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    Some details for the first round of the FSRA Championships this weekend, taking place SATURDAY 23rd at Oulton Park. 

    For a championship season preview and the list of registered teams for the British F2 and F2 cup click the link to the FSRA site here

    From Tim Langham, the timetable for this weekend - click the grey read more box or the article title. 

    From Mark Dennis, the live timing for the weekend should appear as if by magic (just like the shopkeeper) on this page on TSL Timing here

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    The list of teams registered (to date) for this seasons F.S.R.A. / A.C.U. British F2 Championship is now on the FSRA website

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    A reminder that in order to score points in this championship (and also those taking part in the Pre-Injection Championship) both driver and passenger need to be members of the F.S.R.A. - if you have not yet joined, forms are available to download from the website, and details of how to submit them are on this page 

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    The F.S.R.A. committee would like to welcome on board a new sponsor for the 2016 ACU/FSRA British F2 Sidecar Championship:

    Breitenbach Rennsport/Pagid RS Racing Brake Pads; along with the Championship sponsors for 2014/15 Lockside Engineering, A.V.Craine & Yorkshire Engine Supplies, who continue to support the top British F2 Sidecar Championship in the U.K.

    Breitenbach Rennsport/Pagid RS Racing Brake Pads will, through a lottery, make a donation of £50 for both classes ("Super" and "F2 Cup") at all six rounds of the Championship, in addition they will award a set of brake pads to the winners of each class at the conclusion of the series.

    Breitenbach Rennsport/Pagid RS Racing Brake Pads kindly awarded brake pads to the overall winners of the 2015 Championship: Alan Founds/Tom Peters and F2 Cup winners Sean Reeves/Mark Wilkes.

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    A total of fourteen teams took part in last year's F350 Post Classic and Preinjection championship and over this past year the interest has grown.

    Hopefully the new teams who have either contacted me or shown interest will be out next year. Maybe a comment on this Forum stating their interest would be positive for the championship and supporting clubs.

    CLICK READ MROE FOR THE 2016 DATES

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    The FSRA AGM and Trophy Presentation took place at the weekend, from Pat Hamblin we have the list of Trophy Winners.

    Congratulations to all the Trophy Winners and thank you to all the officials, marshals and others involved in making another great season.

    It sounds like a good time was had by all at the weekend, good luck for 2016! 

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    The FSRA AGM/Dinner Dance and Trophy Presentations take place on November 21st at the Raddison Blu Hotel - East Midlands Airport ( five minutes from Donington Park Circuit on the run in from J23A of the M1). Tickets including dinner £32. 

    The FSRA need to be giving the hotel an idea of numbers to expect on Monday coming, so if you've not booked tickets and are going please give Dean Banks a shout (click read more). 

    At the same event the FSRA have arranged for a doctor to be there for the ACU Licence Medical. Dean Banks is your point of contact, if you click read more we also have the link to download the licence application forms.

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    The 2015 F.S.R.A. British F2 Championship came to a close at Croft, near Darlington on the weekend of the 26th and 27th September; considered to be the home circuit of Newton Aycliffe-based Team A.R.C. Driver Lee Crawford, once again with Patrick Farrance alongside him enjoyed a near perfect weekend, with pole position, a win, a second place and a new F.S.R.A. Cup lap record.

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    As usual, Cadwell Park served up a fascinating weekend's racing. Good weather, two more-than-interesting races, especially Saturday's and two new race winners. Neither championship was clinched leaving all to play for at Croft in three weeks time.


    Yet again, passengers featured in the news with new pairings as a result of previous incidents with a couple more to add to the list this weekend. Pete Founds paired up with Jevan Walmsley, Jevan gelling immediately and they gained second place after qualifying. Sean Reeves/Mark Wilkes took pole, John Holden/James Neave were third, Alan Founds/Tom Peters fourth and Lee Crawford was fifth, Lee having secured the services of one Patrick Farrance in the chair. 

     

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    Following several months of set-backs and disappointment in the FSRA British F2 Championship series, Team ARC finally had cause for celebration at Cadwell Park, taking a win and a runners-up placing over the weekend.