November 29, 2023

Silverstone set to host back-to-back closed-door F1 races in August

The British Grand Prix is relied upon to be affirmed for August as part on the Formula One schedule one week from now. F1 is to in no time report the initial eight European gatherings of the period, of which Silverstone will have two consecutive races in secret, set for 2 and 9 August.

It is perceived the schedule is fit to be affirmed dependent upon the public authority giving clearness in make a trip limitations to the groups. The season is because of start with two consecutive races in Austria, the first on 5 July. Silverstone was to follow with two gatherings however the 14-day isolate on passage into the UK constrained F1 to reschedule their plans.Seven of the 10 F1 groups are situated in the UK and the game is as yet in conversation with the public authority over acquiring exclusions from the isolate. The proposed races at Silverstone, one of which will be the British Grand Prix, will in any case be dependent upon whether the isolate rules are to be lifted or F1 being conceded an exception.

The Silverstone CEO, Stuart Pringle, said for this present week that the circuit was adaptable in the dates it could hold the gatherings and that it was thinking about August as a component of a potential time span. Two days prior the Silverstone Classic gathering which was set to assume the few days of 31 July to 2 August was dropped, opening up the setting for F1.

Hungary is currently expected to have the third race in an initial triple-header after Austria on 19 July. Spain is set for 16 August, to trail Silverstone. Belgium and Italy will close Europe’s gatherings on 30 August and 6 September, the dates they hung on the first schedule. Germany’s Hockenheim stays as a reinforcement alternative should F1 stay incapable to race in the UK.

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