Marc Donnelly - Time Attack Championship - Round 2
Round 2 of the Time Attack Championship takes place at Snetterton on Sunday 31st May 2015
FREE Entry for kids under 13
FREE General car parking
Trade zone and food outlets
Tickets £15.00 on gate
Fabulous Day Out!!
Snetterton has enjoyed a renaissance since MSV took over in 2004, with radically transformed spectator facilities and a busy racing calendar to make it one of the best in the UK. One of the fastest tracks in the UK, the Norfolk circuit is located 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11 and is famed for having the longest straight of any circuit in the UK.
First used as a racing circuit in 1951 by the Aston Martin Owner’s Club, Snetterton has become renowned over the past half century for its long straights and high speed corners. Cars and bikes are often up to four abreast down the famous Revett Straight.
On The Day
Retro Kings is a new-for-2015 event, showcasing the UK's finest old-school and classic cars, with a full day of non-stop action on and off the track. The star cars at this event were all built before 1995.
Track action will be headlined be Retro Time Attack, a series for highly-tuned classic cars aiming to set the fastest time of the day. Newer modified machines, sporting outrageous aerodynamic parts and unique pieces of bodywork, will star in rounds of modern Time Attack. Time Attack series recreate the drama and intensity of F1 qualifying sessions, as drivers try to squeeze every ounce of performance out of the car, against the clock, until the dying moments.
Additional circuit activity includes a demonstration from a race-prepared Super Tourer, representing the British Touring Car Championship's '90s golden era and drift demonstrations.
Off-track activities include a concours, Group B rally and F1 displays, exhibitor stands, family-friendly entertainment, a funfair and much more.
Norfolk NR16 2JU
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.