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Everything you need to know about F3/GT at Snetterton this weekend

Thursday, May 12 2011

The first major event on the new Snetterton 300 circuit takes place this weekend (14/15 May), as the latest rounds of the British F3 and GT Championships visit Norfolk. To help you make the most of your visit to our circuit, please find below some important information about this event.

You will need to bring your original tickets to the circuit - copies and receipts are not accepted. All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required.

In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the ticket office.

If you haven't yet purchased tickets, they will be available on the gate for £12 on Saturday and £21 on Sunday for adults. Entry is free for children aged 12 and under.

Limited edition event programmes are available for just £5 from the circuit office, new paddock entrance and the spectator viewing banks at Palmer and Nelson. Each programme includes F3/GT driver profiles and a selection of in-depth articles on all championships competing this weekend.

Spectator viewing areas
Spectators can enjoy elevated viewing this weekend from the banking areas at Riches, Palmer, Agostini, Nelson, Murrays and along the Senna Straight. Please note the viewing area beside Montreal will not be open until later in the season.

Pit walk
There is a free of charge pit walk at 12.25pm on Sunday, which includes a driver autograph session. Anyone intending to take part will need to arrive at the queuing point next to the podium at least fifteen minutes beforehand.

Weekend Camping
Camping will be available free of charge, providing you show a valid event ticket. The campsite will open at 4.30pm on Friday and will close at on Sunday evening.

Off-track entertainment
There will also be off-track entertainment including childrens bungee trampolines and water zorbing and an F1 simulator game to the left of Tyrrells restaurant.

Gate opening times
Snetterton will be open to the public from 7.30am on Saturday and Sunday.

A full timetable for this weekend's event can be found on the ticket page which can be accessed by clicking the link below.