Snetterton was built on a airfield in the 1950s and made the most of the space with some long, super quick straights that gave rise to its reputation as one of the fastest circuits in the country. A redevelopment that was completed in 2011 saw the track extended by the addition of a twisty infield section enhancing the technical challenge and we use this layout, known as the 300, for our trackdays. A full resurface was completed at the same time and along with being wide and flat with plenty of run off this makes for a novice friendly circuit. None of the character of the old circuit has been lost and for more experienced riders the challenge of setting up the correct line on to the fast straights, or getting the approach to the deceptive Esses or Riches remains.
Along with the work on the track, the facilities on site have also had an upgrade and the inclusion of three elevated viewing areas makes it great for spectators.
Circuit length: 3 miles
Pit Garages: Available on a first come, first serve basis
Noise levels: 102db (unless otherwise stated)
(Static test guideline only) drive by limits apply
Power: Available in garages
Groups: 3 groups day/ 2 groups evening
Animals: Not allowed
Camping: Available, access the night before (camping charge may apply)
Start times: Day – 0730 sign on / 0830 briefing / 0900 tracktime commences Evening – 1600-1700 sign on, briefing 1700, tracktime commences 1730
General requirements: Full unrestricted UK licence or equivalent or ACU race licence required Age 18+ Full zip together leathers Helmet with ACU gold standard
How to get there: You’ll find the circuit 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11 from London to Norwich. Coming from the south, leave the M11 at junction 9 and follow the A11. From the north or west, use the M11/A11 and join the A11 after Newmarket. Eccles Road, Attleborough and Thetford stations are on the main Cambridge to Norwich line.