F1 hospitality, Silverstone – Saturday (F1 free practice & qualifying) – 2nd July 2022

What’s included in your Formula 1 VIP package?

  • Full entrance ticket and VIP suite pass including access to the centre of the Silverstone circuit.
  • VIP parking
  • 3rd floor large, covered viewing balcony overlooking the Silverstone track.
  • Tea & coffee served all day.
  • Private Bar with complimentary Beers, Wines, Soft drinks
  • Champagne & selected Spirits
  • Superb all-day catering including special British Grand Prix menu:
    • Hot & cold breakfast items on arrival
    • Two course F1 Grand Prix “Chef’s Table” buffet lunch with selected fine wines
    • Ploughman’s style afternoon tea
    • Cakes and sweet treats
  • Official F1 Event Program per person
  • Silverstone earpiece radio per person
  • In-suite Televisions
  • Optional motorsport raffle


8:30am – Suite Opens and Breakfast Served

9:55am – F3 First Race

12pm – Lunch Served

12pm – Formula One Third Practice Session

1:25pm – W Series Race

3pm – Formula One Qualifying

3:30pm – Afternoon Tea Served

4:20pm – F2 Sprint Race

6:30pm – Suite Closes


*All Subject to Change*

*Dress Code – Smart Casual*

Some little nuggets of information

When was the track built?

Little did those laying the perimeter road to the RAF Silverstone airfield in 1942 know that they were setting down what would become one of the world’s greatest race tracks. But, well, they were! The Silverstone circuit was first used for a proper motor race in 1947 – although sadly, a local sheep lost its life during the proceedings…

When was its first Grand Prix?

Silverstone was the first Grand Prix, hosting the inaugural Formula 1 World Championship round on May 13 1950. Old campaigner Giuseppe Farina, who’d take that year’s title, won the race in his Alfa Romeo 158.

What’s the circuit like?

At the 2018 British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton compared a flat-out lap around Silverstone to flying a fighter jet, which should tell you all you need to know about the Northamptonshire circuit. Despite numerous layout changes over the years, Silverstone has always maintained its essential character as one of the fastest tracks on the F1 calendar, while historic corners like Maggotts, Becketts and Abbey provide some of the biggest challenges for racing drivers anywhere in the world.

Why go?

It’s hard to stop the goose bumps from prickling as you walk around one of the great cathedrals of motorsport, while in terms of atmosphere, the British fans are always reliably raucous – this is the country that invented football (that’s soccer, mind), after all.

Silverstone – The home of the British Grand Prix

Legends Club

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