• Charity Work

    Each year Silverstone donates event tickets to the value of approximately £20,000 to a wide range of charitable causes across the region. These are typically used to raise funds through a raffle or charity auction.

    Our charity policy allows us to focus our available resources on our most local charities (within a 10 mile radius) or those with a strong motorsport connection.

    If you would like to apply for event tickets to raise funds through a raffle or auction and you meet the criteria above, please fill in the charity enquiry form opposite.

    Due to the high volume of requests we receive unfortunately we are unable to respond to enquiries that do not meet the criteria above.

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  • Local Resident Information

    Thank you for your continued support of Silverstone Circuit, it’s very much appreciated. This web page will be updated throughout the year with useful information for you, including any noisy track days and traffic management plans for larger events.

    Circuit update

    In line with current government guidelines, Silverstone is closed to the public, all our race meetings are being run without spectators. The priority for the business is to ensure the welfare of any personnel at the venue, both customers and the Silverstone team, so please be assured that all activity is being conducted with the necessary enhanced health and safety measures mandated by government for the COVID-19 pandemic. Strict social distancing and hygiene measures are in place to deliver the safest possible activities.

    RESIDENTS PASS

    We will advise of plans for 2021 Residents’ Passes at the end of 2020/early 2021.

    THE SILVERSTONE EXPERIENCE

    The Silverstone Experience museum, a brand new visitor attraction, opened in Winter 2019, is currently closed following the Government’s announcement of a second lockdown.

    IMPORTANT LOCAL INFORMATION

    The following dates may produce noisy track activity:  

    Monday 23rd November 2020

    Wednesday 25th November 2020

     

    Our local community are important to us and therefore we strive to provide relevant information on the event and track activity that may be audible to our neighbours on certain days.  In our daily operational activity we monitor the level of noise generated to ensure that we operate within the limits set for the circuit but if you have any complaints regarding the noise please direct them to Julia Sawyer, Interim Head of Health & Safety on: 07769 553043.

     

    Circuit update for local residents – 3 November

    Following the recent Government announcement of a four-week England lockdown starting on Thursday 5th November, Silverstone has had to make a number of changes to its event schedules to comply with the regulations.

    Silverstone 500 (7/8 November)

    The final round of the British GT Championship will take place at Silverstone this weekend. The championship has been granted elite sport status, allowing it to be held behind closed doors with British F3 also running at this event. The test days on Thursday and Friday prior to this event will also be going ahead.

    750 Motor Club race meeting (14 November)

    The 750 Motor Club race meeting falls into the non-elite motorsport category, which has been suspended by four-wheel governing body, Motorsport UK. We are working with the Club to reschedule this event when lockdown is lifted and it is safe to do so. The pre-event test day will also be rescheduled to fit with the new race meeting date as and when this is confirmed.

    Run Silverstone (15 November)

    The organisers of this event are anticipating that Run Silverstone will not be able to go ahead on its scheduled date  and are awaiting guidance from the sport’s governing body, Run Britain.

    Test Days

    Exclusive and semi-exclusive test days, as well as filming days will be going ahead, in line with Government regulations and a robust COVID-19 policy.

    As always, the safety of those attending and delivering our events, as well as that of our local community, is our priority.

    Please check the residents page of the website for updates, we’ll post any time changes and noisy days information on this as well as posting on local villages’ social media groups. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your support and understanding.

  • Corporate responsibility

    Silverstone Circuit is the Home of British Motor Racing and, whilst totally committed to this status, we are equally dedicated to working with the local community and wider society, taking responsibility for the impact of our activities on customers, suppliers, employees and the community as well as the environment.

    CSR – Silverstone objectives

    • To make a positive contribution to the local community, maximising the benefits that the circuit brings and minimising any negative effects.
    • To expand on some of the successful education initiatives that Silverstone already has in place.
    • Maximise utilisation of our health initiatives to benefit the local community.
    • Use Silverstone’s brand, heritage and facilities to increase tourism to our region, working with partners from Northamptonshire and Aylesbury Vale.
    • Minimise the effect that the business and its’ activities has on the environment.