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Silverstone Circuit is a motor racing circuit in England located next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury. The circuit straddles the Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire border, with the current main circuit entry on the Buckinghamshire side.
The Northamptonshire towns of Towcester 5 miles and Brackley 7 miles and Buckinghamshire town of Buckingham 6 miles are close by, and the nearest large towns are Northampton and Milton Keynes.
Silverstone is the current home of the British Grand Prix , which it first hosted in The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series.
One of their members, Maurice Geoghegan, lived in nearby Silverstone village and was aware that the airfield was deserted.
He and eleven other drivers raced over a two-mile circuit, during the course of which Geoghegan himself ran over a sheep that had wandered onto the airfield.
The sheep was killed and the car written off, and in the aftermath of this event the informal race became known as the Mutton Grand Prix.
The next year the Royal Automobile Club took a lease on the airfield and set out a more formal racing circuit. Their first two races were held on the runways themselves, with long straights separated by tight hairpin corners, the track demarcated by hay bales.
However, for the International Trophy meeting, it was decided to switch to the perimeter track. This arrangement was used for the and Grands Prix.
In the start line was moved from the Farm Straight to the straight linking Woodcote and Copse corners, and this layout remained largely unaltered for the following 38 years.
For the meeting a chicane was introduced to try to tame speeds through Woodcote Corner although MotoGP would still use the circuit without the chicane up until , and Bridge Corner was subtly rerouted in The track underwent a major redesign between the and races, transforming the ultra-fast track where in, its last years, fourth or fifth gear, depending on the transmission of the car, was used for every corner except the Bridge chicane which was usually taken in second gear into a more technical track.
On his victory lap back to the pits Mansell picked up stranded rival Ayrton Senna to give him a lift on his side-pod after his McLaren had run out of fuel on the final lap of the race.
Following the deaths of Senna and fellow Grand Prix driver Roland Ratzenberger at Imola in , many Grand Prix circuits were modified in order to reduce speed and increase driver safety.
As a consequence of this the entry from Hangar Straight into Stowe Corner was modified in to make its entry less dangerous.
In addition, the flat-out Abbey kink was modified to a chicane in just 19 days ready for the Grand Prix. After a new pit building, the Silverstone Wing was completed in time for the British Grand Prix.
Almost flat out, the right-hander of Abbey leads immediately into the left-hander of Farm before cars brake heavily into the second-gear right-hander Village Corner.
The even slower left-hander of the Loop comes immediately after, and leads into the flat-out left-hander of Aintree, before cars head down the DRS zone of the Wellington Straight, designed in to promote overtaking at the track.
Heavy braking is required for the left-hander of turn 16, and understeer can be an issue for the next right-handers of turns 17 and 18, as cars tentatively accelerate round to the start—finish straight.
The fastest ever lap of the current circuit configuration was 1: With the termination of hostilities in Europe in , the first motorsport event in the British Isles was held at Gransden Lodge in and the next on the Isle of Man , but there was nowhere permanent on the mainland which was suitable.
There was no possibility of closing the public highway as could happen on the Isle of Man, or the Channel Islands; it was a time of austerity and there was no question of building a new circuit from scratch, so some viable alternative had to be found.
A considerable number of ex-RAF airfields existed, and it was to these the RAC turned their attention to with particular interest being paid to two near the centre of England — Snitterfield near Stratford-upon-Avon and one behind the village of Silverstone.
In August , Andrews employed James Brown on a three-month contact to create the Grand Prix circuit in less than two months. Despite possible concerns about the weather, the British Grand Prix began at Silverstone on Thursday 30 September The race took place on 2 October.
Spectators were contained behind rope barriers and the officials were housed in tents. An estimated , spectators watched the race.
The race was miles long and was run at an average speed of It was to use the full perimeter track with a chicane inserted at Club Corner.
The length of the second circuit was exactly three miles and the race run over laps, making it the longest post-war Grand Prix held in England.
The race average speed had risen to The attendance was estimated at anything up to , Also in , the first running took place of what was to become an institution at Silverstone, the International Trophy sponsored by the Daily Express and which become virtually a second Grand Prix.
The first International Trophy was run on 20 August in two heats and a final. For this meeting, the chicane at Club Corner was dispensed with and the circuit took up a shape that was to last for 25 years.
The British Grand Prix was a significant occasion for two reasons: The race distance had increased to miles, and the race average speed was now However, the weather worsened for the final and visibility was almost nil, and in those conditions the Alfettas with their supercharged engines were at a distinct disadvantage.
When the race was abandoned after only six laps, Reg Parnell was in the lead in the "Thinwall Special" ; no official winner was declared.
The lease covered only the perimeter track and other areas at specific times. The original pits between Abbey and Woodcote were demolished, and new pit facilities were constructed between Woodcote and Copse.
The International Trophy was notable in , in that it saw a rare victory for Hersham and Walton Motors when Lance Macklin had a win. The same situation continued into with the World Championship being run for Formula Two cars.
The race was a straight fight between the Maserati and Ferrari teams, with victory going to Ascari at The Grand Prix season was the new 2.
Lancia had joined the fray with their D50 , and Daimler-Benz were back; the appearance of Lancia meant that there were three Italian teams completing at the highest level, the others being Ferrari and Maserati.
The best Mercedes driver was pole-man Fangio in his W From , the Grand Prix was alternated between Aintree and Silverstone, until when Brands Hatch took over as the alternative venue.
The great Fangio scored his only British Grand Prix win in one of these cars. Second was another Lancia-Ferrari which had started the race in the hands of Alfonso de Portago , but was taken over by Peter Collins at half-distance and third place was Jean Behra in a Maserati F.
Matters were somewhat happier for the British enthusiast at the International Trophy; a quality field had been attracted including Fangio and Collins in their Lancia-Ferraris, but the 13 laps of the race were led by the new BRM P25 driven by Hawthorn.
For drastic rule changes were introduced into Formula One, Fangio had retired and Maserati had withdrawn due to financial difficulties. Throughout the season the battle was between Ferrari and Vanwall and it was fervently hoped that Vandervell would success at home but it was not to be; the green cars fell apart, Stuart Lewis-Evans the best placed finisher in fourth.
Victory went to Collins from Hawthorn, both driving Ferrari Dino s. At the British Grand Prix of , the front-engined cars were completely outclassed, the podium going to the Coventry-Climax-powered cars, with victory going to Jack Brabham in the works Cooper T53 from John Surtees and Innes Ireland in their Lotus 18s.
Although the race is remembered as the race lost by Graham Hill , rather than won by Brabham. Hill stalled his BRM on the grid, left the line in last place, then proceeded to carve through the whole field.
The International Trophy was run to this Formula and produced a notable first and last — the first and only appearance of the American Scarab and the last appearance of the Vanwall, in the hands of Surtees.
In , the second year of the Formula, the International Trophy was run for the 1. By now, even Ferrari had succumbed to the rear-engined layout, but sent only one to Northamptonshire for Surtees Ferrari The following year, the new 3-litre Formula One was heralded as the "Return of Power" , however the first Grand Prix under these regulations was held at Brands Hatch.
It was not until that the big-engined cars came to Northamptonshire. The result remained unchanged, with Clark winning in the Lotus-Cosworth 49 at a race average speed of By , the 3-litre era was now into its fifth season; it was also the year when sponsorship came to the fore.
Ken Tyrrell became a constructor and Jackie Stewart won at Silverstone driving the Tyrrell on his way to a second World Championship. The race was stopped on lap two and the carnage cleared away; it speaks highly for the construction of the cars that only one driver was injured.
The race average speed had risen again to Tom Pryce placed his Shadow DN5 on pole for the Grand Prix, but an accident destroyed his chances as the race was run in appalling weather and it stopped at two-thirds distance.
International motor racing at Silverstone is not concerned solely to Formula One, however, and saw one of the closest finished in endurance racing during the Silverstone Six-Hour race, which was a round of the World Championship for Makes.
Porsche had had the upper hand in the opening rounds of the series, but at Silverstone things were different.
The Renault RS01 expired early in the race. Once the most prestigious race of the motorcycle calendar, the Isle of Man TT had been increasingly boycotted by the top riders, and finally succumbed to pressure and was dropped, being replaced by the British Motorcycle Grand Prix.
Such events as this gave the Formula One also-rans a chance to start, which they were normally denied in Grands Prix; two such were the Theodore and Fittipaldi.
Keke Rosberg won the former in atrocious conditions from Fittipaldi in his namesake car. The race was run over laps of the Grand Prix circuit to make a total of a little over miles which the winning car covered at Come the Grand Prix and the passage of two years had made a great difference to the performance of the turbocharged Renaults; the car which qualified on the last row in was now on the front row beside Alan Jones in the Williams FW The winners average speed was The British Motorcycle Grand Prix was again held at Silverstone and would be one of the closest races in the history of Motorcycle Grand Prix racing.
After a few laps, Hartog fell off the pace as Sheene and Roberts continued to swap the lead throughout the lap event, the American winning for the second time ahead of Sheene by a narrow margin of just three-hundreds of a second.
The passage of a further two years saw the arrival of the one-one-one grid in , albeit staggered in two rows. The turbocharged era had arrived for not only did Renault occupy the front row of the grid, but turbo-engined Ferraris were fourth and eighth.
The winning car completed the laps at a speed of The big sports cars returned to Northamptonshire on 8 May to contest the Silverstone kilometres, which was a round of the newly instigated World Endurance Championship.
It was a Porsche benefit with Derek Bell and Stefan Bellof bringing their home ahead of Wollek and Stefan Johansson in an identical car — in fact s filled the first five places.
In the British Grand Prix , the first Cosworth-powered car was in 13th place on the grid, all the cars ahead of it were being powered by turbocharged engines.
Fuel consumption of the turbos was heavy and refuelling mid-race had become de rigueur, the mechanics now playing as important part as the drivers.
The International Trophy run 24 March saw the race again make history, as it was the inaugural event under the regulations for the new International Formula Kiwi racer Mike Thackwell wrote himself into the record books by winning the International Trophy for the third time, and the first F race in the process, driving a Ralt RT20 from John Nielsen in a similar car.
This turned out to be a Porsche benefit, the Stuttgart cars taking the five of the top six placings in the shape of four Cs and a The turbo era had reached its zenith.
This was a peak in the history of Silverstone and while Prost put the new lap record up to The International season opened on 13 April with the first round of the Intercontinental F Championship.
However, the first International meeting in was the initial round of the Intercontinental F Championship on 12 April. The race was run at The first car home was that of Cheever and Raul Boesel , followed by Jan Lammers and Watson, with the Porsche C of Stuck and Bell third; these three crews covered the whole lap distance of laps of the full GP circuit, the winning Jaguar averaging And so to the British Grand Prix, the event now firmly established at Silverstone.
The first two placings were a repeat of the race at Brands Hatch, Mansell winning from his Williams-Honda teammate Piquet at The race will always be remembered the inter-team rivalry of the Williams pairing.
Following a late pit stop in a bid to cure a vibration in the car, Mansell found himself With two laps to go Mansell slipstreamed Piquet down the Hangar Straight, jinked left and then dived right to pass Piquet into Stowe.
To a tumultuous reception, Mansell went on to win the race. The race was won at The XJR9 won at The second Sauber driven by Mauro Baldi and James Weaver , was third, two laps down, while third on the road was the Porsche C of Bell and Needell which was disqualified for an oversize fuel tank.
April at Silverstone is not the warmest place to be but nonetheless F contingent contested the first round of the International F Championship. Thomas Danielsson won at the wheel of a Reynard 89D, at a speed of And so to July, and the British Grand Prix.
Once again, it was over miles and was won at Nearly every part of Silverstone except Copse, Abbey and all of the straights, save the Farm Straight was redesigned.
The ultra-high speed Club and Stowe corners were made slower and a chicane was placed before Stowe. Maggotts, Becketts and Chapel were re-designed as very fast snaky esses that proved to be even more challenging than the original series of corners — the considerable amount of lateral acceleration change from side to side became the highlighted challenge of the new circuit.
A new twisty infield section called Luffield was created in place of the Farm straight and the Bridge chicane. Despite these alterations, the Grand Prix and World Sportscar circuses both very much approved of the new layout: Silverstone was still fast, which is what it has always been known for.
July came, and with it came, of course, the Grand Prix. Only two other drivers completed the full race distance: The first two were run on the same day, 10 May.
Although the practice was spoilt by hailstorm, the races were run in bright weather. The sports car race was a sad affair, with but a handful of cars coming to the grid.
There were 11 starters and just five finishers. The race was won by the Peugeot of Warwick and Yannick Dalmas at At the end of the season, the World Sports Car Championship was no more.
Mansell dominated practice and the race, winning at Six days after competing at Donington Park, the F guys were at Silverstone for the second round of the International F Championship.
Gil de Ferran won at Despite back-to-back Grand Prix victories for Williams, Mansell would not be back in to try for a famous hat-trick as he was racing in the States.
However, things looked good his replacement, Damon Hill after he set fastest time in practice, but Prost now at Williams pipped him to pole by just 0.
Second and third were the Benettons of Schumacher and Patrese. A year later, the Grand Prix was a race of controversy which rumbled on for most of the season: Zwischen und wechselte der Austragungsort des britischen Grand Prix zwischen Silverstone, Aintree und Brands Hatch , seit wird das Rennen jedes Jahr in Silverstone ausgetragen.
Der von der Heli Air Ltd. Drei Jahre nach dem Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs wurde das Areal zu einer Rennstrecke umfunktioniert, die ersten Rennen wurden noch auf den Startbahnen ausgetragen.
Dabei bestand der Kurs praktisch nur aus langen Geraden und engen Haarnadelkurven. Zwischen den Grand Prix und wurde die Strecke komplett neu gestaltet.
Die Landebahnen befinden sich auch heute noch im Infield der Rennstrecke und werden zum Teil noch benutzt. Das Rennen endete kurios, denn der Sieger fuhr gar nicht durchs Ziel: Im Jahr wurden die Schlagzeilen weniger vom Geschehen auf der Strecke dominiert als vielmehr vom Verkehrschaos um die Strecke herum.
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