THE Wirral 100 Motor Club holds its final race meeting of the season at Anglesey Circuit this weekend.

A host of championship races will take place at the track throughout the weekend, which will also see the 26th running of the “Anglesey Grand”, which has attracted 160 riders for the finale.

The club enters the final rounds with only two of the 11 championships decided – a double for Andy Jackson in both the 100-500cc All-comers and the Anglesey Junior Open.

Jon Wright has an almost unassailable lead in the Pre-Injection class, while the other classes are much closer and will involve sort-outs between the current top two.

In the Golden Era Supersport class, it’s James Leatham and Simon Robins who are in contention, although pre-season favourite Tim Bradley returns to the fray after injuring himself at Oulton Park in April and is sure to be a spoiler to the others. Similarly, the 650 Twins championship is now a two-horse race between Tim Sayers and Mike Bampton.

The same applies to Chris Eden and Carl Jones in the Formula 600 class, Scott Shand and Graham Hornby in the Powerbikes, and to Chris Eden (again) and Scott Shand (again) in the Anglesey Senior Open, but in all three of these classes, with an influx of fast end-of-season non-championship contenders, the riders concerned will simply be concentrating on finishing ahead of the usual protagonists.

The closest championship is that for Pre-Electronics Powerbikes where just one-point separates Jon Wright and Adrian Kershaw, and in Forgotten Era where Ian Riley could conceivably be caught by either Phil Millard or Stephen Kennedy. The focus of Sunday afternoon will be the two 12-lap legs of the “Anglesey Grand”. Entry for the Grand is by invitation and will feature not only those Powerbikes and F600 riders who have competed successfully in past W100 meetings and other events, but also those other riders impressing on Saturday.

These will certainly include some of the very welcome visitors, as usual adding to the magic of the Grand.

The first three on aggregate will win some iconic glassware, there will be a special award for the best F600, and £2,000 of prize money is on offer.