Have you ever longed to race at Silverstone? You're not the only one so these dates fill up fast! The home of the British Grand Prix has the UK's longest track, decades of motorsport history, and the country's only Formula 1 circuit. Any self-respecting motorhead's bucket list destination is a Silverstone track day.
Some of Formula One's most significant and memorable records and races have come from the British Grand Prix. In May 1950, the inaugural Formula One Grand Prix was held at Silverstone, and it was won by Giuseppe "Nino" Farina in an Alfa Romeo in front of King George VI. Since then, it has hosted all but 17 of the British Grand Prix races, and it continues to be one of the world's fastest, most entertaining, most difficult events. The atmosphere is also unrivaled!
At Silverstone, there are four alternative circuit layouts, including a new GP Circuit, National, International, and Stowe Circuit. Silverstone gives a good test to any driver or rider, with a blend of hyper fast bends, lengthy straights, and some sluggish stretches to keep you on the ball!. Silverstone, like the majority of the other racing tracks in the UK, is an historic airfield.