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Oliver’s Mount Maestros Crawford/Hardie Southern 100 Bound

Multiple times race winners at Oliver’s Mount, next gen three wheeling duo Lee Crawford/Scott Hardie are the latest notable driver/passenger combination planning to compete at this years Southern 100.

Driver Crawford who’s S100 exploration next month will be his first time tackling the famous Colas Billown course, has in recent years established himself amongst Sidecar racing’s quickest young drivers.

Alongside passenger Hardie at Scarborough, the Bishop Auckland at last years Gold Cup held off challenges from the likes of Tim Reeves/Mark Wilkes, Conrad Harrison/Andy Winkle and the Lowthers John & Jake to seal in fine style victories in the opening Sidecar races.

Competing again this year under the Team ARC banner, Crawford/Hardie recently shook down their Suzuki powered outfit for the Southern 100 at a recent test at Donington Park.

They are also set to gain additional track time this weekend ahead of their first closed roads event of 2018, at this weekends Wirral 100 ran Anglesey meeting.

An ambitious duo, Crawford/Hardie have no question the ability to make next month an eye catching Southern 100 debut, as they aim to as they have at Oliver’s Mount on multiple occasions claim many a famous scalp.

Words by Stevie Rial

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