A race circuit in north Wales has applied for planning permission to redesign its track and extend its paddock, garages, hospitality suite and café.
The Anglesey Circuit, which is also known as Trac Mon, has applied to Anglesey County Council for permission to expand its site, according to reports from local media.
The revamp of the circuit, which is a former military base and and has been licensed to hold racing since 1997, means it could attract up to 40,000 visitors a year, said the Anglesey Circuit’s operators in the application.
Anglesey county council is expected to consider the application in the coming months. If approved, the work could be completed in time for the 2021 racing season.
The 2.1-mile (3.4km) coastal circuit was rebuilt and began operation in its current configuration in 2007. A pit lane complex was opened there in 2013.