Lamborghini Factory Driver Sandy, heads to Snetterton targeting first win of the season with Black Bull and Barwell.
Former British GT champ, Sandy, heads to Snetterton for this weekend’s (June 17/18) double-header determined to maintain his run of podium finishes at the Norfolk circuit. The 23-year-old from Forfar, who has finished on the podium every year at the track since 2020, is confident his history at the 2.96-mile circuit will further boost his title chances in this year’s Intelligent Money British GT Championship.
“Snetterton has always been good to me,” Sandy, who became the youngest-ever British GT winner, aged 16 years 169 days — a record which still stands today — when he won his first-ever GT4 race at the fast track in 2016, said. “I’ve regularly either won a race on my visit, or finished on the podium.
“Snetterton’s a pretty cool circuit. It’s quite long, which is nice, and includes a good mix of demands with tight, twisty bits and long fast sections. It’s a good combination. The last section of the circuit is the most demanding. But it’s also somewhere you can definitely make up a lot of time by getting it right.”