In these unprecedented times, we do hope you are all well and keeping safe. This page is supposed to be about us and telling you about The Race of Remembrance, but we cannot just do that and forget about what is happening now in respect of COVID 19 and how it may change this unique event.
We are hoping and still planing for the seventh running of our annual event, the 2020 Race of Remembrance and once again, we hope to be returning to the very special Anglesey circuit.
The event has got bigger and better every year and that may be a problem for us, depending on what happens with the pandemic currently sweeping the globe, however, rest assured that we will endeavour to make this event just as thrilling and more over rewarding as in previous years.
That said, we are changing some aspects of the event. We conducted surveys and asked you our competitors and followers for your input into how we could make ROR better and we thank you for all of your comments and suggestions, we have taken them on board and also depending on the situation in respect of Covid, some activities may be changed. Please keep checking in for updates.
In true Mission Motorsport style, the weekend is, regardless of the current situation, about more than just the racing and fun & games. The off track action usually means a great social weekend at the end of the season, that may change but on track there is a unique interruption to an endurance motorsport event that will not so at 10.45 on Sunday morning, the track will fall silent as the race pauses to hold a service of Remembrance.