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Anglesey Track Days
A brand new circuit layout in 2007 and one of only two racing circuits in Wales. Anglesey track days are now very popular for both car and motorcycle events. If you are attending an event on the Coastal Circuit, the downhill Corkscrew section is a favourite among many drivers and riders.
Anglesey Noise Limits
The noise limit at Anglesey for both Cars and Motorcycles is usually 105dB(A) for the static test and 95dB(A) for the drive by. The static test will be performed prior to any vehicle being allowed out on track and the drive-by is measured at a distance of around 20m from various parts of the circuit.
Below are the top ten fastest lap times around the Anglesey International GP circuit
- BAC MONO: 1:31.00
- McLaren P1: 1:34.25
- McLaren 675LT Spider: 1:35.70
- Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0: 1:36.10
- Ferrari 488 GTB: 1:36.90
- TVR T350t Red Rose LW: 1:37.00
- McLaren 570S: 1:37.90
- Porsche 911 R: 1:38.70
- BMW M3 GTS: 1:39.00
Anglesey Track Days Information
Anglesey is the largest and most well known circuit in Wales on our books here at TrackDays. Originally owned as part of the land held by the Bodorgan Estate, it was sold to the Army briefly in 1941 for use as a rocket launching area. After the Estate bought back the land with the road network intact, Anglesey Circuit was born.
There are now a total of four circuit layouts situated across the venue - Full (GP), Club, National and Coastal - after the venue was redesigned with a fresh new look in 2007, and the wide range on offer means that it is ideal for our Own Car or Bike Track Days, all upcoming dates of which are listed on our Events calendar above.
Also on offer at Anglesey is a selection of amazing driving experience packages for Adult and Junior drivers in Supercars, American Muscle Cars and special Arrive and Drive packages in a Ginetta G40 or a Caterham Roadsport SV.
Ty Croes, Anglesey,
If travelling by car, use the following address for your Sat Nav: Anglesey Circuit, Circuit Office, Ty Croes, Anglesey, Wales, LL63 5TF, following the A4080. If travelling by train, the nearest station is Ty Croes, and a taxi takes just under 10 minutes from the station.