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    Despite a smaller than normal grid at Knockhill's round three of the championship, the racing was frantic with the door of opportunity 'shoved wide open for some new names to score big points. Drama was evident from the word go, as the Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki passenger Ryan Charlwood was side-lined with a dislocated shoulder.

    In a show of camaraderie typically to be found in the sidecar paddock, L&W Team Principle Dave Walton loaned passenger Charlie Richardson to his intense rivals as stand-in for Charlwood. Richardson's regular driver, championship challenger Andy Peach was unable to compete at Knockhill due to a short-term illness.

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    The Brands Indy lap record has stood since the days of Steve Webster, but came under serious threat on Sunday. Fresh from victory at Oulton Park and leading the championship, Tim Reeves and Greg were under pressure from the start as the Reigning Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki pairing of Ricky Stevens/Ryan Charlwood showed their class in free read more


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    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.

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    Unpredictable weather over the bank holiday weekend would always be a factor in this important first event in the new season. As it happened, a dry sunny free practice allowed new boy Chris Walker to find his way around in a respectable exploratory style to finish seventh in the standings, just five seconds adrift of the masters Tim Reeves/Greg Cluze and just four seconds off the reigning champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood.

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    After what seems an eternity, the long winter break is finally over and battle will commence for the 2016 British Sidecar Championship next bank holiday weekend at Oulton Park. A record number of entries have registered for the series, including two former World Champions. Whilst their swords might cross on the track, Tim Reeves and Ben Birchall are actually racing in different classes, as Ben and Tom Birchall have elected to run a 600cc Honda in the "new for 2016" 600 Cup class, just as they are in the world series.

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    Welcome to the new 2016 Season!

    From Mike Dommett details and downloads of entry and registration forms for the 2016 British F1 Sidecar Championship. 

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    There are not many boxes left to tick in the illustrious career of British and World Superbike star Chris Walker, but he has found one. Chris, the all-time fan's favourite, runner-up in the premier domestic championship no fewer than four times, will campaign three wheels in 2016 riding a Kawasaki LCR for Roger Body's Santander Salt Team.

    Having raced successfully in all major Motorcycle Series around the world, including Grand Prix, Chris is excited about the new challenge. He is now looking to the future as successful proprietor of his new Kawasaki dealership, whilst having a serious attack on the British Sidecar Championship.


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    Driver Ben Holland and passenger Lee Watson will team up with driver Rupert Archer and passenger Steve Thomas in 2016 with Hannafin Contractors Ltd as the title sponsor. Team Hannafin Racing will compete for the British F1 Sidecar Championship running alongside the prestigious British Superbike Championship. This Championship is now regarded as the main sidecar Championship in the World being televised and watched by tens of thousands of spectators over the ten round series.






    Please note! The evening is open not just to teams and their families, but anyone who wishes to have a fun evening in the company of some of the best sidecar racers in the UK - so please do read!

    Now the hectic season has come to an end, it is time to think ahead and plan. The RKB-F1 Motorsport team is deeply involved in the season ahead. There is much to do with various negotiations on the sponsorship front, BSB teams are sniffing to be involved, and even one or two celebrity solo riders have expressed interest in piloting an F1 outfit. Clearly, the up-coming year is going to be a season to remember for many reasons. Not least of all the attendance of all the top teams from the UK on some very interesting machinery.

    YOU can rub shoulders with the great and good (and the not so good) by joining us at the awards evening for the 2015 championship. We will be recognising a terrific year by a worthy pair of young champions, and many other stellar performances.

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    After a fantastic 2015 season the Portsmouth based WPS Formula One British sidecar champions of driver Ricky Stevens from Havant and passenger Ryan Charlwood from Dover made their announcement for the 2016 season at the National Exhibition centre in Birmingham on the first day of the Motorcycle live show.

    After a lot of hard work taking place since the end of the season in October the team will again be linking in with a British Superbike team - Quattro Plant - and will be known as "Quattro Cool Kawasaki, with the main sponsors being Quattro Plant and Cool Milk.

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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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    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.

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    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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    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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    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.



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    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.

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    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.


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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.

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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.

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    Round 8 of the Hyundai Heavy Industries British F1 Sidecar Championship in association with the Molson Group was held on the 18-20th September at the famous Assen TT Circuit in Holland. Known as the Cathedral of speed, this was MkRacing's Martin Kirk and Ben Hughes' 1st visit to the circuit and after a 7 week break since the last round at Thruxton, the team were keen to get back to action. A number of Dutch and a couple of world championship teams were also on the entry list and with a grid of 31 teams there was going to be some close racing ahead.