This weekend will see high-octane autograss racing return to Castle Lloyd farm Pendine with the South Wales Autograss League hosting the opening round of the 2016 British Autograss Series.
If last year’s BAS meetings are anything to judge, the Carmarthenshire track could see up to and over 400 cars racing on one of the longest autograss tracks in the UK, and with ladies also racing as well as juniors up to 600 drivers could be driving over the weekend.
The action kicks into gear at 9am both days spectators are welcome and entry to the field is £10 per day per person.
Wtih racing usually going on until around 6 – 7pm on the Saturday night and the finals usually to 5pm on Sunday there should be plenty of action on the oval circuit.
The track is situated about a mile above Pendine on the Red Roses to Pendine road.