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2021 British Grand Prix Chauffeur Travel
Full speed, full capacity and Sprint at Silverstone
The 2021 F1 British Grand Prix will take place in front of a capacity crowd after the Formula 1 race was granted test event status. The GP falls a day before coronavirus restrictions are set to be lifted. The move means more than 140,000 spectators could watch the race on July 18.
It will also introduce the first ever Sprint race on Saturday July 17th. With the 2021 season bringing some of the hottest and closest action for years with Mercedes’ Sir Lewis Hamilton MBE fighting for a record-breaking 8th Championship against Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, Silverstone will be buzzing.
“Silverstone is obviously a special race for me and the support I have there is just incredible. I won the race in the wet in 2008, which was just the best feeling. I think the gap was around 60 seconds at the end, and I’d lapped everyone up to third place which was just unreal.
Grand Prix Case Study
Your Silverstone Chauffeur
For the past 3 years we have been providing a Silverstone chauffeur service for the Clients of a major F1 sponsor. This involves meeting up to 40 passengers, from various airports around the London area, and transporting them to their F1 paddock hospitality suites. iChauffeur provide an on site manager at Silverstone – to ensure each and every Client gets to their respective hospitality suite as well as ensuring all the Clients match with their personal British Grand Prix chauffeur at the end of the event. We provide 30 x Mercedes S-Class and 30 x Mercedes V-Class for this event annually.
F1 Chauffeur Travel
Award-winning luxury and style
Over the years we have been privileged to provide F1 chauffeur travel to F1 champions, drivers, team principals and sponsors for this great British sporting event. Our experienced British Grand Prix chauffeurs offer unparalleled service, style and discretion. The F1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone is the UK’s biggest and fastest sporting event. The circuit staged the first ever Formula One world championship event in 1950. The British home of motorsport in Towcester attracts many thousands to the historic race track.