Donington Park will play host to an unprecedented number of sidecar outfits this coming Dickies British Superbike weekend (16-18 September) when the Hyundai Heavy Industries British and FIM World Sidecar Championships also descend on the famous circuit. Both series are at a crucial stage with Britain's Tim Reeves and Greg Cluze (Team E-Aide Motorsport Remse Yamaha) in a challenging position in each title chase.

Read more: Sidecars galore as series resumes at Dickies Donington Park

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Once again Ben and Tom Birchall scored maximum points in the British 600 Cup when they travelled to their local track of Mallory Park for an extra round of the championship on Sunday.

Although they were using their LCR 600cc Honda and were therefore at a disadvantage against the 1000cc machines in the F1 class Ben and Tom were in their element and beat all the F1 outfits to secure pole position for first 12 lap race.



The sixtieth birthday celebrations at Mallory Park featured a host of historic machinery, and celebrities from six decades of motorcycling over the weekend. Stars of the show were the Hyundai British Championship regulars who took full advantage of the weather and cheerful party atmosphere.

Read more: Stevens/Charlwood reign supreme at Mallory Bonanza and reclaim series lead


Gary Horspole and Jimmy Connell contested a round of the British F1 Sidecar championship at Mallory Park on Sunday which began well but ended in disaster after a crash put the pair out of the second race. Luckily neither rider was injured in the incident and the outfit suffered just fairing damage.

Starting the first of two races from the third row, the Sleaford driver and his Scottish passenger Jimmy Connell powered the LCR Suzuki through to a sixth place finish after 12 gruelling laps of the short but technical Leicestershire circuit but were elevated to fifth place as one of the outfits that finished ahead of them was in the 600 class and ineligible to score points in the F1 race.


Sixty years ago Mallory Park rang to the sound of motorcycle engines when the Leicester Query Club ran the first ever motorcycle race meeting on the newly tarmacked surface. On the programme that day was an impressive array of sidecars and Morgan three-wheelers. It is therefore fitting that the world's premier domestic sidecar series should make its debut appearance at the Mallory Bike Bonanza joining in the birthday celebrations.

Read more: Mallory Park Bike Bonanza next up for Britain's best sidecars





Mansfield brothers Ben and Tom Birchall won all three of their races in the fourth round of the British Sidecar 600 cup at Thruxton over the weekend and now lead the championship by a massive 41 points.

The 600 cup is run within the grid of the British F1 sidecar championship with each set of riders scoring points in their own class. Ben and Tom qualified sixth overall to start the first of three eight lap races from the third row of the mixed grid.



After the disastrous weekend at Snetterton where Sleaford Sidecar driver Gary Horspole with passenger Jimmy Connell was unable to take part in either race because of technical problems, the pair secured three top 10 finishes at Thruxton in round four of the British F1 Sidecar championship over the weekend.

Horspole and Connell qualified in ninth position and started the first eight lap race from the fifth row on Saturday. They got away to a good start making up ground to seventh place which they held throughout the eight lap affair. They were however awarded sixth place in the results as one outfit ahead was in the 600 Cup class and only recorded points in their own class.



F1 sidecar champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood had expected a tough fight to extend their lead in the Championship, and the three races this weekend proved them right.

Sidecar driver Ricky Stevens, from Portsmouth, and his passenger Ryan Charlwood, from Dover, were racing on the familiar grounds of Thruxton, Hampshire this weekend for the fifth round of the British F1 Sidecar Championship.

Read more: Highs and Lows for Team Ricky and Ryan at Thruxton

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Fresh from his victory at the Southern 100 road races, Tim Reeves resumed his challenge for the 2016 British Sidecar Championship at Thruxton at the weekend and with first, second and third in the three races both he and passenger Gregory Cluze reclaimed the Championship lead.

With three races on the schedule at the Hampshire venue, it was a busy weekend for the entire Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing squad and having qualified in second behind Ricky Stevens/Ryan Charlwood, race proceedings for Tim and Gregory got underway on Saturday lunchtime with the opening eight-lap encounter.

Read more: Three podiums at Thruxton sees Reeves and Cluze retake British Championship lead

Qualifying – A hot and humid session made it very hard work indeed, but lap record holders Ricky Stevens/Ryan Charlwood (Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki) grabbed pole position from Tim Reeves/Greg Cluze (Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing Yamaha).

Row two was closely disputed with Ben Holland/Lee Watson nosing their Hannafin Kawasaki ahead of John Holden/Stuart Ramsey (Barnes Racing Silicone Engineering Suzuki). Chris Walker/Ashley Hawes (Santander Salt Kawasaki) renewed their battle with the Birchall Brothers on their 600 Honda to line up on row three.

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Read more: Reeves forces ahead at thrilling Thruxton


Seventy-four years ago, the village of Thruxton first shook to the sound of powerful engines as fighter planes roared into the skies over Hampshire. Next weekend (22-24 July) huge horsepower once again returns to do battle over the two and a half mile perimeter road circuit, as the British Sidecar Championship comes to town.

All eyes will be on local Hampshire boys and defending champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood who hold a slender three point lead over their big rivals multiple world and British champions Tim Reeves and Gregory Cluze.

Read more: Battle resumes at Historic Thruxton

A quick word from Barry Nutley.. coverage of the latest round of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship will be shown on Motors TV Thursday 21st at 21.50. 






Ben and Tom Birchall recorded a double win at Snetterton in the two races comprising the fourth round of the British Sidecar 600 Cup Championship which is run within the grid of the British F1 Sidecar series. The Birchalls now have 50 points and extend their lead to 16 over Nichols/Tilley.