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A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Teams To Battle For Bill Boddice Trophy

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Words – Tim Langham (F.S.R.A. Press Officer) / Photographs – Paul Hunt

Following an eventful season opener at Brands Hatch, the series resumes at Donington Park on the 14th and 15th May, once again with host club N.G.R.R.C..

The weekend will not only see teams fiercely battling for championship points, but the winners of race two will be awarded the “Bill Boddice Trophy”, which reigning champions Lee Crawford / Scott Hardie (LCR Suzuki) will be hoping to defend having taken two dominant wins at this meeting last season. However, they did not have things all their own way at Brands, where Pete Founds / Jevan Walmsley (LCR Honda) took a brace of wins to top the standings by fourteen points.

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Founds & Walmsley Victorious In The Battle At Brands

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Words – Tim Langham (F.S.R.A. Press Officer) / Photographs J.T.W. Motorsport Photography

Four-time champions Pete Founds / Jevan Walmsley (LCR Honda) took a fine brace of wins in the opening round of this year’s British F2 Sidecar Championship at Brands Hatch – but were made to work particularly hard in race two as they had an enthralling tussle with reigning title holders Lee Crawford / Scott Hardie (LCR Suzuki). Meanwhile, Rob Atkinson / Mark Middleton (Bellas Yamaha) made a perfect start to their F2 Cup campaign, taking both class wins in dominant fashion.

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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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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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2022 A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship

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A message from Pat Hamblin:

Happy New Year everyone, it’s now time to start making plans and preparations for the 2022 season. If you intend registering or would like more information regarding the 2022 A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship, please contact myself (Pat Hamblin), via email – pat.fsra@talktalk.net or via Facebook Messenger.

This year, the organisation are running a six round (thirteen race) championship which will avoid the Isle of Man T.T. and the Southern 100 events. Registration is now open, and further details and administration forms will be sent on request.

Round 1 – Brands Hatch 22/23/24 April; Round 2 – Donington Park 14/15 May (Bill Boddice Trophy); Round 3 – Anglesey 25/26 June; Round 4 – Cadwell Park 6/7 August (International Sidecar Revival); Round 5 – Croft 20/21 August (Battle of Britain); Round 6 – Knockhill 10/11 September.

Historic Double Delight For Team A.R.C.

Words – Tim Langham / Photographs – Dirk Wharton; Jenny Wells; Richard Hindmarch.

Croft – Dirk Wharton

2021 saw a step towards a return to normality following a truncated 2020 season, which had been one of cancellations and restrictions in the world of motor racing. Lee Crawford and Scott Hardie had a dominant year campaigning their LCR Suzuki F2, which ran faultlessly throughout, and also made their F600 debut on a recently acquired LCR Kawasaki with hugely encouraging results.

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A Record Breaking Return To Scotland For The British F2 Sidecar Championship

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Words – Tim Langham (F.S.R.A. Press Officer / Photos – Bryan Gough)

There was a memorable return for the first British F2 Sidecar Championship races to be held in Scotland for almost two decades. Knockhill served up some first-class racing, with new lap records achieved in both the Super F2 and Cup classes as the final placings were decided at the end of a fascinating season – which whilst disrupted by the “Covid-19” pandemic – was a credible six round series, featuring thirteen points scoring races.

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