Lewis was in front for the whole race and now has 4 British GP wins under his belt – which puts him alongside Nigel Mansell in the record books. He is also the only driver to have won here 3 times in a row, although Jim Clark won 4 in a row during the 1960s when the British Grand Prix alternated between Brands Hatch, Aintree and Silverstone. After winning the British GP this year he went within one point of his team mate and closet rival Rosberg in the championship.
In 2009 we started offering British Grand Prix Hospitality Packages to our clients, they have been returning to us year after year ever since and have been loving the hospitality we provide!
Please call us on 01382 480077 to discuss our events that are available, holiday plans and to experience the formula adventure of a lifetime.
Hilton Hotel Northampton is set in leafy grounds and only just over 10 miles from the circuit. The package include a 3 night stay at this 4-star hotel with Saturday & Sunday hospitality at Silverstone Six Suite. Fantastic views of the race, breakfast, lunch, open bar and free flowing champagne for your enjoyment. Patio seating and giant screen TV's are also available.
The ultimate F1 experience at Silverstone includes a 3 night stay at the 4-star Whittlebury Hall Hotel which is located only a few miles from the circuit. The package includes dinner, bed & breakfast, weekend hospitality in The Silverstone Six Suite. The hospitality at the races will comprise of a sumptuous buffet, open bar and spectacular views of the entire race.
If you are just wanting to watch the racing on the day then this is right up your street. You can view all the excitement with us at the Jenson Button Trust Suite or at one of the fantastic Silverstone Hospitality centres. A great option if you love Formula One and just want to watch the race!
Known as one of the fastest circuits in the world, comfortably nestled beside the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury – roughly located in the centre of England. Silverstone village is listed in the Domesday Book and its race track is built around the runways of a World War II airfield. How many other Grand Prix circuits can claim such history?
The Royal Automobile Club was interested in Silverstone as a potential site for a race track and approached the Air Ministry in 1948 and a lease was arranged. At this time the centre of Silverstone Circuit was a farm producing cereal crops and also a piggery so the RAC employed farmer James Wilson Brown to create the first Grand Prix circuit at the site and gave him just two months to build it.
On October 2nd, 1948, amid straw bales and ropes, Silverstones first event took place, the RAC Grand Prix. The crowds came in their thousands, thrilled to see the return of Grand Prix racing after so many years of war austerity.
Over the years the Grand Prix at Silverstone grew in popularity and is now seen as one of the prestigious events of the Formula Calendar. The circuit today is a 5.891km track of flat out sections, tight corners, heavy braking and majestic curves. Wonderfully British names of ‘Abbey Corner’, ‘Farm’ and ‘Vale’. A left-right-left-right challenge of Maggotts, Becketts and Chapel. The Wellington Straight was added in 2010 to encourage overtaking.
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