saturday, with double points on hand for all crews, and especially those fighting over the other top places in the table. Added spice took the form of three wild-cards running 600cc outfits, and two crews from mainland Europe.

Read more: Champions sign off in style at thrilling Brands finale

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Two strong points finishes maintain Gary Horspole and Jimmy Connell's seventh place in the overall standings at the season finale which took place at Brands Hatch on Saturday. The Sleaford F1 sidecar driver and his Scottish passenger were competing in the final two races of the British F1 Sidecar championship at the Kent circuit over the weekend and rode well in the differing weather conditions.



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The Assured Office Solutions/Be Wiser Kawasaki F1 Sidecar team of Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood will arrive in Kent knowing that the weekend's two races can be contested with zero pressure. A dominant season which saw them lift eleven victories has given them the 2015 title ahead of the final round. It has been a thoroughly fascinating season with many twists and turns along the way for many of the teams.

Read more: Brands Hatch welcomes new Champions on 16-18th October


Round 9 of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British F1 Sidecar Championship in association with the Molson Group was held on the 2-4th October at the famous Silverstone GP Circuit. The GP circuit was another new circuit to MkRacing's Martin Kirk and Ben Hughes, after showing at the previous round in Assen, that they could get their heads around new circuits fairly quickly, the team were hoping that they would be able to qualify well.

Read more: MK Racing at Silverstone, Martin Kirk and Ben Hughes


The penultimate round of the British Formula one sidecar championship took place over the weekend of 3rd October 2015 at the 3.6 mile Silvertone Grand Prix circuit. The Championship leaders of team AOS/BeWiser with Portsmouth driver Ricky Stevens and Dover based passenger Ryan Charlwood  have one hand on the championship with a 82.5 point lead.

Read more: Team AOS BeWiser Silverstone British Championship

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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.

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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 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 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.


Read more: Raptor Racing with at Silverstone - Tony Brown and Lee Cain

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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.

Read more: Stevens and Charlwood nail it at Silverstone to claim the 2015 title.

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

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After fifteen hard races and eight rounds, the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit in Northamptonshire will see this fascinating series come to a head. AOS Be Wiser Kawasaki’s Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood head for Silverstone with an eighty-two and a half point advantage over their nearest challengers Andy Peach/Charlie Richardson (L&W Racing Kawasaki). A further forty-two points back is the Express Tyres/Blinkbonny team of Steve Kershaw/Rob Wilson. The business-like pair from the Borders have been having their best season ever, truly being a thorn in the side of all the big name hopefuls. With double points on hand in the Grand Finale at Brands Hatch, Stevens knows the run in to the title will not be easy.

Read more: Silverstone British F1 Preview, from Barry Nutley

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After a seven week break in the British Formula one sidecar championship Maidstone's AMR/ sidecar racing team of driver Matt MacLaurin and passenger Adrian Hope made the long trip over the North sea to the 2.9 mile TT circuit at Assen in Northern Holland. Lying 11th in the championship this was a circuit that they had never been to let alone raced at.

Read more: Team AMR, Matt MacLaurin and Ade Hope at Assen British F1