The GB4 Championship returns to the scene of its inaugural event this weekend (25-26 June), as the second half of the season commences at Norfolk’s Snetterton circuit.
The usual two days of testing build-up will get running underway on Thursday and Friday, before the vital qualifying session on Saturday morning gets the serious action underway. The usual comprehensive live broadcast package will ensure all three races this weekend are shown live and in full, with full build up and analysis from presenter Jon Jackson and race commentary from Lewis McGlade and British F3 race winner Piers Prior.
How the full event schedule, and details of how visitors to www.gb-4.net over the weekend can follow it all live.
10.30-11.10 – Test session one
13.45-14.25 – Test session two
16.00-16.40 – Test session three
After a four week gap, GB4 returns to track action with three test sessions and a total of two hours track time. Live timing will be available all day via this link.
10.20-10.55 – Test session one
14.55-15.30 – Test session two
Drivers will have a total of 70 minutes track time across two sessions to hone set-ups ahead of qualifying on Saturday morning. Live timing will again be available here.
11.40-11.55 – Qualifying (live timing)
15.40-15.58 – Race one (live streaming starts at 15.10)
The important 18-minute qualifying session will again have a bearing on each of the three races this weekend. The grid for the first race will be decided by each driver’s fastest lap times, while the race two grid is formed by each contender’s second quickest laps. The fastest times will then be reversed for race three, with each driver needing to lap within 103% to be eligible for the reversal. Live timing will keep visitors up to date, while the live broadcast will start around half an hour before the first race of the weekend, which is scheduled for 15.40. The live stream will again show the build up, the full race and then the podium and post-race interviews.
12.35-12.53 - Race two (live streaming starts at 12.15)
15.20-15.38 – Race three (live streaming starts 15.00)
The second race of the weekend will start at 12.35 with live streaming due to begin 20 minutes beforehand. The reverse grid contest will again end the weekend in style and is due to start at 15.20, with streaming starting on the hour.