EMRA Sidecars to fight for biggest prize in a decade

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Despite dropping a win to Smith and Dobie, King and Sigsworth (44) still have a stronghold on the Sidecar points...

MALLORY Park’s sidecar grids could be getting much bigger this season after EMRA bosses have revealed the largest cash prize pot in over a decade.

Loyal series title sponsor WAS Auto Centre has not only tacked another year onto its continued support of the outfit class, but teams will not fight for a £2000 prize fund for the top three in the championship – the largest jackpot in well over 10 years.

And the winner of EMRA’s coveted Phil Dongworth Trophy at the sixth and final round of 2019 will take home a pretty £1000.

Reigning champs Andy King and Andrew Sigsworth took the title last year by nearly 100 points, but the battle could well heat up with money on the line…

*Image: Sid Diggins

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