Returning to the wonderful Anglesey circuit for the sixth year, the 2019 Race of Remembrance commemorates the sacrifices made by service personnel and their families. This unique endurance race features the annual Heroes dinner, night racing and a trackside service of Remembrance.

Race of Remembrance is a Remembrance Service with a race attached, not the other way around.  The entire focus is on the pitlane service at 1100hrs Sunday.

Where and when is it held?

Anglesey Circuit (Trac Mon) LL63 5TF, Remembrance Weekend, November 8th-10th, 2019.

Who can enter?

Any team whose drivers holding a minimum of a Motorsport UK National B Race Licence and all cars must pass scrutineering by an Motorsport UK scrutineer.

Class Structure:

  1. CLASS A       up to 1600cc
  2. CLASS B       Citroen C1 Challenge
  3. CLASS C       Caterham  – specifically for Caterham cars
  4. CLASS D       up to 1800cc
  5. CLASS E       up to 2000cc
  6. CLASS Lotus  – cars meeting Lotus Cup UK specification.

If you race in a series that would like to run within its own class then please contact us asap. Motorsport UK mandates a minimum 5 cars to make an official class and Race of Remembrance is following that. We’d be more than happy to factor in a new class if demand exists, providing it is at or below the highest 2000cc. Email ror@missionmotorsport.org for a conversation.

Entry Regs:

The Race of Remembrance Supplementary Regs 2019 are available to download HERE. For questions relating to the regs please contact the committee on ror@missionmotorsport.org.

Entry fees:

The entry fee for the 2019 RoR is £2,400. A deposit of £500 is payable on booking with the remainder due by or before August 31st, 2019.

Testing:

A short session of free testing will be included in the entry fee for all teams. Specific timings confirmed when the timetable is released.

Tyres:

For classes containing cars from a single series (Citroen C1 Challenge for example) those cars must run the control tyre as mandated by their series. For those in other classes all cars must run List 1A, 1B or 1C. Fuller details on this will be issued in the Race of Remembrance 2019 regulations. Full race slicks and wets are forbidden, as are sequential gearboxes.

Relay Teams:

This year the race welcomes relay teams again and have allocated 25% of the grid to those entries (13 teams total). The relay marquee will be getting an upgrade with improved lighting, power and heating, plus dedicated relay team parking/storage along side.

Overseas entries:

All overseas participants competing on a licence not issued by the MSA (Motor Sports Association) must present at sign on an “Authorisation of Participation” certificate issued by their National Licensing body (ASN). Drivers will not be allowed to sign on and compete in the event without all required paperwork. Please remember this event is not on an international permit and therefore an FIA International authorisation printed on licence cards will not authorise you to compete in this national permitted event.

Fuel:

The intention is again to invite Vital Equipment to set up their multi pump rig within the paddock. Further information on this, including their pricing for 2019 will be released when confirmed.

Social Media:

The Race of Remembrance Twitter feed is constantly updated with information, press releases and more through the year on @MM_RoR. Likewise the Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/RaceofRemembrance/

If you have any queries in the meantime, please email the team on ror@missionmotorsport.org.

Key Dates:

March 31st– Discounted entry ended

May 1st– Weekend timetable published

June 1st– Entrants must begin completing entry paperwork

September 1st– Garage, paddock, camping and parking plan published, car passes circulated

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