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5K UKA affiliated £12
5K non-affiliated £14
10K UKA affiliated £16
10K non-affiliated £18
5K UKA affiliated £14
5K non-affiliated £16
10K UKA affiliated £19
10K non-affiliated £21
Full refund of ticket entry price if cancelled due to covid-19
SRT 5K & 10K
All Snetterton Race Track (SRT) events take place on the iconic race track itself. The course is flat, smooth and very fast, so there's a fantastic opportunity for a personal best. Runners have exclusive use of the entire tarmac track for the day with access to the onsite showers, toilets, changing rooms, and cafe.
We have live musicians and bands bashing out great tunes throughout the course, creating an uplifting atmosphere and the runs are 100% traffic free, so you can bring your own music if you like, as headphones are allowed. Each course is accurately measured and holds a UKA Licence. The race timing is provided by ChipTimingUK who offer live results and split times.
The race track is 5k long, so you can choose to run 2 laps for the 10k or 1 lap for the 5k. You can either enjoy the live music on the course or your own running tunes from your headphones as you belt around this iconic race track. There will be a medal, drink and food waiting for you at the finish line. For 2018 buggies are allowed on the 5k.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The circuit is 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11 from London to Norwich.
Snetterton Circuit, Norwich, Norfolk, NR16 2JU Map
and its land. Use the toilets and put all rubbish in the bins provided or take it home.
We also have toilets on the course, these are located at the bombhole grandstand.
Approximately 1.5 mile after the start.
The Car Park is free. Please follow the entry road and then turn into parking areas after the
There is lots of car parking available in the assigned fields on site, marshals will be on hand
to direct you. Please go slow when entering the car park and follow the marshal’s instructions. Please arrive with plenty of time to spare and we will get you parked as soon as possible. There is a small walk to registration, this is approximately 600m.
There will be parking near to registration for disabled badge holders.
There will be parking available near to the garages for those that have booked a garage and
have a car pass.
REGISTRATION ON THE DAY + CHIP TIMING
online form and paid the necessary fee, on validation your name will appear on the Race
Entry List on the online registration form. Once an entry has been received and confirmed,
no refunds will be possible.
If you have elected to collect your timing tag and race bib on the day, these can be collected
at the Registration area, which is clearly marked on the map. Please get into the appropriate
queue. Queues are organised by race entry. Therefore 10k, 5k or both if running in both
Please wear your chip as instructed, flat on the shoe and tied on with the cable ties supplied.
No Chip, No Time. We will collect the tags at the finish line.
If you have chosen to receive your timing tag and bib number in the post, these should be
with you before the Tuesday prior to race day.
spaces around the venue.
A warm change of clothes for the journey home
Money for refreshments
Grit and determination
Sense of Humour.
Spectators are very welcome, and we have many great spectator areas, including a play area for the kids. Please be aware that DOG ARE NOT ALLOWED AT THE VENUE, the exception is guide dogs.
Inspire Races is supporting the following: The Big C charity http://www.big-c.co.uk/ Norfolk’s
We strongly advise that you arrive at the event in your running kit as there are limited
changing facilities, you’ll need to bring warm dry clothing to change into after the race.
There are some showers available at the event.
We advise you to wear appropriate running attire.
Race numbers must be worn on the front of the vest/shirt. The numbers must not be bent or
mutilated. Runner information must be completed on the reverse of the bib number.
If you have ordered a T-shirt, these can be collected at the registration area.
We may have a small number available to purchase after the event, however we cannot
We take necessary and practical steps to ensure your safety on our courses. There are a
number of medically trained personnel around the course including the professional medical
staff. If you feel unwell or notice anyone struggling at any time during the event, please
speak to a marshal.
Professional medical staff will be present at the Finish area and at various points around the
track. The medical centre is near Tyrells restaurant.
There will be a water station for the 10k only. This will be at the end of the Start/Finish
straight. Water will be provided at the finish.
We use a timing tag that must be securely fastened to your shoe with the twist ties
provided, this is required to sit flat on the laces. Attaching it to other parts of your body will
not guarantee a time. If you do not have laces speak to the timers, they will be happy to
race. Live kiosks will be available on race day in the garages near the finishline.
Prizes are available for the following age groups.
Top 3 female and male plus 1st age in category for female and male 40-49, 50-59 and 60+
1st Male and female team affiliated, 3 to score
The race will follow UKA rules
Our rules can be found at our website.
Photos and video will be taken during the event. We reserve the right to use all images for
marketing purposes. Photos will be searchable by bib number and you will be available to
purchase. A number of photos will also be uploaded to facebook in the week following the
Race Rules – Snetterton Race Track 10k and 5k
09:00 REGISTRATION OPENS
10:00 RACE SAFETY BRIEFING
10:18 WHEELCHAIRS START
10:20 RACE STARTS
11:30 PRIZE PRESENTATION
09:00 REGISTRATION OPENS
10:35 RACE SAFETY BRIEFING
11:00 RUNNERS WALK TO THE START
11:08 WHEELCHAIRS START
11:10 RACE STARTS
12:30 PRIZE PRESENTATION
What’s the last date for entries?
The last date for entries is the Friday before the event.
How do I get my Race number?
Please bring your entry confirmation email.You will collect your race number on the day at registration.
I am ill injured or unable to run, what can I do?
You can defer your entry to any other Inspire Races event of a similar price. Please email Info@inspireraces.co.uk with the race details you would like to defer to.
Can I swap my place with a friend?
You can transfer your place up to two weeks prior to the event.
Do you have a waiting list?
No, once all 1500 places are gone we will close registration.
Can I wear earphones or use an ipod?
The road is closed to all traffic, therefore earbuds, headphones can be worn
How do I enter a Corporate Team?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a group discount booking.
Is there a cut-off time for your events?
How do I enter Inspire races events?
Enter via the links on the Inspire Races website.
What is the last date for deferrals and category transfers?
Deferrals and category changes can be done up to two weeks prior to the event.
Where do I pick up my t-shirt?
T-shirts are collected from the shop at registration.
Where can I put my bag and/or clothing I don’t want during the race?
There is bag drop available run by one of our chosen charities. We ask for a £1.00 per bag that goes towards the charity
What time does my Race start?
Please visit the event website page to review the race schedule for up-to-date information.
What time do I need to get there?
You will need to be there an hour and a half before race start
Are there any refreshments?
The snetterton race circuit café will be open.
Where are the drinks stations?
Drink stations are every 5k.
Where can I collect my race pack?
Race packs to be collected from race registration on the day.
Are there any entries on the day?
What happens if I arrive late and miss the start of the race?
It is chip timed so we will allow you to start if you are no later than 2minutes late to the start. Your position will be determined by the gun time.
Where is the Chip in the Race Pack?
The timing tag is in the race pack. This will need to go on your shoe or it will already be attached to your bib.
Is parking available near the start?
Parking is available near the start.
Where should I go when I arrive?
Go registration pick up your race pack, you are then ready to run.
Do you have a bag drop area?
Yes, bag-drop will be situated near registration.
Do I get a medal?
Yes, you will get a medal.
Can I park nearby?
Parking is available in the field just off the main entrance road. It is a 5 minute walk to the start line
Will there be an award ceremony?
There will be an award ceremony for the age category winners
What if I need to change my address?
Please log back into your registration using your email address and password you supplied, this will need to be completed two weeks prior to race day.
What happens if I have lost my password or can’t login to Active Network?
Please contact Active Network help desk, they will be able to help.
Is the route suitable for wheelchair competitors?
Yes, it is.
How many laps is the 10k and 5k?
The race circuit is 5km in length. Therefore the 5k race is 1 lap and the 10k is 2 laps
How do I enter a Corporate Team?
You can create a team and invite team mates through the online registration software
Where are the nearest train stations?
For directions and stations please copy and paste this link http://www.snetterton.co.uk/circuit-information.aspx/CircuitLocation 2JG
Are there showers and toilets en route?
There will be access to toilets on route and we have showers at the venue.
Are there any entries on the day?
If the event has not sold out there will be entries on the day
Where is the best place to watch the race?
There are a number of good viewing areas around the course, including grandstands
Will there be entertainment on site?
There will be a live DJ, plus bands.
Are there refreshments available?
There is a café on site that has it’s own children’s play area.
Is the route suitable for wheelchair spectators?
Yes it is as there is good access to most areas.
Are dogs allowed?
Only guide dogs are permitted on site