British F1: Cadwell Sidecar Revival is not far away – get on board

British F1: Cadwell Sidecar Revival is not far away – get on board

British F1: Cadwell Sidecar Revival is not far away – get on board

Race action from Cadwell Park Revival

The way time is running, we will be into full swing with racing action before we know it. Our season kicks off at Oulton Park, with Knockhill and Brands Hatch the next up. It is then off to Cadwell Park for the excitement and spectacle of the Sidecar Revival Festival.

The early August date is guaranteed to appeal to all sidecar fans, who have demonstrated in previous years how much they welcome the variety of outfits and personalities on show.

Given the difficult circumstances surrounding the past two seasons, we are determined to make this the best Revival ever, and for that reason we urge all owners of modern, classic, and period sidecar outfits to enter or become involved. There are classes for virtually all types of racing outfits from F1 British Championship spec. machinery to the grass roots bikes in the BHR Bears category.

If there is no specific class available for your machine in terms of actual competition then why not come along and join in the parades. This event has become a standard in the annual calendar with stars from far and wide joining in the fun.

Entries for the event are open and there is already strong interest, but the more the merrier, and we are keen to make this another memorable event. If you’ve registered before on the Bemsee website, then just go to and click on “Race Entries”.

If you are a new entry for the Revival you will need to register on the site and then will be free to enter the meeting.

Molson Championship dates are as below.

April 30/May 2 Oulton Park
June 17-19 Knockhill
July 22-24 Brands Hatch
August 5-7 Cadwell Revival
August 12-14 Thruxton
August 27-29 Cadwell Park
September 9-11 Snetterton
Sept 30-Oct 2 Donington Park
October 14-16 Brands Hatch


FIM Sidecars: Four short weeks and we will all be in Le Mans

FIM Sidecars: Four short weeks and we will all be in Le Mans

FIM Sidecars: Four short weeks and we will all be in Le Mans

Todd Ellis

Suddenly the new FIM Sidecar World Championship is almost here with the opening round scheduled over the weekend of 14-16 April in Le Mans.

2021 saw an exceptionally close five-way battle, possibly the tightest for years. All bets are off for 2022 because those hungry young guns are back, whilst the old guard, including the reigning and former champions, are all determined to retain or reclaim the title.

Reputations are at stake, crowns are there to be knocked off, and new names are lining up to become part of sidecar racing history.

It is stimulating and inspiring to see the element of competition so strong in a sport which in recent years has been somewhat in the shadows.

An eight-round championship in as many different countries promises the most ambitious and varied season for years. Align that to the world-famous circuits involved, many of them Grand Prix venues and the fact that four rounds are alongside FIM World Championship premier events, and it is clear to see how far the championship has come since Roger Body and his RKB-F1 Motorsport team became promoters in 2020.

It is vital we maximise entries for the new season. Strong grids featured towards the close of 2021 and we are keen to continue that momentum.

Television coverage will be enhanced for the new season, with highlights shows under discussion for each round.

The on-line entry portal is open, so with a matter of a few weeks remaining, we urge all interested and competitive teams to visit the website at

Photo credits: Mark ‘Wally’ Walters

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