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Welcome to the homepage of the F.S.R.A. - please navigate the site using the menu bar above. All race reports are online, along with current championship standings, regulations, information about the organisation etc.

 

A new season is almost upon us, and this year sees the strongest line up in both quality and quantity for the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship. Thirty five teams have signed up to the series, which includes reigning champions, Pete Founds & Jevan Walmsley, last years runners up Lee Crawford & Scott Hardie, multiple TT winner Dave Molyneux & Harry Payne and a plethora of other talent. Seven newcomer drivers will make their series debut, including the 2018 F.S.R.A. Pre-Injection champions, John Shipley jnr & Milo Ward. A full list of registered teams can be viewed in the Formula II section of this website.

 

The F.S.R.A. / Lane Building Services Pre-Injection Championship had a fantastic 2018 season, with this series going from strength to strength. At the AGM, it was proposed and approve to split the class into an "F2" (up to 600cc fourstrokes, and up to 350cc twostrokes), and an "Open" section for all other machinery, with separate awards for both. Interest has continued to grow, with established teams and newcomers all expected to be on the grid for the season opener at Mallory Park on Sunday 7th April.

 

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.

 

Dates for the 2019 F.S.R.A. events are now confirmed and published on this website  - please see the appropriate sections. Competitors are urged to get their entries in well before the closing dates - particularly those in the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Class. Any potential "Wild Card" teams should contact the British F2 Championship co-ordinator, Pat Hamblin, before attempting to submit an entry with a host club.

 

 

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