The 2022 GB3 Championship reaches its halfway mark this weekend at Snetterton, with a packed 22-car grid set to take on the challenges of the Norfolk venue’s 300 circuit.
Each contender will again benefit from a comprehensive pre-event testing programme across Thursday and Friday, before the vital qualifying session on Saturday morning. GB3’s comprehensive live streaming package will again ensure each race is shown in full with build-up and analysis from presenter Jon Jackson and race commentary from Lewis McGlade and British F3 race winner Piers Prior.
The full Snetterton schedule is below, with details of how visitors to www.gb-3.net this weekend can keep up to date.
09.45-10.25 – Test session one
13.00-13.40 – Test session two
15.15-15.55 – Test session three
A month after the most recent rounds at Donington Park, the GB3 contenders return to action with a busy day of testing on Thursday. Three sessions with a total of two hours track time will give drivers plenty of opportunity to get back up to speed, and full live timing will be available here.
09.40-10.15 – Test session one
12.40-13.15 – Test session two
An additional 70 minutes of track action across two sessions will give drivers time to practice qualifying simulations and make final preparations for the race weekend. Live timing will again be available here.
10.40-11.00 – Qualifying (live timing)
13.20-13.40 – Race one (live streaming starts at 12.50)
The vital qualifying session will, as usual, decide the starting order for races one and two. Each driver’s best lap times will decide the race one grid, and each contender’s second quickest effort will form the race two grid. The fastest times are then reversed for the race three grid, with drivers inside the 103% bracket eligible for the reversal. Live timing will show all the updates from qualifying, before the live broadcast starts around 30 minutes ahead of the first race. The stream will include the usual build-up, full race and post event coverage including the podium ceremony and post-race interviews.
10.00-10.20 – Race two (live streaming starts at 09.40)
13.45-14.05 – Race three (live streaming starts at 13.25)
The second race of the weekend is due to start at 10.00, with live coverage starting 20 minutes beforehand. The event will end in spectacular fashion courtesy of the reverse grid contest at 13.45, with the fastest drivers fighting their way up the order. The live broadcast will again start 20 minutes beforehand.