The Norfolk-based Trulli Team were in action in Monte Carlo on Saturday for Round 7 of the Formula E Championship.
After late penalties coming through, both drivers failed to finish near the top- Jarno Trulli crossing the line in twelfth and Vitantonio Liuzzi just behind in fourteenth.
The beginning of the race went really well, we had good energy management, so everything was running smooth and nice in 8th position. Then, at the pitstop, we met trouble as the car wouldn't engage in first gear and we lost so much time and so many places, it ruined our chances of scoring points. The way it ended is very disappointing".
"It was a terrible race. As we slowed down and into the first corner, I got a big hit from behind and got pushed into the car in front of me, breaking the rear wing in the hit. We had quite a good run with the second car, but the race was already over after the accident in the beginning."
Despite the disappointing results, the team thanked their fans on Twitter for their support.
Sebastien Buemi secured his second win of the season- making a bit of history in the process to win two races in its inaugural season.
A plan to reintroduce the Lynx to woodland in England, including Thetford Forest, has public backing - according to a new survey.
Lynx UK Trust said that more than 90% of people asked were supportive of the trial to bring back the big cats.
Some landowners in Thetford have raised concerns over the idea, but the Trust said Lynx were harmless to humans and are of little threat to livestock.
Eleven fire crews are on the scene of a large blaze at a factory in Norfolk.
Emergency services were called to the site at Burrell Way in Thetford at about 3.50pm.
A 150m cordon has been put in place. Some roads have been closed and nearby businesses have been evacuated.
The fire is not affecting any residential properties at the moment.
Drivers are being asked to avoid the area.
Construction of the Thetford Riverside development will start in May, according to Breckland Bridge Ltd, the joint venture company set up between Breckland Council and Land Group.
The project will include a new 62 bed hotel, three screen cinema, food and restaurant units and car parking.
The complex is due to open in Autumn 2016.
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CCTV has been released of two men police would like to speak to in connection with a robbery at a bookmakers in Thetford.
The robbery happened at Coral in Well Street on Sunday February 15. Two men entered the shop and assaulted a member of staff, kicking and punching him to the ground.
Cash was taken from the till, along with the victim's mobile phone.
The offenders ran off in the direction of the town centre, with one heading down Tanner Street and the other running down School Lane.
The victim, a man in his 30s, sustained cuts and bruises to his hands and face.
A man his 20s arrested on suspicion of robbery in connection with the incident faces no further action.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101.
Work on Thetford's new Riverside Development is to begin today.
When it is finished the complex will host a cinema, hotel and shops.
It is all part of the wider regeneration of the town.
It is due to be completed by the end of 2016.
It has taken almost two years and now the dualling of the A11 between Thetford and the Fiveways roundabout has finished.
The £102 million project which began in January 2013 will be officially opened later this morning by the Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin.
It is the last section of single carriageway on the A11 to be dualled, linking the east with London.
Norfolk Police have confirmed missing Thetford teenager Alexandra Jakobowska has been found.
The 16 year old was found safe and well at 6.30am this morning, Monday 8 December.
A driver has escaped serious injury after his lorry overturned on the A11 in Norfolk today.
It happened at around nine-thirty near Thetford. Police say it's likely the wet and slippery conditions were to blame