The British Racing and Sports Car Club is proud to announce that they have been entrusted by Mission Motorsport to oversee the administration and running of the charity’s Race of Remembrance event for a fourth consecutive year and in its landmark tenth running.

Now firmly playing its own special part in the UK racing season, Race of Remembrance has grown to become a real not-to-be-missed annual event, and Mission Motorsport and the BRSCC are confident that the tenth anniversary race will deliver even more great experiences and memories for teams and drivers.

Other than inviting all of those present to take part in a very touching mid-race Remembrance service, the purpose of Race of Remembrance is to raise funds help and support wounded, injured and sick armed forces personnel and their families in their times of need, as well as help service leavers find employment through the development and implementation of training programmes and building partnerships with numerous potential employers. Its secondary function – to raise vital funds to help the charity continue its work. Once the unavoidable fixed costs have been covered, all remaining funds raised from RoR entry fees go directly to Mission Motorsport to help the charity deliver the very best levels of support to their beneficiaries.



The 2024 event, the tenth RoR is scheduled to take place at Anglesey Circuit over the weekend of 8th-10th November, with the 12-hour endurance race centred around the unique Remembrance Sunday service. The format will follow previous RoR events with the race beginning on Saturday afternoon, before continuing well into darkness and then being halted late in the evening for an overnight break. The race is then restarted briefly on Sunday morning before being paused again for the Remembrance service, followed by a restart with the final session running until the cumulative 12 racing hours have elapsed

The 2023 race delivered another successful and well subscribed entry, with a grid of 45 teams resulting in more key funding being raised for the charity. The BRSCC is greatly looking forward to once again playing its part in the organisation and administration of the 2024 event, which will hopefully attract another superb entry to generate further important funding for the causes that Mission Motorsport stands for.

Race entries for the 2024 edition of the Race of Remembrance are scheduled to open on 3rd June, so be sure to keep an eye on the BRSCC website and on our social media channels for further details on how to sign up. Teams will be able to secure entries against a £700 deposit, with the 2024 entry fee for the event being set at £2,900 per car.



BRSCC Chief Operating Officer, Paul McErlean said, “Race of Remembrance is an event that everyone within the BRSCC is proud and privileged to play a part in organising.  Working alongside Mission Motorsport and Anglesey Circuit for this landmark 10th running, we’re delighted to be able to support the great work the charity does on behalf of its beneficiaries. We’re looking forward to welcoming competitors and teams back to one of British motorsport’s best loved traditions in November.”

James Cameron, CEO, Mission Motorsport added, “In March, Motorsport UK signed the Armed Forces Covenant, celebrating and underpinning the connection between motorsport and the Armed Forces community.  With events being held across the country, we are so proud to announce the 10th Race of Remembrance at Anglesey Circuit.

Over a decade of uplifting, engaging sport, centred around the important act of remembrance – of our fallen comrades, family members or friends, and to support those who remain, RoR provides a unique opportunity for all to participate in a very special, very poignant pitlane Remembrance Service as one community.  We are hugely grateful to the BRSCC and Anglesey Circuit who work so hard to stage this highlight of our sporting year.”

Through 10+ years of Mission Motorsport activities and operations, the charity has engaged with more than 2040 wounded, injured and sick personnel and veterans, hosted in excess of 900 days of recovery sporting output and helped more than 2000 service leavers including 300 wounded, injured or sick find employment in the automotive industry.



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