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Live sport can resume in the UK from June 1 the government have confirmed, clearing the way for a British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ‘personally intervened’ to pave the way for Formula 1 to head to Silverstone in July.
Formula 1 have been told that they will not be exempt from the new rules coming into force in the UK regarding international travellers.
Silverstone has agreed a two-race deal with Formula 1 but circuit boss Stuart Pringle says it is subject to the UK government giving it the go-ahead.
The UK government’s lockdown policies may not be what prevents a British GP, rather it could be Silverstone’s “unreasonable demands”.
Formula 1 wants to head to Silverstone after racing in Austria but circuit boss Stuart Pringle has warned that hosting a British GP is “not a slam dunk”.
Having put Silverstone’s name into the hat for multiple races, managing director Stuart Pringle says one of those could be a midweek evening grand prix.
This year’s Formula 1 World Championship could see a double-header weekend at Silverstone or even back-to-back race weekends.
Former British Racing Drivers’ Club president Derek Warwick says the British GP will likely be postponed, but Silverstone will survive without it.
Dutch F1 commentator Olav Mol believes that starting the 2020 season in England before racing through Europe is the only option.
There is a growing chance that the British Grand Prix could be postponed, but former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone doesn’t think that will damage Silverstone.
Silverstone will decide before the “end of April” whether the British Grand Prix will take its July 17th slot or join a growing list of postponed races.
A decision on whether or not to postpone the 2020 British Grand Prix will have to arrive no later than April.
The action couldn’t have gotten much better after the Austrian Grand Prix, ‘hold my beer’ said Silverstone.
Mercedes completed another front row lockout for the British GP, but the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc was not far behind.
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The first race of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1950 took place at Silverstone, and it rightly remains an icon of the current calendar.
Silverstone’s new deal with Liberty Media has protections in place should F1’s owners press ahead with plans for a street race in London, revealed BRDC chairman John Grant.
It’s official! Silverstone is back on the Formula 1 calendar even before it fell off having signed a brand new contract with Liberty Media to host the British Grand Prix.
The British Grand Prix at Silverstone will tell us if Austria was merely a blip of excitement in 2019, or if the rapid Mercedes have finally been caught.
Max Verstappen said he “can’t imagine” the Formula 1 season without Silverstone on the calendar.
The British Grand Prix has served us up some absolute classic races over the years, and some of the greatest winning efforts we have seen.
Lewis Hamilton says he will fight for “the ultimate race circuit” and its future as the home of the British Grand Prix.
The Silverstone Circuit will undergo a £5 million resurface later this year, but it’s not expected to affect the British Grand Prix.
Ross Brawn has described negotiations as “frustrating” with Formula 1 yet to reach a new deal for the British Grand Prix
The BRDC have labelled reports of a £30million solution to keep the British Grand Prix at Silverstone as “pure fiction and spurious speculation”.
Silverstone has added its name to the list of tracks with a third DRS zone with this new one incorporating two high-speed corners.
Ferrari may have grabbed the lead in both championships in Austria, but team boss Maurizio Arrivabene fears they could be on the back foot at this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen and conservative don’t always go hand-in-hand but that’s exactly the approach the Dutchman has taken for the British GP, at least for tyre choice.
Formula One Management director Ross Brawn believes Silverstone’s place on the calendar is not under threat and is optimistic a new deal can be agreed.