Race of Remembrance postponed until 2021

Mission Motorsport have confirmed that his year’s Race of Remembrance event has been postponed and will subsequently return in 2021.

Scheduled to take place at Anglesey Circuit on November 6/7/8, the three-day meeting has proven to be a smash-hit down the years as it provides the perfect blend of on-track entertainment whilst also commemorating the sacrifices made by all service personnel and their families.

Encompassing some of the star names from the world of motor racing, a diverse range of cars will go wheel-to-wheel around the picturesque Welsh venue during the course of the 12-hour endurance encounter.

A from RoR read: “With heavy hearts, Race of Remembrance will be postponed this year, The uncertainty that COVID brings can only be mitigated so far, and for an event primarily but on goodwill we hope that by making a decision early we will reduce the impact on competitors, officials, partners, friends and beneficiaries. We will bring the event back in 2021.

“For now, we are engaging with our beneficiaries and working on telling those stories that shine a light on Mission Motorsport and the veteran community. That’s what Race of Remembrance is for, and we are determined to mark the event in another way. More details will be released through the RoR channels very shortly.

“Remembrance is important, and a key part of what Mission Motorsport stands for. As a group that’s spent many of the last Remembrance Days in each other’s company, we will find a way to come together, likely digitally, and we will remember them.”