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Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has said they are still “engaged” in talks with the BRDC over Silverstone but they are “going to continue doing what we think is the right thing”.
The BRDC have labelled reports of a £30million solution to keep the British Grand Prix at Silverstone as “pure fiction and spurious speculation”.
Former F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that he made an enquiry about buying Silverstone, but was told that the venue is not for sale.
Liberty Media are “genuinely trying” to secure a new contract with Silverstone that will keep the British GP at the Northamptonshire track for many years to come.
Lewis Hamilton has said it would be “pretty cool” to have two British Grand Prix races on the Formula 1 calendar.
Jacques Villeneuve has called Esteban Ocon an “embarrassment” for the Turn 1 incident with Max Verstappen at Interlagos on Sunday.
Formula 1 could still have a British Grand Prix without Silverstone being involved; that’s a warning to the circuit from F1’s commercial boss Sean Bratches.
Charlie Whiting believes drivers who had incidents through Silverstone’s new DRS zone have only themselves to blame as it is a “driver choice” to open the flap.
At a time when F1’s stewards are coming in for some stick, Sergio Perez has praised their decision to penalise Pierre Gasly at the British Grand Prix.
Jacques Villeneuve reckons if Kimi Raikkonen had hit Valtteri Bottas instead of Lewis Hamilton, he would have received a lesser penalty at the British Grand Prix.