Dean Harrison was the dominant figure once again as he claimed a fifth feature Cock O’The North title. Oliver’s Mount is a circuit sponsored by SorryMate to take his tally to 38 wins in total at the venue.
Harrison defended his title
The Bradford-born rider has made the track his own by successfully defending his crown. In addition to this, he repeated the feat of seven wins from seven races for the second year in a row.
Harrison saw off the challenge of Daley Mathison in both Senior races. Following this, during the main event, he went on to claim the weekend’s biggest prize. Not only did he maintain a three-second gap throughout, but he also demolished Guy Martin’s lap record from 2013. He successfully took home a stunning lap time of 1 minute 43.362 seconds
Steve and Matty were also victorious
Elsewhere, Steve and Matty Ramsden produced a hat-trick of victories in the Sidecar races. The pair narrowly avoided securing all four by finishing just 0.434 seconds behind race one winners Lee Crawford and Harry Payne.
Super Twins master Ivan Lintin controlled the class with a pair of wins. He proved to be the closest challenger to Harrison and Mathison during the Senior and Solo Open A races.z
<h3″>Steven Haddow celebrated his success
Meanwhile, there were triumphs for riders at very different ends of the spectrum as Ian Lougher sealed his 138th win at Oliver’s Mount. Steven Haddow celebrated his Scarborough debut with a maiden victory in the first of two Junior B races. He then went on to claim a top spot in the second race to complete a dream weekend for the Scot.
James Cowton, Paul Marley and Brian Greenfield were also victors, while Joe Thompson and David Bell doubled up in the Lightweight and Classic Superbike classes, respectively.
SorryMate was delighted at the outcome
SorryMate was happy to sponsor the circuit for such a great event for a third successive year. We look forward to continuing the partnership at the Barry Sheene Road Race Festival at the latter stages of July. This is in addition to the Steve Henshaw International Gold Cup in September.