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How many turns does Silverstone GP have?

Silverstone GP is now made up of 18 turns, over 3.6 miles and is a great testing or track day facility due to it’s large run of areas and varying corner types. In our Definitive Circuit Guide to Silverstone GP, Scott Mansell explains how to put a great lap together as well as looking at the detail of:

How can I make notes at Silverstone GP?

If you’d like to make notes at your next track or test day, use one of our handy track map driver’s sheets here. Silverstone GP is now made up of 18 turns, over 3.6 miles and is a great testing or track day facility due to it’s large run of areas and varying corner types.

What are the slowest corners at Silverstone GP?

Luffield is one of the slower corners of Silverstone GP and it requires lots of patience as it continues for a long time. There are a few different lines you can take, however, the focus should always be on your exit speed.

What else is there to do at Silverstone?

Formula 1 British Grand Prix British Grand Prix MotoGP Lap of Lights The Classic Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship Run Silverstone DAYS OUT Silverstone Interactive Museum

Is Silverstone about to lose its Grand Prix?

The British Grand Prix at Silverstone is an event steeped in tradition, but its a circuit which has on several times come close to losing its grand prix since it became a permanent part of the calendar in 1987. It had been agreed that Silverstone would host the British Grand Prix until 2009, at which point it would return to Donington.

What is the speed of Turn 1 at Silverstone?

Turn 1 at Silverstone is taken flat out at speeds that hit up to 280km/h. It’s named after Luffield Abbey which stood near to this corner between 1133 and 1943. Turn two is a kink that is hardly a corner at all.

How many laps does Silverstone have?

Silverstone Facts Circuit Name Silverstone Race first held 1950 Track Length 5.891km (18 turns) Race Distance 52 laps (306.198km) Lap Record 1:27.097, Max Verstappen (Red Bull), 202 ... 3 more rows ...

When was the first British Grand Prix held at Silverstone?

The 1950 British Grand Prix at Silverstone was the first race in the newly created World Championship of Drivers. The race rotated between Silverstone, Aintree and Brands Hatch from 1955 to 1986, but settled permanently at the Silverstone track in 1987. The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series.

What is the slowest corner at Silverstone?

The Loop is Silverstone GP’s slowest corner, but one of the most important as it leads into Aintree corner (which is flat out in most cars) and then on to the Wellington Straight. Therefore a good exit is critical is you want to put a good lap together.

How many turns does Silverstone GP have?

Silverstone GP is now made up of 18 turns, over 3.6 miles and is a great testing or track day facility due to it’s large run of areas and varying corner types. In our Definitive Circuit Guide to Silverstone GP, Scott Mansell explains how to put a great lap together as well as looking at the detail of:

What is it like to race at Silverstone?

Welcome to our circuit guide to Silverstone GP, one of the world’s best and well known race tracks. Silverstone is a fantastic mix of high-speed and flowing corners, including the infamous Maggotts and Becketts complex which has to be one of the best sequences of corners you can find.

How many corners does Silverstone track have?

Silverstone Track: three corners in detail. The Loop. This tight left hand corner was added when the circuit layout was revised for the 2010 British Grand Prix. Preceded by Village, a slow 2nd gear right hander taken at around 110km/h, The Loop is the slowest corner on the circuit.

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