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Barry Sheene Classic Races - Oliver's Mount - 27 & 28 July 2019

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Barry Sheene Classic Races - Oliver's Mount - 27 & 28 July 2019

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Anyone fancy this? I want to go for at least one of the days, if only to show support for Eddie Roberts and Mick Grant for getting road racing back on Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough.

Ticket Prices OTG
£20 on Saturday
£25 on Sunday
£40 for a full weekend ticket
£10 Paddock Pass (limited)
£10 for camping

Advanced Tickets same as above (include camping) available from Duke on 01624 640024
Or online;

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Lindsay @ 21/07/2019 22:58  

I could be tempted..

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Deleted Member @ 21/07/2019 23:54  

Friday & saturday possibly need Sunday at home..d'you think that would work ?

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Deleted Member @ 21/07/2019 23:57  

I wish!

Lots of old friends to catch up with, but Maggie (My dog.) tells me I can't go. 😢

Hope you have a great time though!

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invalid characters @ 22/07/2019 09:47  

Looking forward too this, great racing and two bands on fri/sat night in the campsite👍

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Deleted Member @ 25/07/2019 18:41  

Going over on Sunday, it'll be good to see all the old bikes being put through their paces, the sounds and smells.
Hoping it will be well attended. !

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Dave58 @ 25/07/2019 19:00  

This always makes me giggle Dave.

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invalid characters @ 25/07/2019 19:43  

Just had chance to watch now 'invalid characters'..........awesome, the crew looked like they were having fun, powerslides, driftng and a wheelie exiting the final corner, guess there's truth in the statement "old dogs still bite"😉

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Dave58 @ 26/07/2019 19:26  

I'll bet they were Dave.
After attending just one trackday TRYING trying to do some development work on my Seeley Weslake, I gave up and entered modern supertwins races on it, before doing the real classic races it was built for.

a/ It surprised a lot of people.
b/Lots of them didn't even know what it was and came around to see/talk about it after.

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invalid characters @ 26/07/2019 22:39  

What time is the 1st event at Oliver’s Mount Sunday anyone please?

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MTgeeman @ 27/07/2019 19:39  

Sorry MT, I was out last night so didnt see this until now. You've probably already found out by now.

If not, this may be useful ...

Qualifying: 09:00
Parades/Lunch: 12:30
Racing: 13:30 to 18:00

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Lindsay @ 28/07/2019 10:12  

Well I'm not impressed with the event, far too many long breaks in between races. They will have to up their game if they are to get people to attend and make a success of the racing again.

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Deleted Member @ 28/07/2019 16:12  

In fairness Glen, whilst the racing was brilliant, close and competitive, the sea mist which kept rolling in during the afternoon put the organisers in 'Cautious' mode and caused delays, they obviously didn't want to take unnecessary risks over safety, given what happened a few years ago.
There were a couple of Red flag incidents too, we saw a sidecar overturned at Mere Hairpin, thankfully no-one was injured. Plenty of interesting classic noisy, fast, smelly machinery, won't put me off going to the Gold Cup in September.

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Dave58 @ 29/07/2019 09:21  

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