Regardless of the way that north of 7,000,000 individuals in the UK watched the title concluding Brazilian Grand Prix on TV, not very many individuals at any point go to a race.
Recipe One might be the third most watched game on the planet – after the Olympics and football World Cup – yet with only one occasion in the UK consistently, it’s not the most available of sports.
Be that as it may, having the opportunity to watch a Formula One vehicle thunder past in the tissue isn’t really as costly and as troublesome as you could envision.
If going to the British Grand Prix tickets at Silverstone is as far abroad as you’re willing to travel, then the choices open to you are interminable.
A Friday-just General Admission ticket – which, not at all like on race day, will give you admittance to every single open show-off – will interfere with you £49 (£24 for a kid), however, this will ascend to £65 when the ‘prompt riser’ offer reaches a conclusion. For this, you will be able to watch three hours of Formula One practice, on top of training and qualifying meetings for the help races, including GP2, GP3 and the Porsche Supercup.
Saturday-just tickets cost £85 (£42.50 for kids) but these won’t give you admittance to grandstands for qualifying.
For this, you will require an extended weekend show-off pass. As I made sense of in a prior post on the view from the Silverstone remains, there are numerous to look over. The least expensive accessible right now is an end of the week seat at Copse corner for £180, but a show off pass gives you meandering admittance to all open grandstands on Friday and Saturday.
Assuming that is the actual race you’re keen on, a Sunday General Admission ticket costs £145 (£73 for youngsters). And keeping in mind that that might appear to be a bit expensive, there’s far beyond the Grand Prix itself. The morning will highlight three help races; a large group of air shows, including the red bolts and a Grand Prix party after the race.
Right now, notwithstanding, an extra £7 will get you a covered seat at Copse corner, which appears to be an appealing choice given the storm endured by last year’s race-participants.
As far as how to get to Silverstone, there are a lot of choices open to you.
On the off chance that you’re just going on race day, Megabus works from more than 50 towns and urban communities across the UK from as distant as Edinburgh, Southampton, Plymouth and Swansea. A return ticket from Cardiff, for instance, costs £30, leaving at 6am and withdrawing Silverstone at 4pm, close to an hour and a half after the checkered banner.
On the other hand, Silverstone works a Park and Ride administration, simply off the M1 and M40. Interestingly, this help will work on the Friday of the Grand Prix weekend. Assuming you’re going on every one of the three days, it costs £20 per vehicle. A one day pass is estimated at £10.
For those showing up via vehicle, 2012 was somewhat of a bad dream. Silverstone experienced heavy downpour in the development to the end of the week. Fans were cautioned not to make a trip to the circuit for qualifying on the Saturday, to let the grass vehicle leaves recuperate in time for race day. In any case, in the event that you wish to go via vehicle to the 2013 British Grand Prix, a three-day vehicle leaving pass will cost you £60. A Sunday-just pass, nonetheless, will cost just £60.
Setting Up Camp
There are various campgrounds inside a short stroll of the circuit. Silverstone’s true campground is Silverstone Woodlands, which costs £60 per individual (£25 for youngsters) and situated on the south side of the circuit close to Club corner. Anyway, on the three events I have been to the British Grand Prix, I have consistently set up camp at Whittlebury Park, which is a brief stroll from Copse corner.
In the case of showing up via vehicle, leave early – particularly on race day.
Recollect your optics! There are numerous monster screens dabbed around the circuit so you can follow the race appropriately. Be that as it may, except if you’re fortunate, they’re not ordinarily monster enough to have the option to peruse the on-screen illustrations appropriately with the unaided eye.
Take a pocket-sized radio and tune into BBC Radio 5 Live or Silverstone Radio of 87.7 FM.
Wear ear plugs! In the event that you have never been to a Grand Prix, nothing will shock you more than the stunning commotion. Ear plugs are accessible for purchase at the circuit.
Extra at long last, assuming you have any cash, employ one of the hand-held Fan Vision regulators, also known as Kangaroo Tv’s. From one of these, you will actually want to watch the world feed displayed on the monster screens and to a large number of TV watchers all over the planet. Moreover, you will approach a scope of critiques; group radio, timing screens and a large group of on-board choices.
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