The Snetterton alloy wheel is named after the Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit located in Norfolk, England. Originally built as an old wartime bomber base, the circuit was first raced on by the Aston Martin Owners club back in 1951. Snetterton is one of the fastest race circuits in England and many premier racing cars have been developed on this popular test venue. The layout includes two of the longest straights in the UK, linked by quick corners, and tight chicanes which makes it the ideal venue for the evaluation stages of the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.
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