- 1994: Michael Schumacher disobeyed the rules and ignored a five-second penalty
- 1987: Nigel Mansell’s finest hour as he overtook team-mate Nelson Piquet with just two laps remaining
- 1960: Graham Hill lost the Grand Prix just five laps from winning with brake failure
- 1950: f1 was born at Silverstone where Giuseppe Farina, an Italian racer, was victorious
The British Grand Prix is one of the f1 calendar’s oldest races and the UK is home (either in full or part) to eight of the competing teams including Williams, Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren, Lotus, and Force India. The British Grand Prix has never failed in providing drama for spectators who can get their hands on tickets to the coveted F1 race at Silverstone Circuit.
As any F1 racing fans knows, nothing beats the amazing atmosphere that can only be found as the British Grand Prix comes home to Silverstone. This reaches fever-pitch everytime when there is a Brit in the racing line-up.
Silverstone circuit also provides some wonderful racing opportunities for both driver and spectator as well. The track used to be a former World War II aerodrome, it is fast and a quick lap time requires finesse and bravery from the racing drivers. Many of them consider the corners at Silverstone circuit to be some of the best in Formula One, especially at the start of the race.
Over the three race days, Silverstone circuit always attracts a bigger crowd of grand prix racing fans than any other race in the f1 calendar. Because race days are always busy so it is wise to get to Silverstone as soon as possible. If you have a Grandstand seat, you can afford to arrive later but if you have to stand, the flag-mad fans tend to set up very early, particularly around the Luffield part of the circuit.
About British Grand Prix 2020:
When: Friday 10th – Sunday 12th July, 2020
Where: Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire, NN12 8TN