THE British Automobile Racing Club (North Western Centre) will be celebrating twenty years of running race meetings at Anglesey Circuit this weekend.

The meeting provides a varied programme of races over two days with various championships taking part.

The ever-popular CNC Heads Sports and Saloons will race on the International Circuit, while the Caterham Graduates, Clubmans Spoprts Prototypes, Junior Saloon Cars, Michelin Clio Cup and British Superkarts will use the Coastal Circuit.

All championships are at a stage of the season where it is vital to win as many points as possible to improve overall positions.

In the CNC Heads Sports and Saloons Championship, two drivers are in close contention for the overall points lead at the moment. Paul Rose is the present leader in his Class A Saker on 59 points with Oliver Thomas second with 51 points in his Class D Subaru Impreza.

The Clubmans Sports Prototype cars have been competitive for many years and were first seen over fifty years ago.

The latest cars are split into several classes and are potentially some of the fastest cars at the meeting. The leading contenders include Clive Wood, Michelle Haywood and Pippa Tanner-Wood.

Saloon car fans will be happy to see the Michelin Clio Cup series and the Junior Saloon Car championships back at Anglesey Circuit.

These two one make series always produce close racing and often produce the stars of the future competing and hoping to graduate to more senior championships especially those on the British Touring Car bill.

The incredibly quick Superkarts complete the bill and will be out over six races split between several different categories, all of national standard.