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British Sidecar Championship 2024
Following on from the success of 2023, the basic regulations remain such as the split between the GP and Cup Class, with some interesting technical additions. In line with British Supersport regulations, a wider range of engine options is now available for the new season, including “V” twins and triples.
The future for 600’s is also looking brighter, with Honda announcing a new CBR600RR, and Yamaha continuing the successful 600cc R6, the chosen powerplant for most sidecar racers to date.
Variety is always the spice of life, and a wider engine choice, whilst requiring more policing, could add that variety to every race weekend.
Six rounds are scheduled, with four of those running once again with the Bennetts British Superbike Championship, thereby enjoying live Eurosport coverage.
We will continue to bring you all the action from the full season with the latest team news and updates relating to the series.
There will also be highlights of most races on our YouTube Channel.
You will find everything you need here – www.britishsidecarchampionship.co.uk
The 2024 season is now here and will once again see the bulk of this thrilling series on the BSB stage. It kicks off at however, at Pembrey in South Wales with six rounds currently scheduled before the traditional closer at Brands Hatch.
This final round had two unique features which could easily turn the year on its head. Both races would carry the traditional double points allocation, and in a final twist, all competitors were obliged to drop the two least productive races.
The weekend began as early as Friday with an open test session giving interested teams the chance to re-acquaint themselves with the 1.2 mile circuit. Express Tyre Services sponsored the British Championship races, enabling this prestigious series to run within the Jock Taylor Memorial event.