Unlike most motor sport, Trials is about how far you go rather than how fast you get there.

A low-speed but highly challenging discipline, it is one of the most accessible forms of the sport and an ideal entry point for newcomers.

How do Trials work?

Trials are about finding grip to progress along a course laid out on a hill side. Car Trials are for the driver who wants to compete in a road car. It’s a great starting place, as a passenger is required, so it can be a team effort.

What kind of car do I need?

For Car Trials any road-going, two-wheel-drive vehicle will do the trick, so you can use your road car or buy an old hatchback for a few hundred pounds. Road cars. MOT's are not always required.

Future Events

Sunday 22nd January @ Harton near Cambridge - More details can be found on the Cambridge Car Club website

Snetterton Stage Rally

19th February 2017


Welcome to the 2017 SNETTERTON STAGES RALLY supported by G.& B. Finch Ltd, Hylton Gott and Rix Engineering.

We are delighted to confirm that the event will be the 5th round of the prestigious Motor Sport News Circuit Rally Championship as well as regional association championships.

 The 2017 event follows the successful events run at the Snetterton Circuit in previous years but in 2017 in the hands of a different club, Anglia Motorsport Club (AMSC).

Although AMSC may be a new name to many it is a club with an excellent pedigree being a combination of most of the active motor clubs in East Anglia. This brings together the skills, resources, experience and expertise from all those clubs providing a very strong organising team which we are confident will deliver a challenging but enjoyable event.

The overall format will be similar to previous events maximising the opportunities available at the venue by utilising a mixture of on and off circuit roads within the route.

The entry fee has been set to be attractive to all competitors and as the entries have been limited to 90 and competitors are invited to submit their entries as soon as the regulations are published for what it is anticipated will be a popular event

The organisers would like to thank G.& B. Finch Ltd, Hyllton Gott and Rix Engineering for their sponsorship which is very much appreciated and also to recognise the support of MSV and the management and staff at Snetterton.  Without these contributions the event would not be possible.

The Organising Team

Marshal registration for the Snetterton Stages is here:


 Marshal Registration Form

Thank you for your interest and support.

Online marshal registration is here:

Deputy Chief Marshal, Martin Newson

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