Oliver’s Mount chiefs reveal ticket prices

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BOSSES at the 243 Road Racing Association have announced their pricing structure for this year’s two road races at Oliver’s Mount.

The news comes just days after the club was revealed to be taking over race operations at the Scarborough venue, much to the delight of eager fans.

As details trickle out slowly from the Eddie Roberts and Mick Grant-fronted organisation, the 2019 pricing structure has also now been unveiled.

Gate prices for both the Barry Sheene Classic in July and the Gold Cup in September will both run at £20 for Saturday, £25 for Sunday and £40 for the weekend.

Camping will cost £10 per pitch per night for tents, caravans or motorhomes. Advance tickets will run at the above rates but include free camping, while children under 15 will be admitted for free and camp at no cost.

A limited run of paddock passes will be available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the main gate, paddock and mountainside entrances for a crisp £10 each.

Details on how to purchase tickets will be available soon.

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