Don’t miss your chance to watch the British grand prix at Silverstone across the weekend of the 7th, 8th and 9th July 2017.
Moreover, don’t miss your opportunity to experience the luxuries and advantages of formula 1 hospitality through leading British grand prix packages providers like the long established DTB Sports and Events offer.
In 2016 Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes triumphed at the British grand prix.
They took on the 190 miles, 52 lap race and comprehensively beat Max Verstappen and Red Bull and Hamilton’s Mercedes team mate, Nico Rosberg, in to second and third places respectively.
Who will be victorious in 2017?
Find out, in person and in the finest surroundings with the most elite corporate hospitality and formula 1 hospitality packages on the market.
A word of warning, some hospitality packages are showing limited availability for the Sunday already, this race is a must see for enthusiasts so don’t wait to book or you may find that you’re too late.
Here’s some trivia from the good old days…
- The first impromptu race at the Silverstone circuit in 1946 featured only 12 drivers.
- From 1952 until 2011 Woodcote was Silverstone’s final bend.
- However, in the first official grand prix on 13th May 1950, Woodcote was the circuit’s first corner and so the first one tackled in the history of F1 racing.
- After Woodcote, the drivers faced Copse, Maggots, Becketts, Chapel, Stowe and Club before arriving at Abbey.
- The starting grid and pit lane were situated between Abbey and Woodcote.
- King George VI attended the inaugural race, the only time a monarch has watched the British grand prix in person.
- During this first race a well-known jazz musician, Jonny Claes, took part. The Belgian qualified last and he was 18 seconds behind pole position. He finished in 11th place.
- On July 16th 1955 Stirling Moss became the first home driver to win the British grand prix.
- In 2009 Silverstone, almost lost hosting privileges for the grand prix. Although a 10-year contract was signed by Donnington, the deal was later discarded.
- In 2015 formula 1 reached its 65th anniversary.
A marvellous formula 1 Silverstone hospitality package looks like this:
The Drivers’ Lounge package includes:
- Trackside views from an adjoining terrace.
- Exclusive grandstand seating.
- Viewing screens.
- A guest compère on Saturday and Sunday.
- Driver interviews.
- Autograph opportunities.
- A celebrity chef-inspired menu.
- All day sumptuous buffet.
- Cocktail bar with experienced mixologists.
- Complimentary bar including champagne on Saturday & Sunday – Prosecco on Friday.
- Afternoon tea with a unique twist!
- An official Silverstone host.
- Complimentary shuttle transfer from Copse Tunnel.
- Personal Silverstone radio.
- Official F1 programme.
- Car parking (1 per 2 guests.)
In 2016 there were opportunities for guests to have their race day programmes autographed at the end of each interview.
Many lucky racegoers had their picture taken with sporting icons. Will that be you in 2017?
Speak to corporate hospitality and formula 1 hospitality specialists to make the 2017 British grand prix the best you’ve ever experienced.