Organisers of this year’s British Grand Prix have commissioned a pair of extra grandstands be built ahead of this year’s event to cope with overwhelming fan demand for tickets.
A number of grandstands have already sold out for the July event, and ticket sales are already 10% up in comparison with the same time in the lead-up to last year’s race.
The new grandstands – which will cater for an additional 3,500 seats – will be constructed at the Luffied complex and the National Pits Straight. Seats at the former will be classed as part of the ‘Gold’ ticket category, while the latter falls into the ‘Silver’ category.
“We had fantastic crowds on all three days of last year’s British Grand Prix and interest in this year’s event has been even higher,” said Silverstone Circuits Ltd Managing Director, Richard Phillips.
In a bid to encourage more families to attend the event, the circuit has also launched a ‘four for the price of three’ ticket structure for its General Admission tickets.
To purchase your tickets, click here to visit the British Grand Prix’s official website.
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