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Winter Race Day to round off British racing season in style

The British Racing & Sports Car Club makes its final visit if the year to Anglesey Circuit next weekend to deliver another superb Winter Race Day to round off the 2019 season in style.

Headlining the event will be the final rounds of the Avon Tyres Northern Formula Ford Championship, one of the most competitive regional single seater championships in British club motorsport today. With titles in the P and Super Classic classes up for grabs, it’s certain to be a fierce final few races to decide their fate.

In what has become an annual staple on this event’s timetable, there will be a special Winter Saloon & Sports Car contest with a pair of races throughout the day. These races are open to just about any Motorsport UK approved and race ready saloon, production car or sports car that already competes across the country. With such a variety of different makes and models usually on display, this should certainly be entertaining to watch.

Having already completed rounds at Mallory Park and Pembrey, the Reprise IT Monoposto Tiedeman Trophy conclude this coming weekend, rounding off the mini-championship named after the series’ founder. For those who love their junior single seater racing, Monoposto provides a truly eclectic mix of machinery previous seen and raced in Formula 3, Formula Renualt, Formula Ford, Formula Vauxhall Lotus and F1000 (formerly known as Formula Jedi). Multi-class single seater racing is truly unique and something which the Monoposto Racing Club always truly delivers in superb fashion.

Also, be sure to watch out for the ever entertain Irish Global GT Lights, as they too conclude their 2019 season on the Welsh coast. Fresh from their annual appearance at the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch a few weeks ago racing alongside the ASK Supercars, the Irish Global GT Lights never fail to entertain and always put on a spectacular race wherever they touch down. Expect the racing here to be close, tense and above all else, thrilling!

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