RACING ROCKS AT ANGLESEY IN SEPTEMBER


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Racing ROCKS will bring a whole new dimension to our Fun Cup Anglesey meeting in September. Photo: www.bournephoto.co.uk

The noise of the engines won’t be the only sound reverberating around Anglesey when our North Western Centre runs a two-day meeting on the Coastal circuit over the weekend of 26/27th September. The Anglesey meeting has been selected by the Racing ROCKS organisation for their latest promoted event.

The aim of Racing ROCKS is to attract a whole new audience to motor racing by laying on a rock concert as part of the weekend. As well as introducing the sport to newcomers, it is also hoped that bringing more paying customers to the circuits will ease the pressure on the track owners to increase the costs of hiring their venue.

This is the second time that Racing ROCKS have teamed up with the BRSCC. Their first event took place at Rockingham in May 2014 and featured no less than 30 bands with Rick Parfitt Jnr featuring as the headline act.

It is expected that Anglesey ROCKS will be even bigger and better than this with acts performing across 3 days, including Friday evening so those camping for the weekend will be kept entertained throughout.

The event could even end up in the Guinness Book of Records due to the huge 11,000 square foot Pop-Up Pub that is scheduled to be in place. As well as providing food and drink to suit all tastes in various lounges, there will be live bands playing in this temporary structure from 11am until late in the evening.

A busy two-day programme of racing action is headlined by a Fun Cup race which will run into the evening on Saturday plus the BRSCC Ford XR Challenge, Avon Tyres National Formula Ford 1600 Championship and the CNC Heads Sports/Saloon Championship.

Early bird tickets are now available at reduced rates so for more information – and to find out which bands will be appearing at this festival of motorsport and music – click on to the Racing ROCKS Website or subscribe to their Facebook and Twitter feeds.