Outright Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough lap record holder Dean Harrison, Silicone Engineering Kawasaki steeds will carry the number 1 plate.
Reminder Harrison is just six short of the 100 wins mark at Scarborough, a feat achieved only thus far by Ian Lougher and Ryan Farquhar.
Ulster GP Super Twins victor Paul Jordan, Neil Kernohan are set to lead Mistral Racing’s Classic Superbike challenge, piloting ZXR 750 Kawasaki’s.
Just two racers are 675 Daytona Triumph mounted within the Supersport class, whilst 25 riders pilot Yamaha’s much lauded YZF R6 model.
Overall entry numbers stand at 110 plus, with the highest start number 903 held by newcomer Jack Sim.
This weekend will mark Adam McLean’s first Scarborough race outing for almost four years. The Tobermore racer is linking up for the first time with Robbie Silvester’s VRS Racing team.
The sole Moto 2 exponent this weekend is Whitby’s Justin Waring, who last sampled Supersport class competition at his only TT Races appearance to date in 2006.
Overall ten manufacturers have representation including CF Moto courtesy of Obsession Engineering’s Dave Hewson.
2021 marks the 75th anniversary of racing at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough, England’s only active real roads circuit.
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou