• Johny Wills

Round 5 Preview - Snetterton

Jake heads to Snetterton this coming weekend 30th June - 2nd July as championship leader with a 25 point cushion over his team mate Tom Booth Amos.

Last season's Snetterton event was dominated by Charlie Spud Nesbitt who won both races,

Jake finished 6th twice and left Snetterton second in the championship behind Nesbitt.

Current 2017 form suggests that Jake will be one of this weekend's front runners alongside Tom Booth Amos, Richard Kerr and Ed Rendell, all of whom go well around the Norfolk track.

Snetterton has undergone somewhat of a renaissance during the recent years following a multi-million pound redevelopment project at the start of 2011, which was met with rave reviews from both spectators and competitors alike. Its combination of long straights and a wide variety of turns challenges both power and handling.


"really looking forward to snett, we set some good times at recent testing so I'm really keen to keep my lead at the top. Tom will be pushing me hard after Knockhill so I need to be focused all weekend"

Jake in action at Snetterton 2016

Snetterton 300 map