Oliver's Mount have released tickets for their 2019 comeback, with both the Barry Sheene Classic and the International Gold Cup being held at Scarborough. This comes just weeks after the events were saved by 243 Road Racing in a takeover from the Auto66 club. The races haven't been held since September 2017, where there were two seperate incidents, which ended up injuring 12 people.
CEO of Duke Marketing said "Seventy years after my father Geoff first raced at Olivers 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 fanbase.".
The events will run on 27-28 July and 27-29 September, and tickets are avaliable on Duke's website
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