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Snetterton set for biggest event of 2014 with MCE BSB - 12 Jun 2014

MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship

Friday 13 - Sunday 15 June 2014

As our largest public event of the year, the super-fast Snetterton circuit hosts the Speedy round of the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship as the riders take to the fast straights and tight infield section of the 300 layout.

Tens of thousands of fans are expected to descend on Norfolk this weekend (13/14/15 June) for the biggest event of the season at Snetterton, as the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship powers back into the County.

Visitors to Snetterton on Sunday will also be treated to a 10-minute display by the legendary B-17 Flying Fortress, Sally B, as part of a tribute by circuit owners MSV to former British Championship riders Simon Andrews and Karl Harris who both recently lost their life at Road Race events. This rare display by the last remaining airworthy B17 in Europe, also recognises Snetterton's history as an RAF airfield during World War II

Byrne and Brookes head the standings ahead of the two races this weekend against an international field of contenders including triple title-winner Ryuichi Kiyonari from Japan and former MotoGP ace John Hopkins from America, and with the superb panoramic views available from the spectator banks and grandstands, you won't miss a moment of the action!

The Snetterton event features a packed programme, with the two MCE BSB races supported by 12 other races during the weekend. These include the spectacular Motorpoint British Supersport Championship featuring Cambridge's Luke Mossey.

The spectator experience at Snetterton this weekend will be enhanced by four giant TV screens, in addition to the grandstands and spectator banking, meaning race-goers won't miss any of the on-track action. Enjoy three days of action from just £32, with camping just £26 per person.

Traffic Arrangements for BSB

Traffic arrangements and management will be in place on Sunday 15 June from 7.00am until 11.00am on the roundabouts at the junction of Harling Rd and the A11.

All advertising and signage directs race  goers to our main entrance, though the 'Coram' gate will be open at certain times and all day on Sunday for local fans who want to use this entrance.

Exit traffic will be directed onto the A11 at the Snetterton junction and also the Larling junction. (from the old A11)