Silverstone Festival is back and bigger than ever and we’re proud to be playing a part in ramping up the excitement.
As the event’s official insurance partner Adrian Flux is proud to offer those in attendance the chance to meet some of British motorsport’s biggest stars, as well as giving them the opportunity to win some amazing prizes.
Over the course of the weekend at our stand we’re hosting two special live shows. On Friday, F1 commentator and Le Mans racer Alex Brundle will be hosting a live show with Team BRIT drivers Aaron Morgan and Bobby Trundley, as well as commercial director Mike Scudamore and Wheeler Dealers presenter Mike Brewer.
On Saturday Jason Plato and Dave Vitty will host a live version of the award-winning podcast Fuelling Around with Britain’s greatest ever Olympian Sir Chris Hoy and TV presenter Vicki Butler-Henderson.
You will also have the chance to meet the drivers of Team BRIT and see their McLaren 570S GT4. And to top it off, we’ll also be providing live insurance quotes to anyone who visits us across the weekend, and giving away a Caterham experience day.
Where does the Silverstone Festival take place?
The world-famous festival takes place at Silverstone race track, the home of British motorsport in the picturesque Northamptonshire countryside next to the village of the same name between August 25-27.
How much do Silverstone Festival tickets cost?
There are three types of tickets to buy this year. These include single day tickets for each of the three days, with Friday costing £25 while Saturday and Sunday tickets are £45. Or you can buy a ticket for the whole weekend at the price of £150.
Friday is for qualifying with a full day of racing on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets include full access to the racing paddocks, where you can talk to drivers and get close to the cars.
There is also grandstand access, family festival fun, and live music from ABC & The Christians (Friday), the Sugababes (Saturday) and McFly (Sunday). Kids under the age of 16 go free, but you will need to order a ticket. For full details visit the Silverstone Festival website.
How do I get to Silverstone?
The circuit’s postcode is NN12 8TN and there is ample public parking for visitors.
From the north on the M1, leave at junction 15A and take the A43 south, following signposts to Silverstone.
From the south on the M40 leave at junction 10 and take the A43 north, following signposts to Silverstone. The nearest train station is Wolverton while Banbury, Milton Keynes and Northampton are all under 13 miles away. Buses and taxis are available from there to help complete your trip.
Can I get insurance for my classic car with Adrian Flux?
If you are lucky enough to own a classic car you will need to make sure it is protected.
Rest assured we can tailor a policy that will give you classic car insurance that your little piece of beautiful motoring history deserves.
Call 0800 369 8590 for a free no obligation quote or arrange a callback at a time better suited to you.