The 2019 OVO Energy Tour Series heads North of the Border for round two, as Britain’s best men’s and women’s teams return to Motherwell for what promises to be another thrilling evening of racing.

This will be the fifth year running that Motherwell has hosted the OVO Energy Tour Series, and saw wins from Team Breeze and Madison Genesis 12 months ago.

Round two timetable

12:00 Activities start
12:45 Schools activity
13:30 Under-14s/16s boys/girls support races
14:10 Women’s support race (E/1/2/3/4)
15:00 Men’s support race (2/3/4)
17:30 Elite women’s race
18:15 Elite women’s podium ceremony
19:00 Elite men’s race
18:00 Thursday 16 May  ITV4 highlights show

Circuit factfile

Year of first round 2015
Number of rounds hosted Five (in 2019)
Circuit length 1.2km
Start/finish line Hamilton Road
 
2018 winners (men) Madison Genesis
2018 winners (women) Team Breeze
2018 fastest lap (men) Emils Liepins (ONE Pro Cycling) – 1:33.398
2018 fastest lap (women) Beth Crumpton (Storey Racing) – 1:45.093
 

Motherwell Library sits adjacent to the OVO Energy Tour Series circuit’s start/finish line.

Motherwell factfile

If you’re coming to Motherwell for the Tour Series, there’s so much to see and do when you’re here. Click here for all the latest spectator information, including road closures, parking and other transport links.

Get active with beautiful country parks, two World Heritage Sites at New Lanark and the Antonine Wall, museums uncovering local history including Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life,  and Scotland’s Theme Park, M&Ds in Strathclyde Park.

There’s something for everyone in Lanarkshire! To find out more about our area and plan your visit go to visitlanarkshire.com.

Strathclyde Country Park, a few minutes from Motherwell town centre, was the proud host of the triathlon and rowing competitions during the Glasgow 2018 European Championships. The park has a long track-record of hosting major events including triathlon at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.