Ash Hall, a war veteran who lost both legs after treading on a bomb, is taking on a challenge at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire.Read the full story ›
The organisers of the Silverstone Classic have announced the celebrity teams who will be taking part next month.
Among them, Take That's Howard Donald, Olympic cyclist Jason Kenny and boxing champion Carl Froch.
The event at the Northamptonshire circuit raises money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK and takes place on the 27th and 28th July.
The latest Formula One Grand Prix has been staged at Silverstone in Northamptonshire.
Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.
Thousands of Formula one fans have made their way to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.Read the full story ›
Drivers using the A43 in south Northamptonshire need to be aware of the traffic management plan for the British Grand Prix today say police.
From 6am Sunday, July 16 there will be changes to the roads around the Silverstone circuit:
- The A43 northbound will be one-way from the B4525 interchange to Silverstone.
- The Dadford Road South will be one way, from the A43 off-slip to the West 10 Roundabout.
- The A413 Silverstone one way, from Whittlewood Bridge to Winterhills.
From 12.30pm-6pm: The A43 Southbound will be one way from Silverstone to the B4525 interchange while the A43 Northbound will be one way from Silverstone to the McDonalds roundabout. The Dadford Road North will be one way from West 10 roundabout to A43 with Cow Pastures one way from A413 to the A5.
The A413 Silverstone will be one way from Winterhills to Whittlewood Bridge.
The measures will apply from 6am-12.30pm and then until 9pm.
If you experience a traffic-related problem during the event, please call the Silverstone Command Centre on 01327 320310.
For updated traffic advice and information during the event, please visit www.silverstone.co.uk/residents.
It's one of the UK's biggest sporting events and hundreds of thousands of Formula 1 fans will be watching the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
The world-famous circuit in Northamptonshire will host the likes of Lewis Hamilton - who'll be looking for his fourth consecutive win there this Sunday (16th July).
But it may be under threat of finishing forever, effecting fans and businesses in the area.
Click on the video below to watch a report the report by Sarah Byrd:
We've spoke to BBC F1 commentator Jack Nicholls about what Silverstone's 'release clause' could mean for the sport.
The motorsport pundit says he'll be astonished if in 2020 the British Grand Prix is not at Silverstone, though the brinkmanship won't be popular with F1 bosses.
Fomula One bosses Liberty Media have issued a statement relating to Silverstone's notice to quit staging the race.
They've branded the move as 'posturing'
"The week leading up to the British Grand Prix should be a week of great celebration for F1 and Silverstone. We deeply regret that Silverstone has chosen instead to use this week to posture and position themselves and invoke a break clause that will take effect in three years' time.
"We offered to extend the current deadlines in order to focus on everything that is great about Silverstone and Formula 1. Regretfully the Silverstone management has chosen to look for a short-term advantage to benefit their position. Our focus is still to preserve the British Grand Prix. We will carry on negotiating with the promoter in good faith and in private to reach a fair and equitable solution."
The future of F1's British Grand Prix is in doubt after the owners of Silverstone announced they would trigger the release clause.Read the full story ›
The owners of Silverstone, The British Racing Drivers’ Club, has formally triggered the break clause in its contract with Formula 1, now owned and managed by Liberty Media.
This means that unless a new contractual arrangement can be reached with Liberty, 2019 will be the last year that the British Grand Prix takes place at Silverstone - the only viable venue for a British GP.
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