Snetterton

Snetterton

Snetterton Circuit, owned by MotorSport Vision, is a racing circuit located in Norfolk that originally opened in 1953.

Snetterton was originally an RAF airfield, RAF Snetterton Heath, which opened in May 1943 and closed just over five years later in November 1948. After its closure, it was first used for motorcycle racing in 1953 organised by Snetterton Combine, an association of clubs in Norfolk and Suffolk.

In 2005, Motorsport Vision, the owners of Snetterton, announced that the circuit would undergo extensive rebuilding work to lengthen the track and improve its facilities. It was announced in 2010 that the track improvements would be finished for the 2011 motorsport season.

Snetterton has three circuits, and for the BTCC the 300 circuit is used. It is three miles long, making it the second longest racing track in the UK and Snetterton’s longest layout.

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