Category: International Racing

James Saunders looking for a passenger for tomorrow at the revival.

I think the title says it all.. Cadwell Park, Sunday.

If you can do it please give me a shout, admin@steveenglish.com and I’ll pass your number on cheers or contact James or John of course.

Bemsee

Sidecar Friday Testing at Cadwell revival is available all day

Morning all, I have just checked with MD and sidecars have test sessions available all day at Cadwell revival. You choose to book all day or half day!

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TIMETABLES AND RELEVANT DOCUMENTS ON BEMSEE HERE

Live timing and links to TSL Timing etc here

Timetables correct at time of print – check the link above for Meeting Info to be double sure!

As of 25th July we are now on v4 of the timetable.

Molson British Sidecars

Cadwell Sidecar Revival is not far away – get on board

The way time is running, we will be into full swing with racing action before we know it.

Our season kicks off at Oulton Park, with Knockhill and Brands Hatch the next up.

It is then off to Cadwell Park for the excitement and spectacle of the Sidecar Revival Festival. The early August date is guaranteed to appeal to all sidecar fans, who have demonstrated in previous years how much they welcome the variety of outfits and personalities on show.

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Molson British Sidecars

Cadwell Sidecar Revival is coming in August – don’t miss it.

With all eyes on a full Molson Group British Championship in 2022, it’s important to note the fourth round will be at the popular and now well-established Cadwell Park Sidecar Revival.

This event has become a favourite with teams and spectators alike, and with restrictions imposed by two years of pandemic now easing, the entry is expected to be bigger than ever.

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Northern Sidecar Cup

Entry open for Northern Sidecar Cup 2022

From Alex Jansen

From 1st January you can register for the Northern Sidecar Cup 2022. We will offer you a fun competition for relatively low cost. You can register for any event of the Northern Sidecar Cup you wish. Each participant always competes for championship points.

There are two separate championships in the Northern Sidecar Cup, the F2 (up to and including 600cc) and F1 (above 600cc).

When you register for at least three events, you will have a chance to win a race tire at every event you participate in.

Teams that participate in all rounds have a chance to win prize money at the end of the season.

For more details click below

RKB-FIM-Superside

Full house of dates for 2022 FIM Sidecar World Championship

After a difficult yet nonetheless very successful 2021 season which saw Markus Schlosser and Marcel Fries crowned champions, Roger Body and his RKB-F1 management team in conjunction with the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme are delighted to announce a full eight-round Championship for 2022. With most European countries now well advanced in their Covid-19 vaccination programmes, there is a real sense of optimism that the global pandemic which has so severely affected sport and travel, will not disrupt arrangements and plans for a full racing season.

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Northern Sidecar Cup

Introducing the Northern Sidecar Cup

FROM ALEX JANSEN

We would like to inform you about the new sidecar competition that starts in 2022: The ‘Northern Sidecar Cup’.

The Cup is organized by Alex Jansen (Sidecar Racing International) in collaboration with the KNMV, FMB-BMB and the DSRA.

The Northern Sidecar Cup races take place in North West Europe.

All teams with a modern sidecar are welcome to participate. It is therefore possible to race with a F1 or F2 and with a 600cc, 1000cc or bigger. We do require an international racing license from participating teams.

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RKB-FIM-Superside

All roads lead to Estoril and double points 29-31 October

The Circuito do Estoril, located about nine kilometres outside the Portuguese Capital Lisbon is home to the final round of the 2021 Championship.

A moderate climate at this late stage of the year, and double points on offer, make it an attractive proposition for a host of crews to make the trip. At the time of going to press, no fewer than eight nations will be represented from eighteen teams.

The late cancellation of the UK Brands Hatch round means that there is an even greater sense of urgency for those teams at the top of the standings.

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Val de Vienne 2022

Eckarts
Eckarts Traininslager

A message from Eckart

after 30 years Carlos Trainingslager i will do it for the next years, hopefully!


21.3.2022 – 25.3.2022. Prices, groups, tracktime will be the same as it was.


www.eckarts-trainingslager.de


The online booking will start friday 6.8.2021.
Further Information on the website or ask me direkctly.


Bye Eckart and Team

Assen World Superbike embraces round four 23-25th July.

For the second time in a matter of weeks, The FIM Sidecar World Championship runs alongside the World SBK series.

The venue this time being the famous “Cathedral of Speed” Assen circuit in Holland where there is an almost fanatical support for the “Zijspan” class. The tradition of sidecar racing in The Netherlands goes back long way with Egbert Streuer and Bernard Schnieders winning three consecutive titles in the eighties.

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Ellis/Clement and Kershaw/Charlwood on top of the podium

FIM Sidecar World Championship Round Three
Donington Park 2-4 July

ALL PHOTOS BY MARK WALTERS, OF COURSE!

For the first time in years, the sidecars shared the stage with World Superbikes, and although Covid protocols made integration across the paddock difficult, the sense of occasion was palpable. The Donington Park track was in fine fettle, and weather perfect for free practice. The top crews in the title chase were all in action, with a good contingent of British regulars giving them food for thought.
Tim Reeves and Kevin Rousseau were philosophical about the Hungary disqualification, and determined to put it behind them with a strong performance here on home-ground.

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FIM Sidecar World Championship Round Two

Close racing and late drama at Pannoniaring Hungary

Hot, dry conditions would guarantee a great weekend on a newly resurfaced track. Free practice was a close affair, with the top four crews studying each other and the general situation. Tim Reeves/Kevin Rousseau set the standard from Markus Schlosser/Marcel Fries and veteran Pekka Paivarinta/Ilse de Haas. Kees Endeveld capsized his outfit without injury to either occupant.

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