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Oliver’s Mount Winners 2010-2020

Following last year’s record breaking, history making Gold Cup meeting, 141 racers have taken a heat, class, overall race victory from competitive action at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough since 2010.

With six victories at the 69th Scarborough Gold Cup, Dean Harrison’s victories total at England’s sole closed roads course, now stands at a very impressive 94, just six shy of the 100 wins mark.

Others to enhance last September their Scarborough victories total included Super Twins lap record holder, Jamie Coward (14 wins), Joe Thompson (16 wins), Julian Tillotson (3 wins).

Reigning back to back Steve Henshaw Gold Cup Champion Lee Johnston (16 wins), new sensation at North Yorkshire’s ‘Mini TT’ Jim Hind (6 wins) and three wheeling King Pins Lee Crawford (13 wins), Scott Hardie (10 wins).

The full list of Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough race winners from 2010-2020, is as follows:

Dean Harrison 94
Ryan Farquhar 70
Ivan Lintin 42
Ian Bell 29
Carl Bell 29
Chris Palmer 18
Guy Martin 18
Ian Lougher 17
Conrad Harrison 16
Lee Patterson 16
Patrick Farrance 16
James Cowton 16
Joe Thompson 16
Lee Johnston 15
Alistair Haworth 14
Jamie Coward 14
Dan Frear 13
Pete Boast 13
Lee Crawford 13
Steve Ramsden 12

Matty Ramsden 12
Dave Bell 11
Davy Morgan 10
Paul Owen 10
Scott Hardie 10
Dave Molyneux 8
Daley Mathison 8
Lee Vernon 8
Tim Reeves 7
Peter Wakefield 6
Jim Hind 6
Tony Thirkell 5
Trevor Johnson 5
Michael Pearson 5
Keith Pringle 5
Paul Coward 5
Jamie Hamilton 5
Geoff Hadwin 5
Ian Hutchinson 4
William Dunlop 4

Mark Goodings 4
Mick Goodings 4
Craig Ridgley 4
Phil Stead 4
Gavin Lupton 4
Rhys Hardisty 4
Harley Rushton 4
Harry Payne 3
Olie Linsdell 3
Gary Jamison 3
Michael Dunlop 3
Nick Anderson 3
Brad Vicars 3
Adrian Harrison 3
Phil Harvey 3
Julian Tillotson 3
Tom Robinson 3
Benjamin Binns 2
Dave Wallis 2
Jake Lowther 2

Joshua Leaning 2
Grant Sellars 2
Daryl Campling 2
Derek Sheils 2
John Jones 2
Derek Clark 2
Bob Farrington 2
Kevin Strowger 2
John Fawcett 2
George Hogton 2
Craig Shirlaw 2
Neil Kernohan 2
Seamus Elliott 2
Marc Coggon 2
Christian Gunson 2
James Hinchliffe 2
Steve Mercer 2
Steven Haddow 2
David Walker 2
Ian Stanford 2

Paul Marley 2
Brian Greenfield 2
Mike Norbury 2
Tim Walsh 2
Mark Jackson 2
Michael Rees 2
Brian Clark 2
Carl Fenwick 1
Mark Sayers 1
? Langham 1
? Ward 1
John Lowther 1
Rod Bellas 1
Glen Dawson 1
Tom Christie 1
Michal Dokoupil 1
Robert Wilson 1
John MacFarlane 1
Colin Stockdale 1
Paul Shoesmith 1

Dave Hewson 1
David Guiney 1
Michael Hofman 1
Adam Child 1
Adam Sheriff 1
Martin Harrison 1
Steven Procter 1
Jochem Van Den Hoek 1
Dave Corlett 1
Matt Rees 1
Gareth Keys 1
Paul Gartland 1
Tom Weeden 1
Darren Cooper 1
Michael Sweeney 1
David Webber 1
Dan Kneen 1
Callum Ward 1
Raymond Tulett 1
Mike Mace 1

David Hebb 1
Nick Jefferies 1
Dan Hegarty 1
Jamie Williams 1
Justin Waring 1
Jamie O’Brien 1
Robert Chambers 1
Barry Evans 1
Stephen Parsons 1
Justin Collins 1
Daniel Forbes 1
Richard Telford 1
Rad Hughes 1
Mark Purslow 1
Toby Shann 1
Aran Sadler 1
Dave Grigson 1
John Hannaford 1
Andy Hornby 1
David Murphy 1
Lewis Arrowsmith 1

If you want to find out more intriguing facts, stats on England’s active real roads circuit, why not check out our latest publication, Memories of The Mount, you won’t be disappointed! Memories of The Mount

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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