BSB » New Snetterton gets virtual unveiling


The lengthened layout for the Snetterton circuit has been revealed with the release of a two lap virtual demonstration.

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Brian Tipple - Unregistered

January 26, 2011 11:55 PM

Rode the old Snetterton many times this looks good from the in car shot . Too difficult to see whats what on first lap though . I just hope there is some spectator access to the new infield area . As with most airfield circuits Snetterton has suffered from poor spectator provision on what is a truly demanding circuit .

kw92 - Unregistered

January 09, 2011 10:32 AM

Gives a fair idea of what it should be like.
I will miss the bombhole as it looks like they have flattened it out.It still looks like it has kept the "drag strip" character of the old circuit. MSV generally do a good job, so lets hope this is one.

northern - Unregistered

January 06, 2011 9:17 PM

im not sure about the layout probably good for cars, look at all the worlds best bike tracks and they are full of sweepers ie brands, oulton, mugello and assen (just a few) there seems to be too many square corners to be a great track in my opinion

Cardiacs955i

January 06, 2011 5:04 PM

Looks like a great layout, that doesn't mess the existing track up at all. I grew up a couple of miles from Snetterton & some of my earliest memories come from watching bikes there, so seeing someone put some money into it is great news. However, this has been talked about for a few years now & so far that's all it's been - Talk. Let's hope it all comes to fruition.

tj1 - Unregistered

January 06, 2011 4:18 PM

Iam not sure about this, this is only a simulation and as such looks good,but as a regular visiter to snetters i can't see the extra track fiting within the existing boundries without turning it into a go-cart track and not to here the bikes winding it up down the revitt straight anymore will be a loss

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