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  • Knockhill Report - Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship

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    Knockhill delivers top-class action as Kershaw returns in style, and the Reeves boys dominate Round Three

     

    Twenty-six outfits on the 1.3 mile Knockhill circuit was a spectacle to behold with just three seconds covering the top ten in qualifying. Tim and Tristan Reeves on the Carl Cox Motorsport Kawasaki claimed pole at near lap-record speed ahead of Phil Bell/Tony Belsey (Marin Mortorsport Suzuki) and Steve Kershaw/Stuart Clark (Express Tyres/Blinkbonny Quarry Kawasaki).

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    Double 600 winners, Todd Ellis and Charlie Richardson

  • Fast and ferocious Assen sees Stevens/Charlwood's lead reduced

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    The annual BSB and British Sidecar pilgrimage to the famed Cathedral of Speed was greeted by the usual large and enthusiastic crowd, many of whom had trekked over from the UK to enjoy Dutch hospitality.


    Qualifying took place over two sessions on Friday with Tim Reeves/Greg Cluze (Team E-Aide Motorsport Yamaha) getting the verdict with a time set in session one. They were unable to improve due to a blown engine, but had done enough. The failure prevented any involvement in the second outing. Outgoing World Champions Benny Streuer/Geert Koerts shared the front row half a second behind, and current lap record holders Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood (Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki) were comfortably in third on the grid alongside Chris Walker/Ashley Hawes (Santander Salt Kawasaki).

  • Sidecars galore as series resumes at Dickies Donington Park

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    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.

  • Team JH Racing need 2016 Sponsors, Brands Hatch report..

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    After a fantastic 3 years it is with regret that we announce that FinningCAT are not able to sponsor the team in 2016. A huge thank you to all the guys there who have supported us through the highs and lows of the last 3 seasons. This leaves the team looking for a title sponsor for next season - if you or anyone you know would be interested in getting involved please get in touch by emailing

    Havant's JH Racing Cat Finning sidecar team of driver Ben Holland and Rayleigh based passenger Lee Watson were lying in sixth spot in the championship. They were looking forward to ending the season with some solid results at Brands Hatch.

  • JH Racing - Ben Holland and Lee Watson with Finning CAT at Assen British F1

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    After a seven week summer break Havant's JH Racing Finning Cat Formula one British sidecar team returned to race action at round nine of the championship at the 2.9 mile circuit at Assen in Northern Holland over the weekend of the 18th to 20th September 2015.