Anglesey Circuit - Track Information
Compared to a lot of the popular British venues Anglesey circuit is very young, but it has fast become a very popular track among track day riders and racers alike. Its coastal location almost makes it a mini Phillip Island and with views of the Snowdonia mountain range it's easy to see why it's so popular.
For more information on the various Anglesey Circuit layouts, click here
Printable Track Map - Click to download a printable Anglesey track map.
Anglesey Circuit Facilities
Garages - 22 double garages (room for 88 bikes if 2 bikes per single garage)
Power supplies in garages - 4 x double 13 amp, 2 x 16 amp and 1 x 110V supply per single garage
Power supplies outside garages - 48 x 16 amp
Showers - Yes (Womens and Mens)
Cafe or other place for food - Café/Bar and Burger Van
Staying overnight allowed - Yes
Place to pitch a tent - Yes
ATM on site - No
Fuel on site - No. Closest petrol station about 8 miles away in Holyhead
Bike Track Day Noise testing Limit - 105db (static)
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 01407 811400
History of Anglesey Circuit
As said above Anglesey circuit is not quite as old as a lot of the more popular British race tracks, opening in 1997 as an ACU and MSA championship racing circuit. It was opened on an ex rally course site and while some of the track is still used for rally cross, the main purpose of the track is to host motor racing events.
The Welsh named Trac Môn circuit undertook massive redevelopments after the 2006 season which saw pretty much the whole of the circuit replaced by an all new, multi layout track which bore little resemblance to the Anglesey circuit of old. With an improved track and better facilities in place, the owners hope to attract more premier events such as the British Touring Car Championship and the like.