British Grand Prix 2013 Dates
28-30 June 2013
The British Grand Prix always sells out; it's a high octane mix of super fast cars, glamorous people and adrenaline pumping excitement.
The International Pits Straight overlooks the start and finish line with Abbey and Club being the best areas to observe the action.
We can obtain British Grand Prix tickets for practice, qualifying and race day.
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British Grand Prix Tickets always sell out; book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Nothing beats being there.
About the British Grand Prix
The British Grand Prix is part of the FIA Formula One World Championship. Silverstone Circuit near the village of Silverstone in Northamptonshire hosts the British grand prix. The F1 British Grand Prix is one of the oldest Grand Prix.
Silverstone has traditionally hosted the race since 1950 and it is one of the fastest tracks in the F1 calendar. We can obtain Grandstand seats in all the best areas of the circuit.
Getting to the British Grand Prix.
Silverstone utilises a Park and Ride service to and from the circuit. Two car parks have been will be in use for those travelling to the circuit from the M1 and M40. For
those travelling on the M1 Sixfields Stadium, Northampton and those on the M40, Hinton in the Hedges Airfield
Nearest rail stations are Banbury, Milton Keynes and Northampton.
Car park passes must be bought as an extra and without them you will not be allowed access to these areas.
To bypass the traffic ask us for details on helicopter travel to the Silverstone circuit.