Police in Northamptonshire are warning motorists of heavy traffic disruption this afternoon following the MotoGP at Silverstone.Read the full story ›
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What's billed as the world's biggest classic motor racing festival is getting underway at SilverstoneRead the full story ›
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.
A blind woman claims she was refused entry to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone because her guide dog was a "health and safety" risk.Read the full story ›
Lewis Hamilton has won the British Formula One Grand Prix for Mercedes.
Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg finished second while Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel was third at a rain-hit Silverstone.
The 30-year-old home favourite extended his lead over his Mercedes team-mate to 17 points in the championship, after overcoming a poor start and two rain showers.
Today's win seals Hamilton's fifth victory from nine races this season.
No through traffic on the A43 due in both directions between the B4525 (Syresham) and Brackley Road (Towcester). Only race traffic can use this section of the A43.
A one way system is due to be in place for traffic heading to Silverstone in the morning and away in the afternoon.
This system will be in place between 5:30 and 18:00 today.
Diversions will be in place on the A421 and A422 past Buckingham and the A508 to/from M1 J15 as well as the A361 from Daventry to M40 J11.
Local traffic is advised to use back routes past Litchborough, Adstone and Thorpe Mandeville.
More than 140,000 spectators are expected at the British Grand Prix on Sunday, with many more over the course of the weekend.Read the full story ›
The full line up for 25th Silverstone Classic will be revealed today.
Status Quo and Paul Young have been confirmed to headline the music line up with three new races already announced.
Almost 10,000 classic cars will be on display in what has become the biggest classic motor racing festival in the world.