Road Racing News

Ticket Sale Process For Oliver’s Mount’s New Era Begins

Race fans, road racing aficionados, long term event supporters officially now have the chance to purchase tickets for this years much anticipated re-launched Oliver’s Mount events.

Synonymous with running iomtt.com, long term road racing supporters Duke Marketing, are taking on the role of selling tickets for the Barry Sheene Classic, Gold Cup meetings.

Since the announcement that Oliver’s Mount will be back on the pure road racing calendar, there’s been nothing but positive publicity for England’s sole closed roads course.

Racers who have stated via social media, their intention to return to competition at Scarborough, include 2013 Lightweight Manx GP winner Alistair Haworth, plus accomplished ‘Mount’ exponents Wayne Humble, Sam Johnson, James Tadman and Julian Tillotson.

Commenting on the latest positive news for Oliver’s Mount, former Manx GP winner, six times TT rostrum finisher, new Oliver’s Mount promoter Eddie Roberts who has played a crucial role in returning race action to North Yorkshire’s ‘Mini TT’, stated:

“Since the announcement we’ve been inundated with requests, and we’ve been working tirelessly to get the ball rolling. Duke Marketing have brought their expertise to the table and we’re now ready to go live.”

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Duke Marketing CEO Peter Duke, added:

“70 years after my father Geoff first raced at Oliver’s Mount, I am very proud to be a key marketing partner in the re-launch of the circuit. It’s a proper ‘real roads’ circuit wrapped in enthusiasm from fans, marshals and riders.

Eddie and Mick Grant have worked hard to get the new business off the ground and we are totally committed to supporting them with easy and efficient ticketing services, and travel packages, for the local and International fan base.”

To be able to purchase tickets, for the Barry Sheene Classic (27th-28th of July) and Scarborough Gold Cup (27th-29th of September) events, follow the link below:

https://www.dukevideo.com/oliversmount

Words by Stevie Rial

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