Triple Sidecar World Champion Tim Reeves is the latest road racing star to sign-up to ride at the prestigious 'Steve
Henshaw International Gold Cup Road Races' at Oliver's Mount over the weekend of 19th & 20th September.
Maidstone based Reeves first drove a sidecar in 1999 and claimed his first race victory later that year at Brands
Hatch. He claimed his first world title in 2005, retaining the No. 1 plate for 2006 and 2007, finishing second in 2008,
the year he made his Isle of Man TT debut finishing third in his inaugural TT and sixth in the second race last year.
This year he took fourth in the Sidecar TT.
Tim has recently announced that he is to be joined by Dan Sayle as passenger for 2010 and it likely that his new ballast will be in the chair at the Gold Cup.
Manxman Sayle is no stranger to the 2.43-mile hillside public roads course having already been victorious at the Gold Cup as passenger to Nick Crowe in 2007.
Head of Organisation, Peter Hillaby said: 'It is a privilege to have Tim Reeves join what is already a quality entry in
the Sidecar class, providing the thrilling spectacle unique to the three-wheeler teams who are a particular favourite
with all the Oliver's Mount fans and enthusiasts '
Further details on the entries and race programme will be released in the very near future.