Statues quo changes on superkarts visit to Norfolk
Last year Lee Harpham proved unbeatable in the Superkart races at Snetterton, but the Grimsby racer was well and truly beaten by rival Emmanuel Vinuales at the weekend.
In the opening European Championship race Frenchman Vinuales led throughout chased home by Gavin Bennet and Harpham with Vinuales doing the double in race two after passing Bennett on the final lap.
In race three, counting for the British GP title, Bennett triumphed and emulated Vinuales 100mph lap of the Snetterton 300.
Harpham had better fortune in the F125 category winning race two plus a second and third place in the opening and closing events, both won by Danny Edwards.
In the F250 National class Toby Davis was a double winner with Stephen Clark winning race two, which was the only event Norwich's Josh Rayman was able to finish.
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Peter Baldwin added to his awesome winning tally at Snetterton with two more victories, after leading every lap, in the Mini Miglia series which puts the Cambridgeshire racer back in the lead of the series.
Norwich's Tony Le May raced to sixth and fifth places while in the Mini Seven category Andrew Deviny, Max Hunter and Paul Spark completed both podiums.
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Suffolk racer Robb Addison showed his class in both MG races although both Lee Sullivan and Vince Pain led Addison in race two before the local knowledge of Addison proved decisive.
In the opening Porsche race JM Littman stole by Steven Boyles to snatch second place behind winner Richard Styrin who also went on to win race two.