Snetterton

Snetterton

Snetterton 300 Circuit

  • Surface:Tarmac
  • Circuit Length: 4.779 km (2.969 mi)
  • Turns:13
  • Lap Record:1:39.933 (Felipe Nasr, Dallara F308, 2011, British F3)

Snetterton 200 Circuit

  • Surface:Tarmac
  • Circuit Length: 3.22 km (2.00 mi)
  • Turns:8
  • Lap Record:1:10.135 (Richard Mitcham, Jedi Mk6-Suzuki, 2012, BRSCC Formula Jedi)

Snetterton 100 Circuit

  • Surface:Tarmac
  • Circuit Length:1.58 km (0.98 mi)
  • Turns:6
  • Lap Record:76.21[N 1] (Colin Calder, Gould GR37-Judd EV 4.0, 2011, British Sprint Championship
  • Snetterton Driving Experiences

Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit is based in Norfolk and is host to major Motor sporting series such as the British Touring Car Championships and British Superbikes. The Circuit was once an RAF Airfield and the layout is very much open with plenty of run off, high-speed straights and bends. For this reason the Circuit is very popular with track day enthusiasts looking for a less technical and more high speed layout.

Snetterton race circuit videos

Radical Enduro Championship driver Jacob Greaves during Qualifying Snetterton Circuit