Snetterton - 300 Circuit

Shared Grid, Round 1: 17 March 2018

Race Entrants

Driver Class
Jeremy Adams Elise Trophy
Paul Baker Elise Trophy
Alex Ball Elise Trophy
Stuart Cheshire Elise Trophy
Oliver Crease & Simon Middleton Elise Trophy
Michael Dean Elise Trophy
Craig Denman Elise Trophy
Paul Findlay Elise Trophy
John Lamaster Elise Trophy
Peter Mansfield Elise Trophy
Chris Marks Elise Trophy
Simon Oakley Elise Trophy
Mike Perkins Elise Trophy
Mads Petersen Elise Trophy
David Powell Elise Trophy
Mark Richardsson Elise Trophy
Joe Taylor Elise Trophy
Chris Thirkettle Elise Trophy
Mackenzie Walker Elise Trophy
Ade Wootton Elise Trophy
John Atherton Elise Trophy
Axel Van Nederveen Elise Trophy
David Alexander Lotus Cup UK
Bob Drummond Lotus Cup UK
James Little Lotus Cup UK

The format for this round will consist of a triple header in the following format:

  • 1 X 20 minute qualifying session
  • 3 X 20 minute sprint races 

A full timetable will be completed by MSVR 2 weeks prior to the event and provided to all drivers and teams.


Snetterton was originally an RAF airfield used by the United States Air Force between 1943 and 1948. The first racing was done in 1951 on the disused runways by the Aston Martin owners club'.

Today, the almost 3 mile track is one of the most used in the UK. Drawing on inspiration from iconic tracks such as Monza and Montreal in 2011, the circuit saw a multi million-pound upgrade which added a new infield section to the track.

Track Information

  
Race DateSaturday 17th March
Length2.969 miles
Turns13
Lap Record1:39:933 - Felipe Nasr, Dallara F308, 2011
Circuit Websitehttp://www.snetterton.co.uk
LocationSnetterton, NR16 2JU

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