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F1 British GP at Silverstone (Friday part 1)

On Friday the drivers and teams get rubber on the track with F1 practice 1 & 2, F2 Qualifying and GP3 qualifying. It’s also a great chance to wander around the track testing vantage points in all the grandstands and trackside.

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Sainz over line on Straight

Verstappen and Ericsson on International Straight

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Sky Sports F1 Show at Silverstone

F1 THURSDAY SKY SPORTS F1 SHOW F1 FRIDAY PART 1 F1 FRIDAY PART 2 RACE DAY SUNDAY PART 1 RACE DAY SUNDAY PART 2

On the Thursday evening of a British grand Prix weekend Sky Sports F1 records their F1 Show live from the track at 6pm. Watching live radio or television being produced is fascinating. So many people behind the cameras. So normal the talent in front of it. Easy to see why live professional TV production is so expensive, just look at the tackle and rowers keeping it afloat. As for the huge crowd, they were a good laugh egging-on the presenters and anyone driving, walking, cycling, jogging across the finish line at any time of the broadcast.

Natalie Pinkham & Jenson Button
Daniel Riccardo & Max Verstappen
Damon Hill and Rachel Brookes

Felipe Massa , Lance Stroll & a “buggered” Claire Williams [her words!]

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The F1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone

F1 THURSDAY SKY SPORTS F1 SHOW F1 FRIDAY PART 1 F1 FRIDAY PART 2 RACE DAY SUNDAY PART 1 RACE DAY SUNDAY PART 2

I have visited a few Formula 1 Grand Prix, but this was my first British GP and lasted five days.  What a spectacle of cars. What an audible experience. One hundred and forty thousand vocal fans pushing-on their driver at this old military airfield. This is the first selection from Thursday’s F2 practice sessions.

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Silverstone Circuit
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Field (before tents)
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Flags flying with Campers

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A Torrent of Calm


Tomorrow the entire UK will experience the sharpest one-day fall in stress and anxiety since the fall of the Berlin wall. News and social media updates will drop to their lowest levels as the country gets caught-up in the sweeping craze called voting. 97% of Scientists believe this highly expressive art form is woman made and is a biological reaction to the exposure of lies, shouting, question-with-no-answer, hesitation, deviation and repetition – yes repetition.

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