Round 8: Silverstone

Lewis Hamilton with the British Grand Prix crowd

Event details

  • Sunday | July 8, 2018
  • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire NN12 8TN
  • 0844 372 8200

If the 2018 Silverstone British Grand Prix is anything like the last 3 years, we’re in for another cracker! Can Lewis Hamilton make it 5 in a row. Tickets for the 2018 British Grand Prix are now on sale.

2017 British Grand Prix Results – 1st Hamilton 2nd Botts 3rd Räikkönen

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Early Bird Discount

Tickets are now on sale for 2018 but no early bird discount is currently available.

Group Bookings

If you are looking to book 5 or more seats please drop us an email using the contact form as we may be able to obtain a discount.

General Admission

3 day general admission tickets allow roving access to available grandstands on a Friday. Adult 3 day tickets are £180 and children between 11 – 15 are £96.

Great news for families with Children under 10! For 2018 General Admission tickets for Children under 10 can go free of charge.

Bronze Grandstands

These include Vala and Village A. Prices for 3 day stand tickets including roving on Friday and Saturday are £235.

Silver Grandstands

These include Stowe, Copse and National Straight. Prices for a 3 ticket are £260 for an adult and £139 for children between 11 – 15.

Gold Grandstands

These include Club, Luffield, The View, Village B and Woodcote. Prices for 3 day tickets for 2018 are £325 for an adult ticket.

Platinum Grandstands

Abbey and Becketts have been classified as Platinum for 2018. Prices for a 3 day adult ticket are £375.

Platinum Plus Grandstands

Club corner and International Pit Straight are the only stands classed as Platinum Plus. Not surprising for Club Corner which is normally one of the first stands to sell out. Prices for a 3 day adult ticket are £450.

Pit Walk

Access to Thursday’s pit walk is not included with any tickets. However, closer to the time of the race, 3 day ticket holders will automatically be entered into a ballot for a chance to win pit walk passes.

VIP and Hospitality Packages

There’s always a great range of packages available at Silverstone. Packages are available for all 3 days or you can book Sunday only. Prices start around the £1,000 mark for Sunday but drop us an email (click here) and we’ll let you know what’s available. A number of teams are running their own packages for 2018. Drop us a line if you’re interested in spending a day with one of the tops teams, such as Red Bull, Force India, Williams or Mercedes AMG.

Updates

We’ll be updating the site with latest offers and discounts. We’ll also be updating our ‘Where to sit guide‘ based on the experiences of our site users.

If you’d like to contribute please drop us a line using the contact form below.

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Comments(23)

  1. Reply
    Michael Bond says

    Hi mate,

    I’m coming over from Australia next June and am a keen F1 fan. I was just wondering how much will the cheapest grandstand seat be for just the day of the race? Also the cheapest grandstand seat give you a decent view?

    Thanks
    Michael

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Michael,
      The cheapest grandstands are £199 but it’s got to be worth spending a little more to get a descent view!! How about Becketts for £249?
      Try BookF1.com for Early Bird Discounts

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    David Breame says

    Hi
    I would like to take my nine year old to watch the 2016 F1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. He has always wanted to watch this race. What is the cheapest entry fee for the both of us and what part of the track would we watch it from? What are the car park arrangements and is there a cost?

    Many thanks
    Dave

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      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Dave, Children aged 10 years and under are entitled to free General Admission entry. So you’d be looking at £185 for a Sunday General Admission ticket or £195 for the weekend. (ticket resellers can be found here). Take a look at our where to sit guide for more information on some of the best spots. You can book parking by clicking here.

  3. Reply
    Scott Campbell says

    Hi there. Attending my first ever grand prix at Silverstone in a couple of weeks. We have hired a cottage a couple of miles north of Banbury and were planning on booking a taxi to take us to Silverstone village and then walk to the circuit – apparently this is the easiest way to do it as it’s only 15 mins walk? Is that correct? Was planning on getting taxi to pick us up there afterwards as well…

    Also, what is a sensible time to arrive AND leave on Saturday and Sunday? Don’t want to get snarled up too much in traffic but don’t want to be there at the crack of dawn!

    Any advice/help is much appreciated!

    Thanks
    Scott

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Scott, Your plans to go to Silverstone Village and walk in sounds like a good one to me, 15 minutes should be fine to get your to the National Straight. It might be worth checking with a local Taxi company as they will be more familiar with the best drop and pick up points, maybe silverstonetaxi.co.uk. As far as timing Sunday is clearly busier than Saturday so I’d recommend an earlier start. If you have Grandstand tickets there’s less of a worry on timings.

  4. Reply
    Paul Howe says

    Hi, I have just booked tickets and parking for the 2016 F1 race day but need to collect the tickets from the ticket collection office. This will be my first time at any F1 and I was wondering how to get to the ticket collection office and whether it would be worth me coming on Saturday to collect the tickets rather than wait while Sunday, when things are going to be extremely busy.

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Paul, Saturday is likely to be very busy too. If you’ve got Grandstand tickets obviously you have no worries about taking your seats. The gates open at 6 and the car parks open 30 minutes before that. Head for the main entrance for tickets.

      • Reply
        Simon Purnell says

        Hi Paul, Ticket collection is at the Main Event Reception near Gate 1

  5. Reply
    Jeff Hall says

    Hi, I wish to take my 11 year old grandson to the British Grand Prix 2017 – on the Saturday. I’ve not been before so would appreciate tips on best place seats/place to watch for me and my grandson. Also, likely to be driving up from Kent and would appreciate best place to park (have heard that park and ride is ok, also that local schools offer parking). Many thanks

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Jeff, Check out our where to sit guide on Silverstone to help find the best place to sit. For tips on parking check out our ‘Parking at Silverstone‘page. I hope that helps, but let us know if you need any further assistance.

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        Jeff Hall says

        Thanks Paul. I’m told that if you go just for the Saturday it’s just General Admission tickets. is there an option to sit in a grandstand.

  6. Reply
    Richard says

    My wife and I arrive in London on 15 July 2017. Can we get stand tickets for race day only? What is the price range? How do we get from the City to the circuit?

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Richard,
      Yes no problem with tickets for Sunday only. Please take a look at the following page and check out the re-sellers ..
      British Grand Prix Tickets..
      The following page might help with picking the right Grandstand
      British Grand Prix Where to Sit Guide
      The best way by train is to go from London Euston to Milton Keynes (30 minutes) where there’s a free coach transfer to Silverstone.
      Let me know if you require any further help.
      Regards
      Simon

  7. Reply
    Lucy says

    Hi, I am looking to purchase tickets for my partner as a surprise for the 2017 British GP F1…It will be our first time so looking for advice please.
    I have read the general admission tickets are good for being able to roam etc, could you let me know the start/finish times etc so I can work out travel prior to…fair drive so need to work out when to stay. Also we will just be coming for the one day, would you recommend the main race day of Sunday rather than qualifying?
    If you could please email me this info I would really appreciate it.

    Thanks in advance
    Lucy Royds

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      Lucy says

      Also it’s showing two dates 9th and 16th? Could you confirm the correct date please….

      • Reply
        Simon Purnell says

        Hi Lucy, The race is on the 16th July

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Lucy, The track opens from 6am and there’s not normally a mad rush for the circuit to close after the race as many fans hang around and enjoy the entertainment on stage. General admission is a good choice but there is no reserved space, so you will need to arrive early to make your way to your favourite viewing area. Qualifying is a good day and includes some good support races but, you can’t beat the experience of a race day.

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    Lucy says

    Hi just wondering how much tickets would be for the Saturday and Sunday and where is the best option to stay over the night?.

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Lucy, You can compare ticket prices with a number of the main ticket re-sellers from this page.. http://www.enterf1.com/f1-tickets/british-f1-grand-prix-tickets. There’s a number of options depending on how much you’re looking to spend. Have you considered camping? Another option worth looking at is the Snooze Pod.

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    Zoe flett says

    Hi I was looking to buy tickets as a surprise for my husbands 40th but wanted to do the pit line access also, do you do tickets for this on top of tickets for the weekend, would love to do the pit lane access on race day.

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    KIRSTY Orourke says

    Could anyone tell me is there entertainment etc going on into the evenings after the days racing is over?
    Trying to plan whole wkend as surprise for my fiance
    I was going to book camping tickets for woodlands as theres so muxh going on there but he has a lot of injuries from being in service and don’t think he’d do well for whole wk3nd in a tent, he’d be fine if we did glamping but would need to book it before new year and its going to be approx £800-£1000 which i haven’t got at minute.
    Was thinking if there’s stuff going on into the evenings then we can just stay in accomodation somewhere instead of campsite

    Thank you

    • Reply
      Simon Purnell says

      Hi Kirsty,
      There will be entertainment but the schedule has not be announced yet. Another option for accommodation could be Snoozebox.

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