The next racer to take part in Road Racing News, brand new Oliver’s Mount Top 8 series, is nothing short of three wheeling royalty, Bradford’s Conrad Harrison.
Over 28 times a race winner at Yorkshire’s equivalent to the TT Races, North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix, his answers to the Scarborough themed questions are as follows:
Q1: First memory of Oliver’s Mount?
“Watching Barry Sheene beat Mick Grant in the 70’s while spectating with my old man.”
Q2: Favourite part about racing at the mount?
“All the fans and spectators around the course, and chatting to them in the paddock.”
Q3: Favourite section of Scarborough course?
“Got to be the ‘humps’.”
Q4: Best moment thus far at Scarborough?
“Winning overall in 93′ beating Rod Bellas and travelling round the circuit waving to the crowd!”
Q5: All time Scarborough racing hero?
Q6: Is there one machine in particular that you would like to race at Scarborough?
“Yes, my TZ 750 Yamaha!”
Q7: One word to describe Oliver’s Mount?
Q8: Most respected racing rival at Scarborough?
“That’s got to be Ian Bell. Legend!”
Words by Stevie Rial