We all have dreams of lapping Spa in the latest prototypes or whipping a Group B rally car on a dirt stage in Sardinia, but when it comes down to it, all we want to do is race, right? That seems to be the prevailing attitude at Snetterton, the track that recently played host to a stop of the 750MC's Stock Hatch series. Low power, low weight, and high adrenaline levels were the order of the day as documented in the video below. To call the racing close would be an understatement—"intimate" and "heated" would be more appropriate.
There is more rubbing in this one lap than in an entire season of WEC. Think Australian V8 supercars with Suzuki Swifts. Doesn't sound exciting? I'll heartily disagree. A little three-wheel action is par for the course when racing FWD hatches, but getting fully sideways through turns and popping up on two tires? That's something special. This thrilling multi-camera in-car video gives us few different drivers' looks at the carnage. Highlights include a smashed window, countless near rolls, and plenty of free-flying bodywork. But the best moment comes 39 seconds in, when driver Shayne Deegan has to shut a glove compartment that had come loose during an earlier . A remarkably relatable moment in a sea of delightful carnage.