Snetterton is a motorsport race track located in Norfolk, England, offering challenging and varied technical circuits for enthusiasts looking to experience something different. Its long straights and fast corners have entertained racing fans worldwide for decades.
Nearest track of a similar category is Brands Hatch (132 kilometers away).
Snetterton is one of the oldest active motorsport race circuits in England, having been in operation since 1953.
It accounts for a total length of 3.0 miles, and boasts the longest straight of any track on the British Isles with a length of 1.0 miles.
The circuit includes two distinct layouts: the original Snetterton 200 configuration and the current Snetterton 300 configuration.
It is home to the British Superbike Championship and the Porsche Carrera Cup GB.
The venue also features a camping and caravan park, as well as a spectator village which includes food and drink stands.
In 2013 an extensive overhaul was completed which included 18 new corners and a much smoother and faster surface.
The venue includes two rallycross circuits which were added to the circuit for the British Rallycross Championship in the mid-1980s.
The circuit is part of the ‘Motorsport Valley’ circuit, a group of seven circuits in the East Anglia area that are home to many racing series.
It is also a popular destination for track days and driving experiences, as well as motoring and motorcycle events.
Snetterton held its first Formula One race in 1964, which was won by Dan Gurney.