MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

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MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

Continue reading on Medium

MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

Continue reading on Medium