Situated in a prime position inside the circuit, this popular facility offers panoramic views of the whole Brooklands complex from the adjoining balcony.Limited Availability
- Trackside views
- All day buffet
- Complimentary bar
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Few sporting occasions match the intensity, glamour and drama of any F1 Grand Prix worldwide. The British Grand Prix at Silverstone offers an exciting new track layout with better spectator facilities which have improved the overall atmosphere and the racing.
The British grand prix always promises to be an unforgettable event, nothing beats the atmosphere at Silverstone when a British driver takes to the circuit. Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button will be aiming to impress British fans at their home race and there will no doubt be a strong challenge from Sebastian Vettel and the Ferraris, with all hoping to mount the steps of the Silverstone podium. Add to that the new rule changes and you are guaranteed an event packed with anticipation and excitement.
Due to its geographical location the race is accessible to fans from all over the country, Silverstone race circuit is located in Northamptonshire near the village of Silverstone, which is not far from the middle of the country, but still only 75 miles from London.
Although Motor racing initially started in France, the first World Championship race was held at Silverstone in 1950, with the British and Italian Grands Prix remaining the oldest continuously Staged F1 races in the World Championship.
Like so many of England's racing circuits, Silverstone started life as an aerodrome. At the end of the Second World War Silverstone was adopted by the Royal Automobile Club as the home for the British Grand Prix. The circuit was fast and challenging and in 1949 the shape was formed that remains the basis of the track to this day.
There have been numerous alterations to the track over the years with the latest in 2010 improving the venue for spectators and providing an even greater driver challenge. The new infield layout juts right at the reworked Abbey bend before heading into the new Arena complex of turns. This takes drivers on to the main straight of Silverstone's National circuit, before rejoining the previous Grand Prix layout at Brooklands.
The Silverstone tickets and hospitality options are very comprehensive. With a selection of trackside viewing facilities, guest speakers, and extensive food and bar services, there is no better way to enjoy your weekend at the grand prix.
Formula 1's association with wealth and technology ensures that British Grand Prix Hospitality and Tickets are in high demand and there are entertaining options at a range of different price levels, so there is plenty to consider when choosing the right option for you. The Formula One Paddock Club is the premium corporate package at Silverstone, where from a prime location you can watch the race unfold with all the drama that Formula One offers on and off track. Walk the pit lane and meet the stars, the F1 Paddock Club really is the ultimate way to enjoy your day.
The British Grand Prix Hospitality offered at Silverstone is excellent and fit for companies looking to promote an image of success and align themselves with the strategy, individual skill and teamwork involved in F1 racing.
Contact DTB for more information about British Grand Prix Hospitality.