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Snetterton Circuit
Norwich
Norfolk NR16 2JU

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4th Quarter - Official Update - 1 Oct 2019

With the season drawing to a close, we still have some highlights coming up.

The final event of the year, will be the Time Attack and Fireworks event over the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of November. (Fireworks 3rd only)

More details for the fireworks element of the event on Sunday the 3rd of November will be released shortly, but we already have fun fairs, live music, and car club displays confirmed. More children's activities will be announced as soon as we can confirm them. Reduced ticket prices are available for those who might just want to come along for the off track fun from 4.00pm. 

Before that though in October we have 4 wheeled events throughout the month culminating in the GT Cup finals weekend on 26th and 27th October.

More details of these events follows:

TIME ATTACK AND FIREWORKS

SATURDAY 02 - SUNDAY 03 NOVEMBER 2019

 The event will showcase the final rounds of the 2019 Time Attack Championship in a standalone event.

The Time Attack Championship, originating on the race tracks of Japan, is a different style of motorsport where competitors will modify and use aftermarket tuner companies to make sure their cars can set the quickest lap time against the clock.

The paddock will be open for this event allowing spectators to get up-close to these track monsters as they are prepared to race against the clock.

Saturday's track action will run on the longer 300 circuit, whereas Sunday will take place on the 200 circuit.

On the Sunday, The paddock will not only be full of fabulous Time Attack cars, but there will be a variety of car clubs on display, stilt walkers and fire breathers, plus live music to entertain the crowdsthe weekend will finish with a superb fireworks display!

PLEASE NOTE, THE FIREWORK DISPLAY WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2019, ONLY.

MG CAR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

SNETTERTON (300)

SATURDAY 05 OCTOBER 2019

The MG Car Club are back at Snetterton this September for a busy day of racing on the 300 circuit.

As the season draws closer to the end, drivers will want to make sure they have successful races to build up the points. Racing this weekend will be the MGCC MG Trophy (Double Header), MGCC Peter Best Insurance MG Cup (Double Header), MGCC Drayton Manor MG Metro Cup (Double Header), MGCC Lackford Engineering MG Midget/Sprite Challenge (Double Header), and guests the MSCC Morgan Challenge, and the MSCC Morgan Pit Stop Race.

The paddock will be open at this event allowing for spectators to get up close to these fantastic machines as they are prepared to race.

750 MOTOR CLUB CAR CHAMPIONSHIPS

SNETTERTON (300)

SATURDAY 12 - SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER 2019

The 750 Motor Club are back at Snetterton this October for the first of two back-to-back late season race meetings.

This event will be run on the 300 circuit and will feature the Armed Forces Race Challenge, Bikesports, BMW Car Club Racing, Classic Stock Hatch, Clio 182, Club Enduro, F1000, Hot Hatch, Locost, Ma7da, Roadsports, and Sport Specials.

For more information about the racing line-up, please see the "What's Racing" section below.

The paddock will be open for this event allowing spectators to get up close to these racing machines as they are prepared for competition.

MSVR SEASON SHOWDOWN

SATURDAY 19 - SUNDAY 20 OCTOBER 2019

MotorSport Vision Racing arrive at Snetterton this weekend for the club's final 2019 race meeting at the Norfolk circuit.

Several MSVR-run championships will take to the 300 circuit, including MINI CHALLENGE JCW, MINI CHALLENGE Cooper Pro/Am and Cooper S, Radical SR1 Cup, Touring Car Trophy, F3 Cup, Toyo Tires Racing Saloons, Production BMW, and Z Cars.

For more information please view the "What's Racing" section below.

The paddock will be open, allowing spectators to take a closer look at the cars in race preparation.

GT CUP SEASON FINALE

 SATURDAY 26 - SUNDAY 27 OCTOBER 2019

GT Cup arrive at Snetterton this weekend for their Season Finale. The Championship battle could go down to the very last race so this weekend is set to be a thriller.

Supporting GT Cup this weekend will be the annual Vee Festival, which changes from the usual slot at Brands Hatch to the Norfolk circuit. The end of season celebration of Formula Vee has proved to be a popular addition to the calendar.

Additional race content will be provided by the MSVR All-Comers series which always producing exciting mis-matched races.

More content will be added soon so keep checking back.