Enzo’s Ghost

1948 Silverstone, a former RAF base, hosts its first British Grand Prix, drawing 100,000 spectators.

Luigi Villoresi won driving a Maserati.

In 1950, Silverstone hosted the first Formula One World Championship race.

Giuseppe “Nino” Farina won it in an Alfa Romeo, witnessed by King George VI.

Silverstone, where every corner has a story, and every fan has a favourite corner.

With renowned iconic corners like Copse, Maggotts, and Becketts

They form part of a complex of high-speed corners that are considered some of the most challenging and iconic sections of the track.

At Silverstone, you can almost feel the ghost of Enzo Ferrari whispering, ‘Faster, faster!’ as the drivers navigate Maggotts and Becketts.

In 2010, Silverstone implemented significant redesigns to enhance track challenges and character.

Silverstone is famous for the British Grand Prix’s electric atmosphere and celebrity sightings.

In 2011, the futuristic pit and paddock complex, The Wing, opened, adding modern glamour.

The circuit is notorious for hosting the Silverstone Classic, a prestigious event with classic cars and live music.

This year, the extravaganza is confirmed for the 23-25 August.

Remember, a smart casual dress code applies for all guests gathering in the Silverstone Hospitality areas.

Jeans are permitted but must be smart in appearance with no rips, tears or bleaching!

Silverstone continues to be a premier motorsport destination, blending rich history with modern luxury.

Silverstone 2024 has recorded the highest single-day attendance ever in the history of the British Grand Prix.

Silverstone is where the only thing quicker than the cars is how fast tickets sell out.

‘Silverstone, where the speed is blistering, the history is rich, and the weather is… well, British’