- Fri Jun 28th to Mon Jul 1st
- Tour #2372A
- Jun 30th, 2013 Silverstone
- Victoria Hotel-Stratford
- Breakfast daily
- Transfers to/from Heathrow
- Track transfers Sat & Sun
- Heritage Museum visit
- On-site GPT representative
- Taxes/Service included
- Race tickets are not included
- Prices are per person, double occupancy
- 3 nights for $1,495.00
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- GPT tour staff:
- Track facilities:
- Tour group was just the right size to get to know the other fans as well as enjoy the offerings.
- The Williams visit was exceptional!!!
- We had Great seats! We really liked the Donnigton Museum and going inside of the Force India Factory! Then to top it off going to the Williams Factory F1 car collection and dinner in the trophy room was incredible!!! Thanks for great memories! Kevin and Sandy Jensen
- GPT was able to work around the terrible weather and provide a wonderful experience! Tours of Force India and Williams were absolutely awesome!! Between Donnington Museum and Williams F1 Collection, I saw more F1 cars than I've seen the rest of my life. Go GPTours . . . or miss out.
- I thought every part was excellent.
- Seating was great in covered grandstand with seats instead of benches.
- One of the most special and valued aspects of the Grand Prix Tour experience was our rep.
- We had a wonderful time. The other people on the tour were a great bunch and a lot of fun.
A few years ago the British Grand Prix at Silverstone was on Bernies chopping block and now, with a new lease on life, Silverstone has revised the grand prix circuit, the pits have moved and new grandstands have been built!
For more than 60 years Silverstone has carved its mark as one of the leading motorsport venues, creating a powerful heritage around the world. Silverstone`s history began in March 1943 when wartime operations began on the traditional three crossed runways needed to point heavy bombers into the prevailing wind. 5 years later the Royal Automobile Club was looking for a site to run a British Grand Prix - the first since 1927.
There were no suitable permanent tracks available and in the aftermath of war there was no money to build a new facility for the first F1 British Grand Prix. The huge numbers of concrete runways that dotted the country soon became the obvious option and Silverstone became one of two airfields under consideration.
Formula 1 can bring out the most adrenaline-fuelled emotions in someone and 2013 looks to have five World Champions. Who knows what will happen next year at Silverstone? One thing is for sure - Webber wants to defend his win, Alonso will make his Ferrari a winner, hometown hero Hamilton hopes to take the checkered flag for the first time since 2008 and Button wants vindication at a track that has outsmarted him since his F1 career began
We can`t wait to see what happens in 2013, we hope you can be at the British Grand Prix too!
All prices are quoted in U.S. dollars, per person based on double occupancy.