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Formula One’s rich, illustrious and often controversial history began at Silverstone on this day in 1950.
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.
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, changes have been made to the Silverstone track to prevent drivers from exploiting track limits.
The rising prospect of a London Grand Prix is causing concern for Silverstone as they try to secure a new deal
The British Grand Prix continues to attract the biggest fan figures, despite its future being in doubt.
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.
The good old British weather has prevented Silverstone from hosting the 1000th race in Formula 1 next April.
Silverstone will have a new track surface in time for in time for what could be its penultimate British GP.