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Snetterton Bennetts BSB: Spectator information

Thursday, September 02 2021

We're looking forward to welcoming Bennetts British Superbike Championship fans back to Snetterton for the first time in two years this weekend (3-5 September). Here's everything you need to know to make the most of your trip to the circuit.

Click here to download a timetable for this weekend's event.

Gate opening times
Public admission to the circuit is from 8.00am on Friday and Saturday and 7.00am on Sunday.

How to get here
Please click here for directions to the venue.

Additional tickets will be available upon arrival at the venue. Adult tickets are available for £16 on Friday, £25 on Saturday, £35 on Sunday or £65 for the full three-day weekend.

Discounted rates are available for teenagers aged 13-15 and senior citizens, while children under 13 go free.

If you have chosen to have tickets posted you will need to bring the originals to the circuit as 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. If you haven't received them, contact us urgently at tickets@msv.com

Print-at-home/e-tickets tickets are emailed on the day of purchase. If you haven't received yours, login to your MSV account to access them - your order confirmation email alone will not gain you admission to the venue. All e-tickets can be either printed or scanned from a mobile device.

Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.

Pre-registration is not required for season pass holders, who should present their passes on the gate as usual.

Grandstand seats
A limited number of grandstand seats are available on a first come first served basis throughout the weekend (from booths located at the stands), at the following prices:

Jim Russell stand: Adults £15 / Teens 13-15: £10 / Children under-13: £10
Oliver Sear stand: Adults £15 / Teens: £10 / Children: £10
Tyrrells: Adults £15 / Teens: £10 / Children: £10

Jim Russell stand: Adults: £25 / Teens: £25 / Children: £25
Oliver Sear stand: Adults: £25 / Teens: £25 / Children: £25
Tyrrells: Sold out

Tickets are available directly from the booths at each grandstand.

The general and quiet campsites both open to passholders at 12 noon on Thursday 2 September and close at midday on Monday 6 September. Please do not arrive before this time, as there is no holding area and you will be moved on from the roadside.

Unreserved camping tickets are available upon arrival at the circuit, priced at £30 for adults, £18 for teenagers aged 13-15 and free for children under-13. The price for camping does not include venue admission.

There should be no unnecessary vehicle movement within either campsite.

Your per person camping ticket will be exchanged for a wristband specific to your campsite on arrival. There will be no entry to the campsite without this wristband. This includes children.

Live music and a disco will provide entertainment on the evenings.

Blue Badge Parking
Blue badge holders may park free of charge inside the venue in the disabled parking and viewing area in front of Murray's bend. If you hold a blue badge, please follow public signage for disabled parking, or speak to a member of staff upon arrival.

General parking
Parking is free of charge in the main spectator car park, located by the main entrance from the A11.

Bike Parking / Helmet & Leather Park
A bike parking area will be open just past the pay booths upon arrival. 
On Saturday and Sunday, the Rotary Club is providing a leather and helmet park at this location, allowing visitors to store their gear for the day for a small donation to charity. All money raised will support local good causes.

Prices are as follows: 
Helmet: £3
Large clothing bag: £8
Helmet and large clothing bag: £10

Please note all bike parking is on grass.

Trade Village
A trade area will be in operation all weekend, with dealers and manufacturers represented, plus championship partners and merchandise stalls. The Trade Area is located in the spectator area at Murrays.

Big screens 
To help you keep up with all the action there will be big screens showing all of Sunday's action located opposite the banking at Palmer, Murrays and the Bomb Hole.

Programmes can be purchased from the ticket booths for £5 upon arrival.

BSB Radio presented by Kawasaki K-Options
BSB Radio presented by Kawasaki K-Options will be broadcasting live commentary, interviews and spectator information throughout the weekend on 87.7FM.

Cash machine
We don't have a cash machine at the circuit, but most traders and food/drink outlets accept card payments.

Free WiFi
Free WiFi can be accessed from the pit garages and the Tyrrells restaurants. To access the facility, provided free-of-charge via the Purple WiFi portal, simply select MSV-HOTSPOT-WIFI from your smartphone, tablet or PC and log in using your Facebook or email address details.

Here to help
Excellent customer service is important to us, and all our staff are trained to help you make the most of your visit to the circuit. Whether you need assistance to find a lost child or to locate a disabled toilet, please ask one of the many uniformed staff you will see throughout the venue.

The safety and security of all our visitors is paramount, so please be aware you may be subject to bag searches and security checks at our venue. We would also politely ask, as an additional security measure, that you put luggage tags on all of your bags detailing your name and mobile number, so that it can be easily identified. Please do not leave your bag or personal belongings unattended at any time.

How we continue to keep you safe: COVID-19
Whilst our motor racing circuits are outdoor venues, with spectators dispersed over a very wide area, we recognise the importance of maintaining sensible precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. We have therefore retained many of the protocols that have been in place since we welcomed spectators back again in May. Click here for details.