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Silverstone are optimistic this year’s British Grand Prix will take place in front of a 140,000-capacity crowd after the UK’s lockdown ‘roadmap’ was outlined.
In the latest episode of Torquing Point, the team discuss all of the best bits from the British Grand Prix. So basically, the last few laps…
Racing Point’s Lance Stroll was quickest in second practice ahead of the British Grand Prix, which saw the under-pressure Alex Albon crash out.
Lewis Hamilton already has six wins at Silverstone, but he’ll be keen to add to his tally to move one step closer to title number seven.
Silverstone managing director Stuart Pringle says the circuit are willing to push the British Grand Prix back to August if it saves the race.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner thinks the British GP will be “bolted on” to the end of the European schedule, rather than dropped.
British Racing Drivers’ Club chairman John Grant has pleaded with members not to ask for ticket refunds as Silverstone battles to balance its books.
With the British Grand Prix looking unlikely to go ahead, reports suggest that the Hungaroring is being considered as a replacement.
The two planned British Grand Prix races at Silverstone are back in major doubt as F1 are not set to be exempt from the 14-day quarantine rule.
One of the two races Formula 1 held at Silverstone in 2020 will be exclusive to Sky Sports F1, according to reports.
The UK government has given the green light for a British Grand Prix to held behind closed doors, but a 14-day quarantine could provide a big obstacle to overcome.
New restrictions expected to be brought in by the UK government have cast doubt over the viability of a British Grand Prix.
The Silverstone boss has admitted that holding a race without fans is a shame, but is confident that it can go ahead behind close doors.
Max Verstappen is keen to move on from the Silverstone incident with Sebastian Vettel after the German apologised immediately after the race.
Lewis Hamilton believes it will be a difficult weekend for Mercedes at the British Grand Prix.
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, changes have been made to the Silverstone track to prevent drivers from exploiting track limits.