ANGLESEY CIRCUIT INFORMATION
With a backdrop of the Irish Sea and views of the Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey Circuit has the most spectacular settings of any UK circuit, and understandably likened to Australia's Phillip Island . . . . just a lot easier to get to!
The Coastal Circuit is the second largest of 4 track configurations at 1.5 miles in length, and has an exceptional mix of fast, midrange and technical sections, and also features the breath-taking downhill Corkscrew section. The majority of corners can be seen far enough in advance and none of the sections tighten up surprisingly giving all riders the chance to easily correct any mistakes.
With the new circuit still only 10 years old the surface is smooth with good grip and is the one of the widest in the UK. A recently completed Pit Complex including garages with power, and new shower blocks means the quality of the facilities match the superb on track experience.
Circuit length: Coastal 1.5 miles
Pit Garages: Available on a first booked basis
Petrol: Not available on site
Noise levels: 105db static
Power: Available in garages
Groups: 4 groups
Animals: Not allowed
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 signposted Rhosneigr 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.