Oliver’s Mount road race circuit is England’s only natural ‘road’ race track. Situated just five minutes from Scarborough’s town centre, the races have been likened to a ‘miniature TT by the seaside’. Edge of your seat racing, the closest action seen at any race venue, friendly locals and a stunning setting are all key features of a race weekend at Oliver’s Mount.
Importantly, for the racers, the 2.43 mile track has always been regarded as a challenging, tight and twisty circuit, which tests their skills to the maximum. With a racing heritage that dates back to 1946, Oliver’s Mount Race Circuit has a rich history of motor racing and has seen many of the great riders race at ‘The Mount’ over the years.
We must add that Oliver's Mount is a public highway so if you visit Oliver's Mount outside of race days, please note that the speed limit around the whole site is 30 mph. Please respect local residents and other road users by sticking to these speed limits.
Here is a lap of Oliver's Mount with Bruce Anstey from the 2015 Oliver's Mount Gold Cup