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 a 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?
The race is open to all however, single car endurance entry will always take preference over a relay entry. All drivers require a minimum of an MSA National B Race Licence and all cars will be scrutineered by an MSA scrutineer.
NB: 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.
Race of Remembrance is organised, planned and executed by a team made up of Mission Motorsport staff, beneficiaries and volunteers. The Committee is currently planning the 2019 event, the details of which will appear here once confirmed. This will include:
- How much is an entry to Race of Remembrance?
- The Regulations
- Free Practice
- Tyre Change Facility
- Garaging and numbering
If you have any queries in the meantime, please email email@example.com.