With more than thirty years of history to look back on, this page will be used to keep up to date records of past champions, archives etc. My thanks go to John Newton, who has spent many hours researching and logging all of the information on this page.
NOTE. This information is correct at the time of publishing, i.e. 12th January 2019. We will endeavour to update these files as and when necessary in the future, in which case the date in this paragraph will define when this page was last amended.
Despite some of the adjacent columns showing a number of successful pairings, the lists of most successful drivers and passengers are independent of one another.
Narrowly missing out in an appearance in both lists is Craig Hallam, who has eight wins in total - four as a driver and the same number as a passenger!
To date, the British F2 Sidecar Championship has visited eighteen different venues (arguably, nineteen, as "Carnaby" in 1985 was a circuit close to Carnaby village near Bridlington, whereas "Carnaby 2" was held within the confines of a M.o.D. base at Leconfield, near Beverley, twenty miles away). 383 races have been held in the 34 years to date.
The F2 Cup was introduced in 2002, and has run alongside the "Super F2" championship ever since, those eligible for the Cup can score points in both championships. This category allows up and coming teams to compete for victories and podium places, whilst still racing at British level. However, in recent years it has been an increasingly common sight to see the same teams appearing on both the Super and Cup podiums in the same weekend! In 2005, Tony Elmer and Darren Marshall became the only crew to date to win both the Super and Cup Championship titles in the same year. In 2018, Daryl Gibson achieved the feat of winning the F2 Cup as a driver (2018), and a passenger (2016).
This list shows the number of podium appearances for drivers who have had at least one win in the A.C.U. / F.S.R.A. British F2 (Super) Championship. Bracketed numbers denote the number of championships won.