Oliver’s Mount have announced a number of cancellations and events being rescheduled following Scarborough Council inspecting the event’s location and discovering a number of problems with the infastructure.
Oliver’s Mount detailed the situation and what happens next for competitors and spectators on a Facebook Post.
Oliver’s Mount 2021 Barry Sheene Classic Festival is cancelled
Oliver’s Mount 2021 Festival is cancelled
Bike Hillclimb and Michelin Steve Henshaw Gold Cup rescheduled
August Bank Holiday Weekend GB Supermoto and Car Hillclimb unaffected
Here are the devices that can run iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8 :
Apple have just announced and previewed iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8 at the (once again) streamed WWDC 2021. If you are a developer your beta downloads have already gone live and the public beta period begins in July. The big question is, ‘is your hardware compatible?’ Apple usually removes support for a few devices each year as the software evolves, check below to see if your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch had made cut.
The Armoy Road Races have released info and a real teaser on what they are describing as ‘bumper entries’ for the upcoming 2021 Event.
ARMOY ROAD RACES 2021 SEES BUMPER ENTRIES
Armoy Road Races have a bumper entry this year according to Bill Kennedy MBE, Clerk of the Course.
To date, entries have been received from all over Ireland and the United Kingdom with nearly 30 of them newcomers. It would seem there is a keen interest in racing at Armoy this year and who will turn up at to race in the famous Bayview Hotel Race of Legends.
Wilson Craig’s Team Principal Darren Gilpin has confirmed not just Bolton man Davey Todd, who had a great win at the Spring Cup weekend at Oliver’s Mount, but Chris Burns from Newcastle. He said; “Davey is well known on the roads but Chris has extensive experience on all levels of racing including Moto GP, British Superbike as well as German and Dutch Superbike Championships. Pure road racing is something that Chris has wanted to do for some time now. His father was a former TT competitor and that’s part of his motivation.
“Steven Smith from Antrim will also be part of the team, and he is really looking forward to Armoy and what its 3.03 mile course has to offer.”
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