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Since Anglesey Motor Club held their first rally in August 1989, it has become one of the UK’s favourite circuit for track days.
With a total of 2.1 miles and 15 corners they have the capability of four track layouts, and the remarkably smooth surface and 12m circuit width make it ideal for both novice and experienced drivers.
Address: Anglesey Circuit, Tŷ Croes, Anglesey LL63 5TF, Wales, UK
Circuit Type: Permanent road course
As one of the most picturesque tracks to visit in the United Kingdom, Anglesey offers drivers the chance to motor around the circuit while enjoying unrivalled views of the Irish sea off the coast of Ty Croes.
As a track that we only visit once a year, spaces soon fill up, especially for those that like to make the most of our Bank Holiday dates and tie in a doubleheader with a trip to Oulton Park.
Our Anglesey experience is an open pitlane track day which is limited to circuit capacity to ensure that all our drivers are able to enjoy as much uninterrupted time on the circuit as possible.
That means you can enjoy the flexibility of a day driven by you, with free WIFI and a brilliant atmosphere offering you a great day out even when you aren't behind the wheel.
We also have a dedicated team of event hosts and race engineers to support you throughout the day, and a premium photographer on-track to capture all those memorable moments.
Along with all the high-speed action, keeping you safe is our number one priority. Our consistent track rules ensure exactly that and help towards a fun-filled day in the hot seat.
Set on Anglesey in Wales, the Anglesey Circuit is located close to Rhosneigr. A popular tourist destination it is popular throughout the year with visitors across the world and is especially easy to access by road.
From the North Wales mainland just take the A55 across the Britannia Bridge and continue West along the new dual carriageway from around 12 miles. Keep your eyes peeled for the brown tourism sign for the circuit at Junction 5. From there, follow the A4080 signposted for Rhosneigr and Aberffraw. Five miles later you will see another brown tourism sign for the track at a small crossroads. Take a right from there and that will take you up to the track.
If you’d prefer to save your driving for on the circuit itself, then you can get to the track by the air. Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport is the nearest major airport, although Anglesey Airport is only a short distance from the track and offers a weekday passenger service from Cardiff.
For visitors coming to the track via water, the main port of Holyhead is nearby with regular ferry services going to and from Ireland.
Known as Trac Môn in Welsh, the Anglesey circuit boasts some of the most modern racing facilities and without doubt, is one of the most spectacular to drive around.
It might not have the stature of Silverstone or Spa-Francorchamps, but with the circuit overlooking the Irish Sea and having Snowdonia in the background, you’d struggle to find a track with better scenery.
Despite that, the Anglesey circuit had rough and ready beginnings and was actually built on what was a British Army and later a RAF camp. It was originally home to the Royal Artillery training facility and then later a TA Barracks.
Later it became an RAF radar establishment, until eventually being decommissioned in 1992/93. With scruffy buildings in need of some repair, the Wirral 100 Club seized the opportunity to organise motor racing around the roads in the complex.
October 1992 signalled the start of the races and by 1997 it was clear the track was a huge success and work was carried out to track to ensure it could be fully licensed for club car and motor racing.
In 2006, the track received substantial improvements which saw a completely new course created with four different layout variations. This created a fast and flowing design and while no major championship has yet to be held there, it continues to be a real hit with all drivers who flock to the Welsh venue at every opportunity.
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