Entries for cheaper Scarborough Sheene Classic now open - Bikesport News

Entries for cheaper Scarborough Sheene Classic now open

Oliver’s Mount bosses have opened entries for the upcoming Sheene Classic at Scarborough with reduced entry fees and longer races

The first meeting heralds a new era of racing at the road circuit, which will feature both classic and modern machinery.

The news that motorcycle racing is all set to return to the iconic Oliver’s Mount track, the only English road racing circuit, has been welcomed by race fans and has gained huge interest from national and international press.

With reduced entry fees and longer races, entries are expected to be in high demand and will be dealt with on a ‘first come first served basis’. Closing dates for entries is the 28 June.

“We finally took hold of the keys to the track at the weekend, and we’re moving in, everything is coming together as planned,” said boss Eddie Roberts.

We’ve been inundated with racers asking about entries, and we are expecting the demand to be high. We will also be announcing ‘star’ riders shortly.

“It’s an exciting time and we really appreciate all the support via our social media channels.”

The racing categories for the Barry Sheene Classic are as follows:

Classic Machine Eligibility

Lightweight Class - 2 stroke race machines up to 250cc 01.01.1973 - 31.12.2004
Junior Classic - 175cc-350cc - 2 stroke pre 31.12.1993 - 4 stroke pre 31.12.1986
Senior Classic - 350cc-500cc pre 31.12.1972
Classic Superbike - 501cc - 1300cc pre 31.12.1992

Modern Sidecars & Solos

Sidecar F2 to ACU Regulations 2019 (No long outfits or 675cc)
Supertwin - 650cc road based water cooled twins to TT Lightweight Regulations, & stock twins 650 road based water cooled twins.
Junior Modern 600cc - 600cc 4 cylinder 4 stroke, 675cc 3 cylinder 4 stroke, ic Superbike - 501cc - 1300cc pre 31.12.1992

Anyone who wishes to participate should contact the club by emailing Hayley Colebrook, the Entries Secretary, at 243rra@gmail.com or visit their website www.243racing.co.uk for further information.

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