|Anglesey Circuit (Trac Mon) has been transformed over the last few years. The former access roads of the old military radar station making way for a totally new, technically challenging circuit with 4 variable layouts.
Being so modern in concept the run off areas etc are very well thought out making it a very driver friendly track. Using the undulating terrain to make every corner a test. It is certainly the most scenic. Set on the west Wales coastline with magnificent views across the Irish Sea towards Mount Snowdon.
All Anglesey configurations seem to attract their own fans. Many argue that the Coastal Circuit with the inclusion of the downhill Corksrew section is actually more fun than the full GP layout. One thing for sure is that none of the designs will disappoint.
Gradients , bankings and cambers abound at this must do facility. Well worth the trip. Unless of course you are lucky enough to live nearby.
|How to find Anglesey Circuit (Trac Mon)
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.Postcode for Sat Nav is LL63 5TF.
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