The Formula 1 ticket website has finally opened up sales of 2014 British Grand Prix tickets for the race held at Silverstone.

The provisional calendar was released by the FIA for the 2014 F1 season and has Silverstone pencilled in for the weekend of the 4th, 5th and 6th of July.

The official Silverstone website is always the first place to allow fans to purchase their Grand Prix passes, with the rest of the official ticket agents opening up their doors a couple of months later. BookF1, a British based and highly respected company has posted their prices for all Silverstone tickets in time for the Autumn and Winter surges that sales usually see.

Silverstone will continue to price their tickets based on a “band” system which sees multiple prices per grandstand, depending on the angle and view each particular seat offers. We explain that a little bit better in our guide here, but it basically means fans on a particular budget can still sit in the grandstand of their choice, but with a slightly differing view to the more expensive tickets.

As ever our top picks for where to sit include Club Corner (with full view of the podium), the International Pit Straight (with you guessed it, a view over into the pits), and the Becketts / Club Silverstone complex which offers fans a long view of the cars at different sections of the track.

There does seem to be a price increase in this year’s tickets, but this is unfortunately a trend that Silverstone seems to have adopted over the last few years as it pushes on with a construction work to improve the circuit. General Admission tickets will again be as popular as ever for the fans who just want to get through the gate an lap up the amazing atmosphere the weekend offers.

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