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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.

 

The 2018 A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 Sidecar Championship is already three rounds old, and is now on it's usual "break" until resuming at Anglesey in late July in order to accommodate the I.o.M. T.T. and Southern 100 road races. It's a familiar combination who top the table - the double champions of Pete Founds / Jevan Walmsley, who have finished in the top two in every race so far. However, Lee Crawford / Scott Hardie have won every race they have started this year, and if they can find consistent reliablity they look like they will be able to mount a series title threat. Consistent top four finishing has seen Sean Hegarty / James Neave in a strong third place. In the F2 Cup, debutants Daryl Gibson / Ashley Moore have been troubling the Super F2 teams, and but for a pair of non-finishes would be absolutely dominating this section, but currently share top spot in the standings with Ralph Remnant / Samantha Tilley. Both sections are sure to provide some exciting racing later in the year, with another five rounds to decide things.

 

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. The pace of the TZ700 Yamaha two-stroke of Greg Noble / Bob Sztajnert has proved almost unstoppable in qualifying, but fragility in race trim has seen them drop down the championship table. Anglesey saw a change at the top of the Championship standings, with brothers John and Doug Chandler taking four solid points finishes to snatch the lead from early season pace setter John Shipley (with his many passengers!).

 

Membership for 2018 is still 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.

 

The F.S.R.A. committee wish all teams competing in the Isle of Man T.T. and Southern 100 Races a safe, successful and enjoyable time.

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