FIM Sidecar World Championship
The World beckons, so get ready to Rock
This is a very exciting time to be involved in the fascinating world of sidecar racing.
Whether you are confident and seasoned regulars or wildly enthusiastic young talent, the new season holds promise not seen for many years.
Now under the same organisational umbrella as the British Sidecar Championship, the 2021 FIM Sidecar World Championship will deliver full grids and top-class racing, with entertainment levels second to none.
When the championship was ordained in 1949, the capacity limit was 600cc. It is testament to the wisdom of those early pioneers, that seventy years on, the series is not only one of the original FIM Championships still in its original form, but is alive and well with 600cc power.
FIM Sidecar World Championship Latest News
The sight of grand prix sidecars streaming through Eau Rouge and away along the Keppel Straight is a sight to stir even the most passive of motorsport fans. That is what to expect the weekend of June 2-5th when the third round of the FIM Sidecar World Championship again joins the FIM Endurance World Championship, this time at the famous 4.352 miles Ardennes circuit of Spa Francorchamps in Belgium.
RKB-F1 Motorsport is delighted to bring some exciting news to fans and lovers of Grand Prix Sidecar racing worldwide. Each round of the 2022 FIM Sidecar World Championship will have a half-hour TV show filmed and produced by a dedicated crew and aired across the globe through a variety of channels.
The first of two appearances with the FIM Superbike World Championship takes place at the famous Assen circuit in The Netherlands over the weekend of April 23-24. Hot on the heels of the Le Mans opener, the battle for honours is already taking shape as we might have expected.