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The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you CALLUM SPRINGALL’s learnings from 2017 Azerbaijan Formula 1 Grand Prix in Baku.

To adapt the words of Lord Nelson – “Norfolk expects every man to do their duty... at BSB Knockhill”,

Any round the clock race is tough on those involved, but the elation of completing the marathon cannot be underestimated – standing on the podium is the icing on the cake.

Robert Sayell maintained his Formula Jedi title challenge with a trio of podium places on his home track of Snetterton – but missed out on victory on each occasion.

A Herculean effort from his two mechanics underpinned Josh Files’ latest victories in the German TCR Championship as the Poringland racer increased his lead in the series.

King’s Lynn Michael Russell shrugged off the disappointment of his Superbike race on the Isle of Man when he took part in the final event, the senior TT.

The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you its 2017 Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix Review.

This weekend’s Snetterton meeting caters for all tastes, with modern and classic saloon and sports cars plus the rapid bike-engined Formula Jedis adding an open wheel element.

Phil Reed left Snetterton pleased with his day’s work after setting a new outright Time Attack lap record in his flame-spitting Mitsubishi EVO 9.

Harry Webb followed up his SsangYong Challenge victory at Snetterton with a second success at Silverstone after a masterly drive through the field.

A bout of severe cramp in his left leg forced King’s Lynn’s Michael Russell to retire in the Superbike race at the Isle of Man TT races.

The highly popular Petrol and Pistons South show descends on Snetterton this Sunday with action from two, three and four wheeled machinery.

The UK round of the World Superbike Championship was held at Donington Park over the Bank Holiday weekend and both local British Superbike Championship teams were competing.

Thomas Randle was delighted to have secured his first sport prototype podium in the latest round of the LMP UK Cup and even more pleased for co-driver Mike Newbould who stood on the rostrum for the very first time.

British Touring Car racer Jeff Smith displaced Rob Smith from the lead of the opening Mini Challenge race at Snetterton after the latter suffered a puncture while Brett Smith, Jeff’s son, charged up from starting 11th to almost unseat Reece Barr from second place.

Snetterton specialists Jon Minshaw and Phil Keen confirmed their pre-eminence at the Norfolk circuit by taking victory in the opening British GT race and were on course to complete a double until a late drive through penalty dropped the pair to sixth.

The British GT Championship resumes with a two-race format this weekend at Snetterton after a controversial previous meeting which ended up with the on-the-road winner demoted to second place.

Norwich hairdresser Ben Hawes was a cut above the rest in the Team Green Junior Cup and Senior 300 Kawasaki series at the British Motorcycle Racing Club meeting at Snetterton.

Harry Webb left Oulton Park, the venue for the latest round in the F4 British Championship, delighted to have picked up a pair of Graduate Cup victories after two excellent events.

Harry Webb was in the thick of three closely fought SsangYong Racing Challenge pick-up races at Snetterton with the Topcroft racer standing on each step of the podium during the weekend.

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