Molson British Sidecars

Windy Snetterton shows the very best of British

Round two at Snetterton attracted the absolute cream of Britain’s sidecar talent, and that was borne out by the action on track. An added challenge came in the shape of storm Ellen which brought gale-force winds howling around throughout Friday and Saturday.

Despite the difficult conditions, qualifying resulted in pole position going to the existing 600cc lap record holders Todd Ellis and Charlie Richardson.

They were close to their own lap record speed on their Santander Salt Honda to claim the place ahead of current and eight times World Champion Tim Reeves/Kevin Rousseau. Series leaders Steve Kershaw and Ryan Charlwood sat on row two alongside a delighted Ricky Stevens/Jonny Allum, who missed the Cadwell Park opener.

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We have a new page in top menu, the Directory

Ok it’s not a new page, it’s an old page reborn, being rebuilt. If you have a business that makes bits, sells bits or organises things sidecar related – anything that could be useful and you want it on the page for free,
send me a line here with a logo (if you have one of course)
and a link to your site/facebook/twitter or phone number.

Have a look on the page as it is now, I’m currently slowly working my way through the list adding more content.

FIM Sidecar World Championship 2020 season cancelled due to COVID-19 pressures

2020 season cancelled due to COVID-19 pressures

It is with heavy hearts and a deep sense of regret that in conjunction with the FIM, the decision has been taken to abort the planned five-round series for the current year.

Despite all our best efforts early in the year negotiating dates and facilitating an on-line entry system, the ever-changing situation between countries, and the various lock-down measures implemented as a result, destroyed any confidence teams and organisers had that travel would be possible, or even predictable.

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2020 FIM Sidecar World Championship cancelled

From the FIM (thought I should include both releases, this and RKB)

After several attempts to reorganise the 2020 calendar and careful discussions regarding the difficulties caused by the Coronavirus disease (#COVID19) pandemic at the organisational level, the FIM, the promoter RKB-F1/Santander Salt Ltd, the national federations of Croatia, Hungary, Germany, Great Britain, Portugal and the local organisers have been forced to cancel the 2020 FIM Sidecar World Championship.

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Racing in Scotland – update from Yvonne Davidson

Racing in Scotland.
Knockhill 5/6th Sept has been cancelled, instead Knockhill are offering Sidecar support races at the British Sidecar championship meeting on Sunday 20th Sept.

Entry will cost £160 for 2 races +practice. Also If there’s spaces on BSC grid, then those holding a national licence can qualify for grid.

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