TWO superb days of racing are set for Anglesey Circuit this weekend as the Classic Sports Car Club make their welcome return.

Last visiting in 2016, the club will be racing on two different circuit configurations. As a result, grid numbers are at a club record for their Anglesey meeting.

The CSCC is not just about Classics, in fact it has ten different series, for cars from the 1950s all the way through to the present day.

All the racing on Saturday is on the International Circuit and Sunday’s action is on the Coastal Circuit, featuring the popular Corkscrew, which is widely regarded as one of the most picturesque race setting anywhere in the country.

Among the vehicles competing will be the CSCC series, Swinging 60s, Tin Tops, Future Classics, Magnificent Sevens, Modern Classics, New Millennium, Turbo Tin Tops and Jaguar Saloon and GT Championship, plus a welcome few guests from the Puma Cup and Smart 4Two Cup.

The CSCC races all involve pit stops, making spectating within sight of the pit lane entertaining. In order to fit all these races into the packed programme, some series will be combined, meaning that many grids will have in excess of 30 cars.

Highlights include more than 35 Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens (Caterham type cars), more than 30 Co-ordSport Tin Tops (hot hatches) and over 50 Adams & Page Swinging Sixties cars (cars from the ‘50s and 60’s).