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Fifty teams to take part in Race of Remembrance this weekend

The 1,000km race takes place at Anglesey Circuit this weekend (9-10 November).

One of the highlights of the UK motorsport calendar returns to Anglesey Circuit for the sixth year this coming weekend. Mission Motorsport’s unique Race of Remembrance features fifty teams in a 1,000km race.

Although primarily a ‘clubman’ event, the Race of Remembrance attracts a diverse crowd of racers from novices to experts. Mission Motorsport beneficiaries play a huge part in the event; organising, planning, providing, racing, spannering and covering the action.

Race of Remembrance – Pit Lane Refuelling

The twelve-hour endurance race will begin on Saturday afternoon and will continue until 9 p.m. when the all cars will return to Parc Ferme until the re-start on Sunday morning.

The Race of Remembrance is, however, a Remembrance Service with a race attached, not the other way around, so the entire focus is on the pitlane service at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday.

At 10:40 a.m. on Sunday, the race is halted by the Safety Car and all drivers return to be parked on the start/finish line in order. The Remembrance Service is held in the pit-lane directly below Race Control. Following the service, the race will be restarted at 11:20 a.m. and continue to the finish. The service is open to all, regardless of whether competing in the event.