RKB-F1 Motorsport is delighted to say that by the end of this week (w/e 6th June) we will be in a position to release a revised calendar for the 2020 Molson Group British Sidecar Championship.
With the ongoing impact Internationally and continued travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the FIM and RKB-F1 Santander Salt organisational team have been obliged to make the following changes to the 2020 calendar.
Whilst the Coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across sport, there are significant stirrings in the world of motorcycle racing. MotoGP and organisers have published a plan to go racing from July.
Following the latest Government updates, the MCRCB has taken the decision to extend their ban on permits until at least the end of June 2020.
One month down the road from our last update, the global Coronavirus situation is still wreaking havoc in the sporting world.
The ongoing and fast-moving situation with COVID-19 and the way it is impacting on global sport has us all on our toes. The RKB-F1/Santander Salt organisational team, along with the FIM, is working frantically behind the scenes to try and deliver the promised new-look FIM World Championship.
Seeking a Press, Media and TV person. bWhilst we are all in this suspended state, with not very much happening on the surface, it does not mean the feet are not paddling away below.
Following unprecedented measures announced by the Government this week in efforts to combat the Coronavirus pandemic, and the subsequent action taken by MSVR announced yesterday, the ban on UK track racing is confirmed until at least May 31st.
Uncertain times ahead maybe – but we’re all ready and waiting. There can be no denying that what the world is going through with the Coronavirus pandemic right now, is something none of us has ever lived through before.
2020 Season almost ready for blast-off. Before the teams assemble at the Oulton Park Circuit in Cheshire for the opening round, most of them will have spent an exhausting off-season building new machinery and many will also have taken the annual pilgrimage to Val de Vienne for pre-season testing.