ANGLESEY Circuit will host the third of four Wirral 100 Motor Club race meetings at the venue this weekend.

The popular motorcycling festival brings together the camaderie and sheer fun of club racing plus the cream of British Formula 2 sidecar competitors, who are testing their skills in the pursuit of national titles.

With three of the five rounds of the club championships completed, the various race classes are now beginning to take shape.

Six weeks ago, the under-the-radar Scotsman Scott Shand impressively won all four of the Powerbikes races but with Graham Hornby, James Chawke and Joey Taylor all within striking difference, the order could change significantly by Sunday evening.

These ‘modern’ bikes will share track-time with the club’s unique class for Pre- 2009 Pre-Electronics Powerbikes, where the hugely experienced Jon Wight (R1) and Adrian Kershaw (ZXR 750) are having great fun at the front but the far-less experienced Gerallt Ellis from Bala is having his best season to date and is a close third.

The Formula 600 class has seen a reduction in experienced rider numbers over the last twelve months, but this has given others an opportunity to come to the fore, no more so than Chris Eden currently leading the championship by 26 points.

The Golden Era Supersport class has emerged as one of the best-supported classes and all six of the leading contenders are here again this weekend. Simon Robins had an impressive start to the season but in June it did not go all to plan and the pursuing pack, particularly James Leatham, Damian Davis and Ray Stevenson, now have him in sight.

Jon Wright leads the Pre-Injection class, which is for any bike over 500cc with a carburettor, and his lead may become almost unsurmountable after this weekend.