Oliver’s Mount tickets – reduced prices for 2019 on sale now

Steve Rose
By Steve Rose

BikeSocial Publisher. Has been riding since before Frankie said ‘Relax’, owned more than 100 bikes and has written for, edited or published most of the UK’s best known bike magazines. Strangely attracted to riding high miles in all weathers, finds track days ‘confusing’ and describes the secret to better riding as ‘being invincible’. 

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OIivers Mount Tickets Now On Sale!

Tickets are now on sale for the Barry Sheene Classic and the International Gold Cup race meetings at Scarborough’s famous Olivers Mount road racing course. Fans will be pleased to see ticket prices have been reduced from previous years, making a weekend’s racing even more tempting than before. Prices for both events are as follows:

Saturday £20, Sunday £25, Weekend Ticket £40

Camping: £10 per pitch per night (tent/caravan/motorhome)

Advance purchases include free camping

Under 16s: free entry

Paddock passes sold ONLY on the gate at £10 per weekend

Duke Marketing, operators of the Isle of Man TT website will be managing ticket sales in partnership with the new commercial operators of the Scarborough circuit who have taken on the resurrection of the UK mainland’s only road racing circuit at Olivers Mount. The racing itself will be organised by the newly formed TwoFourThree Road Racing Association.

The Barry Sheene Classic celebrates the return of racing to the Course on 27th and 28th July, followed by the always hotly contested Gold Cup in September. The Gold Cup, which has previously seen wins for Guy Martin, Dean Harrison, Mick Grant, Geoff Duke, Barry Sheene and David Jefferies, takes place from the 27th to the 29th of September.

Advance tickets are available from Duke on 01624 640024 or online at www.dukevideo.com/oliversmount

Demand for tickets is expected to be high and camping pitches will be limited. Scarborough residents will receive a discount, on both advance and gate tickets.

 

olivers mount prices

Eddie Roberts and Mick Grant have been instrumental in the return of racing to Oliver’s Mount

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