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Oliver's Mount
Oliver's Mount track map.svg
Oliver's Mount Track Layout
Location North Yorkshire, England
Coordinates 54°15′47″N 0°24′18″W / 54.263°N 0.405°W / 54.263; -0.405Coordinates: 54°15′47″N 0°24′18″W / 54.263°N 0.405°W / 54.263; -0.405
Opened 1946
Major events Formula III
Oliver's Mount
Length 3.88 km (2.41 mi)
Lap record 2:18.6 (United KingdomCliff Allison, Cooper-Norton, 1955, Formula III)

Oliver's Mount is an area of high ground overlooking Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England. It offers impressive views of the town, a tribute monument to the war dead, camping and caravanning at selected times of the year and a cafe but may be primarily known for its motorcycle races (however cars have raced here twice, in 1955 and 1956). Oliver's Mount first held a motorcycle race in 1946, and continues to hold motorcycle circuit today, and also holds car rally and car hill-climb events.

The site also houses the broadcasting transmitter which provides TV and radio services to Scarborough and the surrounding areas.



Oliver's Mount has held and continues to hold motorcycle, car rally and car-hill climb events, however Oliver's Mount has held two Formula III events in 1955 and 1956.

Year Date Event Winning driver Winning constructor Report
1955 July Formula III United Kingdom Cliff Allison Cooper-Norton Report
1956 July Formula III United Kingdom Tom Dickson Cooper-Norton Report




  • Peter Swinger (2001). Motor Racing Circuits In England Then And Now. ISBN 0-7110-3104-5.

External links

Official site, with history and pictures

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