Road Racing News

Spring Cup May Bound As Confirmed Dates For 2021 Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough Events Enter Horizon

Confirmed today, the returning Spring Cup meeting is planned to open Oliver’s Mount racing proceedings for 2021 from the 8th-9th May.

Following the two day Spring Cup it’s hoped the Barry Sheene Classic (19th-20th June) will take centre stage next and if last August’s competition is anything to go by, it’s not to be missed!

July/August’s action at North Yorkshire’s ‘Mini TT’ focuses upon the new look Oliver’s Mount Festival (31st July-1st August).

Whilst for many the showpiece Oliver’s Mount race meeting, the prestigious Gold Cup is confirmed to take place from the 12th-13th of September.

It’s great news for fans of Oliver’s Mount, UK roads fans, racers, teams, various sponsors, hotel owners, local businesses that four meetings are proposed to take place next year.

Expect as witnessed at the 68th Scarborough Gold Cup, large, enthusiastic crowds at all four events who are certain to be treated to world class, compelling, thrilling, exhilarating real road racing action.

Added Scarborough updates:

Tickets for next year’s meetings will go on sale from the 20th November. There will be no season ticket scheme for 2021 events. Super Moto machines could return to competition around the Mount in 2021.

Organisers also stated the following via the official Oliver’s Mount Racing Facebook page:

“We don’t know what spectator number restrictions may be in place for next season, so it would be advisable to book early as the tickets may sell out again and the discount code will be withdrawn as the season draws nearer.

Please ensure all hotel bookings and travel arrangements made are refundable as it is quite possible we may have to move the event dates again as we had to this year.

The Gold Cup in particular could move if there is no action in the Isle of Man in August, as at present, The Gold Cup clashes with a BSB round and we would like to give our riders and fans alike the chance to attend both events if possible.”

Words by Stevie Rial

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