Race Details Race times: 1 & 2pm Laps: 23 & 12 Predicted weather: Cloudy Hotspots: N/A The Track Snetterton Circuit is a motor racing course in Norfolk, England, originally opened in 1953. The circuit is named after the nearby village of Snetterton to the north-west of the circuit. After its use as a USAF base, Snetterton was first used for motorcycle racing in 1953, organised by the Snetterton Combine, an association of clubs in Norfolk and Suffolk. The track was used by both Team Lotus (Formula One) and Norfolk Racing Co (Le Mans) to test their racing cars. In the 1960s and early 1970s the circuit was 2.7 miles in length. In October 2005, Jonathan Palmer of MotorSport Vision, the owners of Snetterton Circuit, announced that the circuit would undergo extensive rebuilding work, in order to lengthen the circuit and improve its facilities. On 23 September 2010, MSV announced that construction of the new infield section and track improvements would be finished in time for the 2011 motorsport season. The main development was the addition of a new one mile infield section, after Sear Corner, which was replaced and renamed Montreal, in deference to it being modelled on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve hairpin. The final chicane before Senna Straight was also removed and replaced by an extension to Coram curve coupled with a new, tight, left-hand corner named Murrays. In addition to the track work, the redevelopment also improved spectator viewing and increased safety. Formation Lap Info Drivers will begin to line up out of the bomb hole, and the leader will accelarate anywhere from the pit entry to the line. Snetterton in S4 Instead of a hotlap we will look back at the 2 races here in S4, Commentated by @Jonathan Seekings Questions Who will land the Williams hot seat alongside Stroll? How would you rate your first 2 events of S6? After this round car changes are allowed, any considerations?