FSRACUP

  • FSRA Header

    The 2018 F.S.R.A. Annual Dinner and Dance was held on Saturday 24th November at the Radisson Blu East Midlands Hotel, where the prize presentations were made to mark the end of a successful season for both the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship, and the F.S.R.A. / Lane Building Services Pre-Injection Sidecar Championship. To see a full list of the trophy winners, please click "read more".

  •  

    Daryl Gibson and Ashley Moore, representing "Gibson Racing" have had a remarkable year after joining forces in the spring of 2018. They dominated the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Cup series - taking eleven wins and a further podium place from fifteen starts - winning the championship by an impressive forty four points. They also placed an excellent sixth overall in the "Super F2" category against the more established teams.

  • FSRA Header

    F2 Header

    The final round of the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British Formula 2 Sidecar Championship took place at Oulton Park, and owing to circuit restrictions this was a one day only meeting with North Gloucester Road Racing on Saturday 6th October. With the top two places in the Super F2 Championship already decided - Peter Founds / Jevan Walmsley and Lee Crawford / Scott Hardie respectively - congratulations to both teams - third place was still for the taking with two teams tied, namely John and Jake Lowther and Steve and Matty Ramsden. Also to be decided was the F2 Cup with Daryl Gibson / Ashley Moore leading Ralph Remnant / Sam Tilley by thirty eight points.

  • FSRA Header

    F2 Header

    Welcome to the final preview for the 2018 A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British Formula 2 Sidecar Championship. With seven meetings down, the final round is once again hosted by North Gloucester Road Racing Club, close to the idyllic village of Little Budworth in Cheshire, at Oulton Park.

  • FSRA Header

    F2 Header

    The penultimate round of the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British Formula Two Sidecar Championship took place this past weekend in the “Grand National” meeting at Castle Combe in Wiltshire. Our hosts, for the second time this season, were the North Gloucester Road Racing Club.

  • FSRA Header

     

    Mallory Park produces a scorcher in more ways than one

    Bank Holiday weekend 6th/7th May saw the third round of the A.C.U./F.S.R. A British Formula 2 sidecar championship at Mallory Park with E.M.R.A the host club in polar opposite weather conditions to the previous weekend at Cadwell Park. With the forecast to be the hottest Early May Bank Holiday on record it would be very tiring for all competitors in the searing heat and two x twenty lap races scheduled.

  • FSRA Header

    30738167 1595723450547472 2359716657347146334 n-1

    The second round of the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British Formula Two Sidecar Championship, held with the host club B.M.C.R.C. Will be at Cadwell Park on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th April. This venue seemed like our second home last season - visiting the Lincolnshire circuit three times, however this will be our only visit this season.

  • FSRA Header

    30121095 1660922750650688 9296962 n

    The first round of the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship took place over the weekend of the 7thand 8th April in contrasting conditions. Many teams took the opportunity of a couple of test sessions on Friday afternoon to familiarise themselves with the circuit, having not been there since 2016 - and for some it was their first visit.

  • image1 400px

    The Fsra british f2 sidecar championship kicked off at Croft this weekend with the current f2 Cup Champion Mike Jackson and new passenger Harry Payne having a great weekend and coming away with a 5th & 6th, which placed them 5th overall in the Championship points. With the new championship rules stating that the top 6 from the race one result are to be reversed to set the grid for race 2, this put Mike & Harry on the front row for the first time, alongside Conrad Harrison & Andy Winkle. They were able to capitalise on this by out racing Conrad/Andy into turn one, and managing to lead a British Championship race for the first time, eventually losing out to some of the top teams.