MISSION MOTORSPORT & BRSCC CONFIRM 2022 RACE OF REMEMBRANCE
After what was a fantastic event in 2021, the BRSCC is delighted to confirm that the Club has agreed to partner Mission Motorsport once again to oversee the running of the 2022 Race of Remembrance, with the event scheduled to take place at Anglesey Circuit over the weekend of November 11th – 13th.
Last year, the BRSCC was honoured to be selected by Mission Motorsport to assist in the organisation of this prestigious event, which has been running since 2014 and features a three-part 12 hour endurance race centred around the Remembrance Sunday service. The race begins on Saturday afternoon, is halted in the evening, then restarted briefly on Sunday morning before being paused again for the all-important Remembrance service and then restarted once more to run until the cumulative 12 hours has elapsed.
The 2021 edition was Mission Motorsport’s most successful to date with a full grid of over 50 cars and with more money raised for the charity than ever before. The BRSCC is greatly looking forward to once again playing its part in the organisation and administration of this event, which will certainly attract another superb entry and raise even more money for the very worthy causes that Mission Motorsport stands for.
Race entries for the 2022 edition of the Race of Remembrance are set to open within the next few weeks, 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.
BRSCC Chief Operating Officer, Paul McErlean said, “The BRSCC were honoured to be approached by Mission Motorsport with a view to administering and running the 2021 Race of Remembrance, and we were delighted to assist in delivering what turned out to be such a successful event. It’s great that the club have again been tasked with the same supporting role for 2022, and we look forward to pulling out all of the stops to ensure that this year’s Race of Remembrance provides Mission Motorsport, race competitors, event contributors and supporters with another enjoyable and memorable race weekend.”
James Cameron, CEO, Mission Motorsport said, “We are thrilled to announce the 2022 dates for Race of Remembrance. Centred around the important act of remembrance – of our fallen comrades, family members or friends, and to support those who remain, RoR provides the opportunity to participate in a very special, very poignant pitlane Remembrance Service as one community.”
In March 2022, Mission Motorsport celebrated 10 years of operations and to date has engaged with over 2040 wounded, injured and sick personnel, and has hosted in excess of 876 events providing sporting output and helped more than 2,000 service leavers including 300 wounded, injured or sick find employment in the automotive industry.
You can check out a special video edit from our friends at Bad Obsession Motorsport detailing their experience at last year’s Race of Remembrance by clicking the link below – it’s a fantastic watch!
BAD OBSESSION MOTORSPORT ROR 2021 VIDEO EDIT