MSV Trackday Trophy To Cut Racing Ribbon On Snetterton 300

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The Club MSV Trackday Trophy have extended their 2011 calendar, which will include the inaugural visit to the new Snetterton 300 circuit, after the success of its maiden season last year.

Snetterton will host the novice racing series on its new 300 circuit layout, due for completion later this month, in March as the series opener in its six race season.  This will be the first race to take place on the 2.99 mile layout and everyone involved is looking forward to it.

Club MSV Manager Alex Baxter said, “2010 was a fantastic first season for the Trackday Trophy and we're pleased to be able to build on that with an even stronger calendar in 2011. It's an honour to be among the first series to race on the new Snetterton circuit, and our competitors are excited about racing at a mixture of familiar and new venues this year. We're really looking forward to the season ahead!”

The Trackday Trophy will also be making its debut at three new circuits this season with visits to Cadwell Park, Donington Park and Anglesey International.  Registration for the Club MSV Trackday Trophy which offers a cost effective route into motorsport for enthusiastic trackday drivers is now open at a cost of £75 per team. Places are also available at a dedicated pre-season trackday at Brands Hatch on 17th February  and a pre-season season test day at Snetterton on the 300 circuit on 8th March.

Club MSV Trackday Trophy 2011 calendar

Pre season trackday 17 February Brands Hatch
Pre season test day 8 March Snetterton 300
Round 1 19 March Snetterton 300
Round 2 21 May Cadwell Park
Round 3 17 July Brands Hatch
Round 4 14 August Donington Park National
Round 5 10 September Anglesey International
Round 6 22 October Oulton Park
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