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The 2018 A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship has now reached it's conclusion. Although first and second places had already been sown up following round seven at Castle Combe, the battle for third went all the way to the final race of the series at Oulton Park. Congratulations to the title winners Pete Founds / Jevan Walmsley making it a fantastic "three in a row", with Lee Crawford / Scott Hardie as worthy runners up. Brothers John and Jake Lowther took a deserved third place, in their best season to date in the F.S.R.A. series. In the F2 Cup, debutants Daryl Gibson / Ashley Moore troubled the Super F2 teams on many occasions, and made no mistake in taking the Cup title - making Daryl a champion as a driver and passenger in this series, having won it with father Gary two years ago. Consistency saw Ralph Remnant / Samantha Tilley secure the runners up slot, with a run of podium placings - and impressively finishing every race this year. Chris Schofield / Derek Taylor took a popular third place after a strong end to the season, winning the F2 Cup race at Oulton Park.

 

The F.S.R.A. / Lane Building Services Pre-Injection Championship has it's strongest entries to date, with a number of series newcomers joining the established teams with a variety of machinery providing some close racing. This series also has only one event remaining - the "Sidecar Bash" at Cadwell Park on the 27th and 28th October. John Shipley / Mylo Ward take a commanding lead into the final round, as an incident put championship leaders Simon Horton / Adam Buxton out of contention in qualifying (and the remainder of the weekend) at the penultimate round at East Fortune, while John Chandler was unable to attend, and now finds himself coming under pressure from the other smaller capacity 600cc machines in the run in for the final championship placings.

 

Membership for 2019 is now open and forms are available to download under the heading of "FSRA" above. Remember, all competitors (including passengers who may only be assisting for "one off" events) must be members of the organisation to score points. Membership fees remain fixed at £20 for competitors and £15 for social membership.

 

Details of the 2018 AGM and Annual Dinner Dance are available in the relevant section from the drop down menu above. Please ensure you book your tickets and rooms early to avoid disappointment!

 

 

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