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
After five weeks away, the FIM Sidecar World Championship swings back into action in Germany. Sixteen crews from eight nations are entered for the event with six making the journey from the UK.
FIM Sidecars: More success for Schlosser/Fries in Rijeka as Ellis/Clement consolidate championship position
The 2021 FIM World Championship is well and truly alive and kicking. Even with a grid depleted by COVID and travel restrictions, all the main players were on duty in Rijeka, welcomed with open arms by an enthusiastic crowd at the Automotodrom Grobnik.
As the 2021 season moves into its second half, the battle at the top of the standings reflects a dominant performance by the vastly experienced Swiss crew Markus Schlosser and Marcel Fries (Gustoil Racing Yamaha).