Silverstone has extended its Formula 1 contract for another 10 years, keeping it on the grand prix calendar until at least 2034.
A 140,000-strong capacity crowd for the British Grand Prix will be a relief to Silverstone, but how many more races this year can expect full attendance?
The British Grand Prix will be held before a full crowd of fans, Formula 1 has confirmed, following a dispensation from the national government.
Fans will be able to attend next month’s British Grand Prix despite the delay in the easing of lockdown restrictions which was announced today.
Silverstone will not be able to confirm for several weeks whether the British Grand Prix can go ahead behind closed doors.
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The promoters of the British Grand Prix have admitted they were concerned about the possible effect on the race of Lewis Hamilton retiring from Formula 1 earlier than expected.
The promoters of the British Grand Prix have been given assurances they won’t have to compete with a race in London for the next three years.
The future of the British Grand Prix has been secured after a new deal was announced to ensure its appearance on the 2020 F1 calendar.
The future of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone remains uncertain despite reports two months ago claiming a deal to keep it on the F1 calendar was close.
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Formula 1 owners Liberty Media say they are prepared to move the British Grand Prix away from Silverstone if they cannot agree terms with the BRDC, who promote the race.
Silverstone’s deal to hold the British Grand Prix will expire after the 2019 race after the promoters told Formula One they will activate a break clause in their contract.
The British Racing Drivers’ Club has strongly denied reports it has already decided to drop the British Grand Prix after 2019.
Alan Henry claims on the Guardian’s website that the British Grand Prix will be on the 2010 F1 calendar and stay there until 2014. The story claims a five-year deal with Silverstone to host the British Grand Prix has been struck and will be announced tomorrow. That would coincide with the race-holding British Racing Drivers’ … Continue reading 2010 British Grand Prix deal done (updated)
The transcripts from the House of Lords’ discussion on the future of the British Grand Prix makes interesting reading. According to them Donington Park’s deal to host the British Grand Prix has been extended from 10 to 17 years. The government also quoted Dutch financial institution ING saying “resources are in place” for the event … Continue reading Donington Park has British Grand Prix deal until 2026, claims government