71st Gold Cup: News From The Paddock

71st Gold Cup: News From The Paddock

The Hedzup Racing youth development charity, are represented this weekend by 2022 Scottish CB 500 Championship runner-up Calum Pert.

Pert son of top 12 Manx Grand Prix finisher Ian Pert, prime steed for his Oliver’s Mount racing debut is Alasdair Cowan Racing’s CB 500 Honda.

In addition to being astride the Allspeeds Racing by Garnett Electrical Kawasaki, Michael Browne is also set to pilot one of Team ILR with Frog Vehicle Developments S1-R Paton’s.

Allspeeds Racing by Garnett Electrical, Super Twins class challenge is headed by local hero Paul Marley.

Ten times TT winner Ian Lougher will be at the controls of the Laylaw Racing, TZ 250 Yamaha.

18 years ago, the Welsh road racing icon, set at the Mount, a new 1000cc Production machinery lap record of 80.808 mph.

Not featured in the official Gold Cup program, German two stroke machinery specialist Chris Meyer is now due to sample the Road Racing News, Lightweight races.

Confirmed non-starters include Justin Collins, Julian Tillotson and Martin Morris.

It’s over two years since 92 plate holder, NCE Racing’s Jamie Williams last raced at Scarborough.

Williams recently took part in the IRRC season finale at Frohburg, were temperatures topped 35 °C.

The overall Steve Henshaw Gold Cup feature race prize pot, tops £2,200 pounds.

2023 Gold Cup rider representatives are Roddy Taylor and Matty Ramsden.

Clerk of The Course this weekend is Brett Moor.

Start-line officials include ex pure road racing exponent, Ray Hutchison.

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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