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FAQS

COVID

Following the announcement of the Government’s delay to step four of the roadmap out of lockdown we are continuing to operate within the government regulations with reserved seating and social distancing in our grandstands. The Government has indicated that restrictions will be relaxed from 19 July and we will provide further updates when available.

This is currently not needed to attend an event at Silverstone. Temperature checks will be conducted at the Entrance Gates before entering the Venue. If you are feeling unwell or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms please do not attend the event.

Having the Track & Trace app on your phone will help us all to stay safe .

As we get closer to the events this Summer, If UK Government guidelines prevent Silverstone from hosting events with spectators, then ticket holders will be given the option to transfer their ticket to the following year or receive a full refund.

Yes, all Grandstands are socially distanced and there is a standing viewing area in front of Luffield Grandstand as well as along the National Pit Straight. However, social distancing will not be marked outside of Grandstands and spectators are expected to practice this themselves.   

To help protect you and other spectators and assist our staff and stewards on site, you must comply with the following Code Of Conduct in relation to COVID-19 management while attending The Event at the Venue. Please read the Code of Conduct.

The health and safety of fans, staff and teams visiting Silverstone remains our highest priority. We are working with the relevant authorities including Public Health England and the local agencies to ensure we put in place all the necessary policies and procedures to deliver COVID safe events.

Yes, face coverings are required whilst onsite at all times. Face coverings may be removed to consume food or drink but must otherwise be worn.  

Seats will be designated and non-transferrable. Some seats and rows of seats are blocked to allow social distancing between separate groups. 

Tickets

Yes, children aged 15 and under go free but will need a ticket for entry into the venue. Please ensure that you select the number of child tickets you require at the time of purchasing. One adult can accompany a maximum of four children.

We recommend checking the tickets you hold by logging into your account. 

Step 1) click here to open the log in page.  
Step 2) follow the handy guide and find your event booking.   

New for 2021. You will now receive an E-Ticket, which you may print or display on your phone to gain entry into the circuit.

Yes, you can redeem your Silverstone Gift Voucher at the checkout. If there is anything left to pay on the balance, you will need to pay with card to cover the total cost. Please note that if the voucher is more than the total of the event, the remainder of the voucher is lost.

We’re sorry, Silverstone is unable to offer refunds or exchanges for tickets unless the event is cancelled due to any circumstance for which Silverstone Circuits LTD is covered by its relevant insurance cover.

Children who are 15 years and under on the day of the event will be classed as a child and will need a ticket for entry into the venue.

Event Need to Know

Following the current Government Guidelines six is the limit of a group, however the maximum number of seats together in a Grandstand is four. 

Yes, seats are specifically designated according to your E-ticket and are non-transferrable. 

Yes, you can follow the race commentary on Radio Silverstone at 87.7FM. Our merchandise shops stock small, portable radios for you to tune into all of the on track action. 

You do not have to stay in your seat, there are standing areas to watch from, however you will not be able to move to a different seat.

Yes, as a socially distanced event the numbers will be restricted.

No, there will not be any giant screens, however commentary will be available over a Tannoy system as well as on Silverstone Radio (87.7FM).

No, there will be no Paddock access for those attending the event as a spectator.  
 

Please adhere to Government Guidelines with regards to mixing with other households. 

The circuit gates will open from 08:00 each day.

Food and drink outlets, a Silverstone merchandise outlet and toilet facilities. 

Getting Around the Event

At Silverstone we have a wide range of facilities and services available to you. Please visit our Accessibility section on the website. If you have further questions, please email us on [email protected] and we will be happy to help you with your query.

 

 

No, certain seats have been blocked off to separate spectators to adhere to social distancing regulations. 

Yes, ask the staff at the gate to stamp your hand as you leave the circuit. Re-entry to the site will only be permitted if the person has their hand stamped and is in possession of a valid ticket for the event. Please review the timetable to check the last re-entry times each day.

Silverstone has wheelchair accessible viewing areas open for the event. Our terraces at Luffield, Luffield Complex and Copse have allocated wheelchair bays with space for carers with fold up deckchairs.

Visit the Accessibility section for full details. 

On The Day

Yes, seats are specifically designated according to your E-ticket and are non-transferrable. 

Getting to the Circuit

Silverstone is well supported by many rail stations close by. The closest station is Wolverton – approximately 10 miles (16km) away from the circuit. Wolverton Station offers direct train services to London.

In the area and all under 13 miles (20km) away are Banbury, Milton Keynes and Northampton rail stations. Which have services from Euston and Birmingham New Street. 

Our Getting Here section can help you to plan your journey to the circuit. As the circuit and routes gets busy, please ensure that you leave plenty of time for your journey.

Parking

We do not allow overnight parking in our car parks. Our car parks will be closed overnight.

Yes, parking at Silverstone Circuit is free for this event. Our public parking is clearly signposted and our stewards will be on site to direct you.

Parking your motorbike is free and you will not need a permit for this event. Our public parking is clearly signposted and our stewards will be on site to direct you.

Yes, Silverstone has a number of accessible parking spaces for Blue Badge holders. 

Please visit our Accessibilty section on the website.

Car parks open up to half an hour before circuit gate opening times. Please note that this is subject to change.

Our Facilities

Yes, Silverstone shops sell a variety of merchandise during the event.
Alternatively, you can visit the online shop now

There are multiple cash machines located around the circuit. Charges for cash withdrawals may apply.

We accept most major credit and debit cards with the exception of American Express and Diners Club cards.

Security at the Circuit

Yes, as we have enhanced security measures in place, you may be searched upon entering the venue. You are limited to one rucksack per person with a maximum capacity of 20 litres.  

To help us ensure a smooth entry process, please

  •  Arrive early and leave plenty of time for searches
  • Do not leave your bag unattended at any time
  • Read our list of prohibited items 

For security reasons, we are unable to offer a luggage storage facility on site.

Yes, Silverstone Circuits Ltd has a zero tolerance policy to illegal substances. Drug enforcement laws are as applicable on site as anywhere else in the country – and the dealing in or use of illegal drugs is not condoned by Silverstone Circuits Ltd. Police officers and security guards will be on site throughout the event and will deal with drug offences in accordance with national guidelines. Neither anti-social nor illegal behaviour will be tolerated. 

Please note that you may be searched at the entrance. Any items which the organisers consider to be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be confiscated. Persons suspected of carrying out illegal and / or offensive activities onsite may be searched, you may be escorted off the site, and refused re-admission.

Only Registered Assistance Dogs with prior arrangement are admitted into the venue and car parks. To register please email [email protected] in advance of the event.

Yes, to ensure safety at the circuit for all our visitors throughout the event, the following items are prohibited at the venue:

  • Bags over 20 litre capacity

  • Glass bottles and glass containers

  • BBQs

  • Restricted and illegal substances

  • Offensive weapons

  • Items that are deemed dangerous, offensive or unsuitable

  • Drones or remote-controlled aircraft

  • Step ladders or any similar item which may obstruct another attendees' view

  • Lasers

  • Fireworks / pyrotechnics

  • Any items which might be subject to ambush marketing

  • Smoke canisters  

  • Tents and shelters  

  • Four-wheeled carry carts (doesn’t include those used to carry children, but must be empty at the gate

  • Powered scooters (excluding disability scooters) / hover boards  

  • Electric cycles  

  • Sun parasols

  • Excessive alcohol, although you will be permitted to bring a reasonable amount into the Venue for personal consumption.

     

  • No animals (excluding Assistance Dogs) will be admitted to the circuit or any car parks. All registered assistance dogs are welcome. However, before your arrival please email us on [email protected] so that the necessary arrangements can be made.

Yes, photographic equipment, mobile telephones and other private communication devices are permitted within the venue provided that they are for personal and private non commercial purposes.