What is the Silverstone Classic 2019?
Silverstone Classic 2019 includes non-stop spectacular historic motor racing with qualifying for all grids on Friday and racing all day on Saturday and Sunday, free access to the paddocks and grandstands displays from more than 100 car clubs featuring more than 10,000 classic cars, driving activities and demonstrations, live music on Friday and Saturday, vintage funfair rides, a shopping Village, classic car auctions and much more.
When is the Silverstone Classic 2019?
Silverstone Classic 2019 takes place on Friday and Saturday (July 26 & 27) from 7.30am until 11.30pm and on Sunday (July 28) from 7:30am until 6:30pm.
Where does Silverstone Classic take place?
The world famous classic takes place at Silverstone race track, the home of British motorsport in the picturesque Northamptonshire countryside next to the village of the same name.
How do I get there?
The circuit’s postcode is NN12 8TN and there is ample public parking for free.
From the M1 leave at junction 15A and take the A43 south, following signposts to Silverstone. On leaving the A43 signposted for Silverstone, follow Silverstone Classic 2019 signage for public parking or other access.
From the M40 leave at junction 10 and take the A43 north, following signposts to Silverstone. On leaving the A43 signposted to Silverstone, follow event signage for public parking or other access.
The nearest train stations are Banbury, Milton Keynes and Northampton. From these stations you can get a bus to one of the surrounding villages or a taxi direct to the circuit.
How much do Silverstone Classic 2019 tickets cost?
Tickets cost from £45 for a single adult day ticket up to £120 for an adults three-day ticket. For full details visit Silverstone Classic tickets.
Where can I watch the action?
The Silverstone Classic YouTube channel will broadcast regular updates from Silverstone.
Silverstone Classic 2019 mark any special anniversaries?
Silverstone Classic 2019 marks the centenary of Bentley, 60 years of the Mini and 50 years of the Ford Capri. It will also mark half a century since Sir Jackie Stewart’s first world championship win.
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