• Excellent weekend at Donington for Reeves and Cluze


    Tim Reeves and Gregory Cluze bounced back from a disappointing opening British Sidecar Championship race at Donington Park at the weekend to win the two remaining races, including one in stunning fashion from the back of the grid, on the Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing LCR Yamaha. They also took victory in the final round of the 2016 World Sidecar Championship to end the year in second overall in that particular series.

  • Race report - FIM sidecar World Championship and the FIM Sidecar F2 World Trophy.

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    Donington Park. 
    Reeves takes win but no championship!

    With dry conditions, but overcast, the lights went out for the last race of the season for the FIM Sidecar World Championship and the FIM Sidecar F2 World Trophy.

    Tim Reeves and Gregory Cluze got the perfect start from pole position with their "Remse Racing/Team Eaide" LCR, Yamaha, they set off down "Craner Curves" letting the rest of the field know what their intensions were, a race win would only do for them.

    Championship leaders Pekka Paivarinta and Kirsi Kainulainen with their "44-Racing" LCR, BMW slotted in behind Reeves and Cluze, they had to stay out of trouble throughout the race, and hope that their machine would last the race distance to take the championship title.

  • Sidecars galore as series resumes at Dickies Donington Park

    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.

  • Reeves and Cluze take World Championship win at Assen


    Tim Reeves and Gregory Cluze got their World Sidecar Championship challenge back on track last weekend as they claimed victory in the fourth round of the series at Assen, Holland. The win, their third of the season, moved them back up to fourth overall with three races still remaining.

    Always at home at the Dutch venue, Tim and Gregory signalled their intentions for race day in the first qualifying session when they lapped at 1m43.218s on the Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing LCR Yamaha to claim provisional pole position. The second qualifying session saw damp conditions greeting the competitors and Tim and Gregory were again quickest although it was their time from Q1 that ultimately saw them line up for Sunday's 17-lap race from pole and the front row.

  • Reeves out of luck in opening Sidecar TT race


    Tim Reeves will be hoping for better fortune in Friday's second Sidecar race at the Isle of Man TT races having been forced to retire from Saturday's opening encounter on the final lap.

    With perfect conditions all week on the island, the F13K Cancer/Klaffi Honda driver had encountered a few problems during practice week none more so than on Tuesday evening when passenger Patrick Farrance caught his backside on the banking on the approach to Laurel Bank and they were forced to stop.

    However, although Farrance was bruised, he was otherwise ok and the team regrouped for the remainder of the week and Thursday evening saw them post two 114mph+ laps, both of which were faster than Tim had ever gone before around the Mountain Course. The fastest was 114.83mph which placed them second on the overall practice leaderboard and in a good position going into Saturday's race.

  • Double victory for Reeves and Cluze at Brands

    Tim Reeves and Gregory Cluze ensured their strong start to the 2016 season continued at the weekend with the Team E-Aide Motorsport/Remse Racing pairing taking a double victory at Brands Hatch, venue for round two of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship.

  • Top Class entry heads for Brands Hatch for round two

    A star-studded grid will line up on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit for the second round in the 2016 British Sidecar Championship. Heading the line-up, just a couple of weeks before his isle of Man TT campaign, is Tim Reeves, who partnered by Greg Cluze on the Team E-Aide Motorsport Remse Racing Yamaha currently leads both the World and British championship chases after the opening round of each. Reeves has got the Yamaha sorted and was in imperious form at Oulton Park with a lights to flag victory. Sniffing at his heels, and out for revenge at Brands are the reigning champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood who, after a tentative start at Oulton, recovered to finish second.

  • Klaffenboeck and Reeves join forces to form TT dream team

    Klaus and Tim shake hands on their 2016 deal JM


    Isle of Man TT race winners, and World Sidecar Champions, Klaus Klaffenboeck and Tim Reeves have joined forces for June’s two Formula Two Sidecar races with the ‘dream team’ perfectly placed to push for the race wins.


    The eleventh hour deal will see Klaffenboeck supply Reeves with Honda engines and full technical support, including the Technical Director of Team Klaffi – a former F1-technician -, throughout the fortnight with the firm aim of increasing Reeves’ tally of wins around the 37 and ¾ mile Mountain Course. The deal is also set to include the Southern 100 and Scarborough Gold Cup and extend beyond the 2016 road racing season.

  • Reeves and Cluze get season underway in superb style



    Tim Reeves opened his 2016 season in the perfect fashion at the weekend when he and passenger Gregory Cluze won the opening round of the World Sidecar Championship at Le Mans, France. Held in wet weather, the Remse Racing duo took the victory by just over four seconds from Finnish pairing Pekka Paivarinta andKirsi Kainulainen.


  • Team EAide Motorsport Press Release : 26/02/16

    A second season with multiple British & World Champion and TT winner Tim Reeves

    We are really pleased to announce a second season partnership with talented racer Tim Reeves and, for the F1 Sidecar, his French passenger Gregory Cluze.

    They will be competing in all six rounds of the World Championship and seven of the eight rounds of the British Championship. Both are well within their reach this year on a new Yamaha R1 powered sidecar provided by Remse Racing.

    Tim will also be competing on his 600cc F2 Sidecar with multiple World Champion and TT winning passenger Patrick Farrance at the TT and Southern 100 in the Isle of Man and the Gold Cup at the iconic Oliver's Mount in Scarborough.

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  • Suzuki Tri Series Live Timing

    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

  • Reeves all set for New Zealand Tri-Series


    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).

  • Reeves and Farrance dominate at Oliver's Mount


    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.