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Get on right track about motor sport

PUBLISHED: 15:36 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:36 01 October 2014

Want to find out more about getting involved in two and four-wheeled motor sport as a competitor, marshal, official or volunteer?

West Suffolk Motorsport Club, in conjunction with other East Anglian motor clubs, is promoting motorsport in the area – mostly low cost – at a free event at the Snetterton circuit in Norfolk on Sunday, October 19.

Go Motorsport Live! East will be a great day out for anybody interested in cars in general or motor sport, or anybody who wants to find out about getting involved as a competitor, volunteer in or another role.

You can compete in a standard car from as little as £10 per event and there will be information so visitors can find out more and people on hand to answer questions.

Go Motorsport Live! East will also have car and motorcycle club stands, live demonstrations on two and four wheels and free passenger rides in in various cars and motor sport disciplines.

The Snetterton event builds on the success of the 2013 Go Motorsport Live! event held by the Motor Sports Association (MSA) at Silverstone. It is being staged by Go Motorsport, the Association of Eastern Motor Clubs (AEMC) and the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU) to show the exciting world of motor sport that happens in the east.

Admission to Go Motorsport Live! East at Snetterton is free for pre-registered ticket-holders. You can register by visiting the website at www.gomotorsport.net
For further details visit www.gomotorsport.net or ww.wsmc.co.uk/go-motorsport-live

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