Silverstone Classic: Fri 29th - Sun 31st July (Silverstone, Northamptonshire)
More than 100,000 people are expected at Silverstone in Northamptonshire this weekend for the annual Silverstone Classic.
The event is the largest festival of classic cars in the world and celebrates historic British motor racing.
As well as action on the world famous Grand Prix track visitors will get full paddock access, watch track parades and displays from more than 10,000 cars over the weekend. There’ll also be interactive activities, demonstrations, live music, aerial displays and a vintage funfair.
“The Silverstone Classic now ranks as one of the world’s top motor racing festivals and being held at the home of British Motorsport only adds to the sense of occasion”.
For opening times and more information visit: www.silverstoneclassic.com
Police are warning of delays for anyone travelling to the British Grand Prix because of a crash on the A5 near Warwickshire.
*Please RT* Motorists travelling to #F1 British GP advised road closures in place on A5 from Warks border after serious rd traffic collision
The race at Silverstone in Northamptonshire starts at 1pm. The A5 is closed in both directions at Lilbourne due to a serious accident between Rugby Road and A428.
Police say the crash happened at 06:10 near to the Rugby Truck Stop.
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Police have praised the patience of fans who attended the British Moto GP at Silverstone in Northamptonshire over the weekend.
A record crowd of 73,000 people watched the race yesterday.
there were long delays as bikes and cars left the circuit.
Police said the traffic control operation had been successful.
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More than a 100,000 motor racing fans are expected at Silverstone over the next few days, for what's billed as the world's largest classic car festival.
The Silverstone Classic starts today and some 10,000 historic cars will be on display or on the track. It is the 25th year it has taken place.
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