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30th June 2013, 21:44 at 9:44 pm #238286
It was ridiculous driving by Canamasas. He must’ve seen Palmer behind him and then beside him going into the corner.
Shame for Palmer as well as he was pulling off some excellent overtakes.30th June 2013, 21:27 at 9:27 pm #237421
Anyone hear any team radio in this weekend’s races? I don’t recall any!27th March 2013, 15:45 at 3:45 pm #230553
According to IMDB, it doesn’t open in the UK until 18 October 2013.2nd December 2012, 20:44 at 8:44 pm #216234
Here’s a few of my images from the British Grand Prix:
Alonso enduring the wet conditions in Friday practice:
Whilst Paul Di Resta enjoys a drier FP3 on Saturday morning:
Heikki heading out of the garage during Q1:
Timo Glock brings out the red flags when he parks his car on the pit straight:
Webber is made aware of Hamilton’s lap time in qualifying:
Before the weather deteriorated later in the session:
Grosjean wanders back to his garage after spinning his car in Q2:
Kimi on his way to sixth on race day:
Webber celebrates his victory:
The fans show their appreciation for Hamilton’s efforts:
And a few GP2 pics:
A marshall points out to Teixeira that the final turn of the circuit is actually quite wet:
A pre-race bump of fists for James Calado in the GP2 Feature Race:6th June 2012, 9:19 at 9:19 am #194840
I went to my first GP at Silverstone last year – here are a few tips I think are essential:
– With a grandstand ticket, you can sit wherever you want on the Saturday – even right on the start/finish line. The key is to get to the circuit as early as possible. We got there last year at around 7.45am and managed to get a great spot overlooking the pit straight and first corner – although I think this year we’ll aim to get there even earlier.
– Buy a ticket lanyard (on eBay you can get them for about £2.99 including P&P). You have to show your ticket every time you enter a stand on the Saturday and Sunday so, rather than hunting through your wallet every time, it’s best just to have a lanyard around your neck you can quickly flash at the steward.
– Buy a cheap AM/FM radio. You have literally no chance of hearing the commentary through the PA system so buy a cheap AM/FM radio and tune into Silverstone radio at circuit to get commentary on each and every session. Also, as with all major sporting events, the mobile data networks become completely overloaded and slow to a snail’s pace so (unfortunately) you can’t rely on F1 Fanatic or Twitter for text updates!
– Bring clothing for every weather situation. We could’ve done with gloves and scarves during Friday practice last year but were fine in just a T-shirt on race day!
– Use the free park & ride service offered by the circuit. We found it to be excellent on the Saturday and Sunday morning – although I think it’s inevitable that there’s going to be long delays after the race on Sunday. You can park at the circuit for free on the Friday.