Silverstone Circuit Guide
|Location: Silverstone, Great Britain||Circuit Length: 5.901 km||Laps: 52||Lap Record: 1:30.621|
Silverstone hosted the first-ever round of the World Championship in 1950 and is one of only two circuits to host a Championship race every year ever since then.
The iconic venue has undergone many makeovers over the years, but always remaining at its heart is a track that drivers just simply love to race on.
Silverstone boasts one of the fastest tracks in the world and you will struggle to find a more thrilling corner combination in racing than the Maggots-Becketts-Chapel complex. This circuit is one of Formula 1's most valuable treasures.
But Silverstone's future as host of the British Grand Prix has been in doubt for a number of years now.
2019 represents a crucial marker as this is the final year of Silverstone's current deal. No new deal has been agreed for quite some time.
Directions: Silverstone is on the A43 in Northamptonshire, 8km (5miles) from Towcester and 9km (5.25miles) from both Brackley and Buckingham. It is easily reached by two motorways – the M1 and the M40. Main line rail services from London and the regions are available at both Milton Keynes and Northampton.
Circuit name – Silverstone Circuit
Location – Silverstone
Laps – 52
Circuit Length – 5.901 km
Lap Record – 1:30.621 – L Hamilton (2017)
|Practice 1||12 Jul 2019 10:00 AM|
|Practice 2||12 Jul 2019 2:00 PM|
|Practice 3||13 Jul 2019 11:00 AM|
|Qualifying 1||13 Jul 2019 2:00 PM|
|Qualifying 2||13 Jul 2019 2:25 PM|
|Qualifying 3||13 Jul 2019 2:48 PM|
|Race||14 Jul 2019 2:10 PM|