Round 4: 1/2 July 2017
One of the most famous tracks in the world, Silverstone offers drivers an experience like no other. Started as a WW2 airfield in 1943, Silverstone hosted the first Grand Prix race of the newly formed Formula One World Championship Series in 1950. Since then, the track has changed to over 3 and a half miles long and will be one of the longest tracks we visit.
In 2010 the new 'wing' complex was completed, boasting a state-of-the-art pit complex and featuring a new start/finish straight, the upgrades have been applauded by the motorsport community and now is a chance to race one of the most exciting British circuits.
|Race Date||Sunday 2nd July|
|Lap Record||1:30:874 - Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F10, 2010|
|PBMW Lap Record||2:43.008 - Ben Winrow (2012)|
|Location||Silverstone, NN12 8TN|