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Gary Graves To Take Leave From Road Racing

Gary Graves is taking a leave from road racing. Gary who has been racing for ten years is happy with his accomplishments so far in his road racing career which have included been a race winner at Cookstown 100 and Aberdare park road races.

At Oliver’s Mount Gary has secured over the years many notable results including top ten finish in second Darran Lindsay trophy superbike race at 2012 Scarborough gold cup where he was leading 600 mounted rider. At the same gold cup the R6 Yamaha mounted rider secured 11th place finish in feature Steve Henshaw international gold cup race.

Overall 2012 was a memorable year for Gary as he made debut at the worlds most famous road race the Isle of Man TT. Supersport TT race 1 saw him secure 49th place finish plus recording lap speed of over 110 mph.


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Everywhere Gary has competed at over the years he has produced highly accomplished performances and looking to the future he is helping out his son Owen Graves who potentially in a couple of years time could be making his Oliver’s Mount debut.

Plus the 2014 Scarborough gold cup is perhaps not the last time we will have seen Gary Graves in action around Oliver’s Mount as he could in a few years time make a return to action around the mount.

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