About Anglesey Coastal
One of the UK's newer circuits, Anglesey nestles amid stunning coastal scenery with the Irish Sea as a backdrop and views across to the Snowdonia National Park. Its spectacular and photogenic setting means it's a favourite with the motoring media and has been likened to Australia's Phillip Island circuit. From humble beginnings in 1997, the circuit was redeveloped beyond all recognition in 2006 with four configurations that make the most of the natural landscape and fully utilise the elevation changes. No Limits use the International configuration with its fast sections, technical mid-range corners and two hairpins, and the slightly shorter Coastal configuration which features the thrilling downhill Corkscrew section. Both include the phenomenal 10% Banking section. Most corners can be seen ahead, and none of the sections unexpectedly tighten up, meaning rolling off the gas is usually enought to correct any errors. The track is 12m wide at its narrowest, making it second only to Silverstone in the UK for width, and the surface is renowned for being smooth and grippy. A newly completed Pit Complex, with much awaited garages, means the quality of the facilities finally match the superb on track experience.
Circuit length: International 2.1miles
Coastal 1.5 miles Petrol: Not available Pit Garages: Available on a first come, first serve basis Catering: Available Noise levels: 105db (unless otherwise stated) Power: Available in garages Groups: 3 groups Animals: Not allowed Children: Allowed Camping: Allowed Start times: Day - 07.30 sign on / 08.30 briefing / 0900 tracktime commences (please note during the Winter tracktime may start later) General requirements: Full zip together leathers
Helmet with ACU gold standard
Age 12+ How to get there: From North Wales mainland, cross the Britannia Bridge onto Anglesey. Continue West along the new A55 Dual Carriageway for approximately 12 miles. Look for the White on Brown tourism sign for the circuit at Junction 5. Follow the A4080 signpostedRhosneigr and Aberffraw. Continue past Rhosneigr, which is situated to the right of the A4080 on towards Aberffraw. Just under 5 miles from leaving the dual carriageway (A55) look for White on Brown Tourism signs at a small crossroads and turn right towards the circuit.
Visitors travelling from the Port of Holyhead should travel east along the A55 for approximately 7 miles then take the A4080 from Junction 5 as described above.