It was a disappointing European Grand Prix for British fans recently. Button never fulfilled the promise he showed in practice whilst Hamilton crashed out thanks to Pastor Maldonado. But the disappointment will hopefully be short lived as both drivers turn their attention to their ‘home’ Grand Prix in just under two weeks time.
The British Grand Prix at Silverstone is the oldest continuously staged Formula 1 Grand Prix (as well as the Italian) and so enjoys a certain level of prestige amongst racing fans and drivers alike. British Grand Prix hospitality at Silverstone is the ultimate experience for any racing fan. Guests will enjoy a truly exceptional hospitality experience as this historic track bursts into life.
Located within the recently built £30 million pit, paddock and conference facility, hospitality guests will be immersed with the sights and sounds of the British Grand Prix. This new facility affords superb views of the track as well as excellent facilities to entertain clients. Guests have the choice of purchasing Grandstand tickets with their hospitality package but may also view the racing from the terrace outside the Stowe Lakeside restaurant.
There are few events than can match the buzz and electricity of the British Grand Prix, making it a fantastic option for clients wishing to leave a lasting impression on their clients. There’s nothing quite like entertaining at Silverstone, with the roar of the cars passing Stowe Lakeside at 125mph and the thousands of fans cheering the drivers. There is plenty of face time with clients too, with guests enjoying use of the Stowe Lakeside facilities from 8.00 till 5.00 which provides ample time to develop those key relationships as well as enjoy all the sporting action.
This year’s hospitality package includes a full complimentary bar, opening from 10.30 till 4.30, so there’s plenty of time to hopefully toast a British winner! The breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea are also devised by Michelin starred chef Steven Saunders who is a Fellow Master Chef of Great Britain.
In other news we’ve been getting very excited at the prospect of a new London Formula 1 Grand Prix with plans announced last Thursday. Whilst still far from being reality (and others claiming the announcement to be a publicity stunt), it would certainly be an amazing event. The proposed 3.2 mile track includes sites such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and Piccadilly Circus along it which does certainly raise questions about disruption to the city. We will however see if the talk of a London Grand Prix fizzles out or does progress – here’s to hoping it does!