Tag Archives: Snetterton

Baker Unbeatable in Lotus Cup Opener

The 2017 Lotus Cup Championship fired into life on Saturday 25th March in the county of Lotus, Norfolk, as Snetterton hosted the opening round of the season. Since its inception, the championship had developed into a very competitive GT formula for drivers to grow their talents and look to progress to either national or international GT arenas, which is evident in the 2016 champion Adam Mackay joining (more…)

Perfect Peugeot Rally Win at Snetterton

After being launched in 2015 as a combined championship between the Bolton Le Moors Car Club and MSVR, the second season of the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship is currently underway and Snetterton on the 19th February 2017 hosted round 5 of 8. Running on UK national circuits featuring around 100 cars per event, competitors are faced with the task of racing the clock on bespoke stages, using (more…)

Prototype Racing is back in the UK

Prototype racing across the globe is extremely popular for fans and drivers alike, however in the United Kingdom; there wasn’t really a championship, until now! On the 8th and 9th October 2016, Snetterton and MSVR hosted the first ever race of the new for 2017 Prototype Cup, as the 300 circuit would play host to evenly matched LMP3 Le Mans Prototype machinery. Teams and drivers from across the globe (more…)

Collard Closer to BRDC F3 Title

2016 Championship leader Ricky CollardSince becoming the brand new Formula 3 championship in the United Kingdom at the start of 2016, the BRDC F3 (British Formula 3 Championship) has grown and grown and now only two rounds remain at Snetterton and Donington Park. As the series entered Snetterton for a second time in 2016, returning on the 6th and 7th August for rounds 19, 20 and 21, the title race was being hotly contested between four (more…)

Clio Cup heats up at Snetterton

Ant Whorton-Eales was series leader with 5 winsJamSport Racing and Clio Cup veteran Ant Whorton-Eales have been the team and driver pairing to beat in the 2016 Renault Clio Cup, as the former Championship contender had wrapped up half of the season races. Securing five wins in the first half of the season has given Whorton-Eales the series lead, however with six different winners so far in 2016, the second half of the season starting at Snetterton, (more…)

Stapleford Wins on Return to Supersport

Championship leader James WestmorelandAs one of the leading support championships to the British Superbike Championship, the 2016 Dickies British Supersport Championship had so far showcased some of the best riding on the planet and when the series rolled into Snetterton for rounds eight and nine, there had already been four different race winners and ten riders capable of securing the title. With a grid packed full of talent, top teams (more…)

Henderson gets MX-5 Supercup Defence Underway

2015 Champion Alan HendersonUnder the Norfolk sunshine at Snetterton, the season began for plenty of the national championships run under the banner of the British Racing & Sports Car Club (BRSCC), including the ever popular and ever competitive Mazda MX-5 Supercup. The lightening quick Mk3 version of Japanese model has seen this championship boom in recent years and with lots of competition, this sports car series can be (more…)

Momentum with Middleton after Ginetta Winter Series Success

HHC Motorsport & Lewis Brown were favourites copyThe 7th and 8th November 2015 saw Snetterton host its final race meeting of the season, with the KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Championship arriving in Norfolk for an extremely competitive Winter Series. With this being the final Ginetta title to be decided in 2015 and a great way to gather momentum for 2016, a whole host of teenagers returned after mayhem of the main series, to do battle with plenty (more…)

Beechdean Create GT4 History

GT4 Championship could have been won by Beechdean AMRThe penultimate round of the 2015 British GT Championship arrived in Norfolk on the 22nd and 23rd August, with the GT4 title on the verge of being settled. Leading the way was the Beechdean AMR pairing of Jamie Chadwick and Ross Gunn, with the youngest pairing in the series being the most consistent in GT4 whilst challenged by Gavan Kershaw and Oz Yusuf in the ISSY Racing Lotus Evora. With the gap (more…)

Feakins the Man to Beat in PBMW

Gary Feakins looked the man to beat in PBMWReaching the half way point in the Production BMW championship at Snetterton, it was starting to become clear that the 2014 Runner up Gary Feakins could be the man to beat in 2015. With a victory in every race that he had taking part in so far, Gary should technically be championship leader, but absence at Silverstone left Matt Swaffer and Jack Gabriel tied as series leaders on 184 points, after six (more…)