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Silver - 3 nights

05 July 24 - 08 July 24

  • 3 nights at the Ibis Hotel
  • Excellent views
  • Casual food service, beer and wine
  • GPA personnel on-hand throughout
  • Saturday view Racing Green
  • Sunday view Racing Green
  • VIP hospitality
  • Giant screen TV's
  • Prices do not include flights

£2575 pp / $3735 pp

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Gold - 3 nights

05 July 24 - 08 July 24

  • 3 nights at the Ramada Hotel
  • Excellent views
  • Casual buffet dining
  • Bar of beer wine and soft drinks
  • Elevated balcony views
  • Saturday view Racing Green
  • Sunday view Racing Green
  • VIP hospitality
  • Giant screen TV's
  • Prices do not include flights

£2899 pp / $4205 pp

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Platinum - 4 nights

04 July 24 - 08 July 24

  • 3 nights at the Whittlebury Hall
  • Walking distance to circuit
  • Excellent views
  • Casual buffet dining,
  • Included beer wine and soft drinks
  • Elevated balcony views
  • Saturday at the Racing Green
  • Sunday at Racing Green
  • VIP hospitality
  • Giant screen TV's
  • Prices do not include flights

£4495 pp / $6520 pp

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Diamond - 4 nights

04 July 24 - 08 July 24

  • 4 nights at the Whittlebury Hall
  • Walking distance to the circuit
  • Dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Friday view at the Paddock Club
  • Saturday view Ignition Club
  • Sunday view Ignition Club
  • VIP hospitality
  • Gourmet buffet dining
  • Included champagne, beer & wine
  • Spectacular views
  • Prices do not include flights

£6995 pp / $10,145 pp

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F1 British Grand Prix VIP Hospitality Packages

The prestige and enjoyment experienced with one of our Silverstone Hospitality packages makes it a truly once in a lifetime experience. Whether you are visiting as part of a corporate hospitality package or enjoying the event as a first-time visitor we can guarantee that there is no better way of enjoying the thrill and the atmosphere of the event.

For fans of motorsports and business clients seeking to provide their guests with an exhilarating and memorable experience, the British F1 Grand Prix is a must-see event. The race, which is held yearly at the renowned Silverstone Circuit, draws tens of thousands of spectators from all over the globe.

Companies seeking to impress clients and provide employees with a special and exclusive experience should consider purchasing corporate hospitality and VIP packages for the British F1 Grand Prix. Packages for corporate hospitality give guests access to first-rate amenities like special viewing areas, fine food and drink, and attentive service.

VIP Packages for your Guest at the Formula One Britsh GP

The experience is elevated by VIP packages, which grant privileged entry to Formula 1 racing's inner sanctum. VIP visitors can socialise with the drivers and other team members and take a behind-the-scenes tour of the paddocks and pits where you can enjoy all the F1 cars going through their testing routines.

One of the most prestigious and thrilling sporting events on the calendar is the British F1 Grand Prix, and purchasing business hospitality or VIP packages is the ideal way to maximise this amazing experience. The British F1 Grand Prix is a must-attend event whether your goal is to amuse customers, reward staff, or simply enjoy a day out with friends and family.

Book Your British Grand Prix Travel Package

For a luxurious way to enjoy the thrill and excitement of the British F1 Grand Prix, reserve your corporate hospitality or VIP package today.

Do you offer transfers to reach the circuit?

Yes, we will provide transportation for all our guests to and from the Silverstone circuit.

Is attending the British Grand Prix worthwhile?

On the F1 schedule, the British Grand Prix is a mainstay. It has its due position in F1 history and is a must-do for any fan of the sport as it was the site of the inaugural Formula 1 World Championship race. The British Grand Prix and the Silverstone track can both be enjoyed in a variety of ways. So come and joins us by signing up for one of our VIP hospitality packages today!

What is the Silverstone circuit like, is it exciting?

Because Silverstone is the type of circuit where these F1 cars really come to life and utilise all that downforce through to the high-speed acceleration, it is very popular with drivers and spectators. Given its history, it is not surprising that Silverstone checks the high-speed option for F1 fans.

History of the British Grand Prix

The History of British Grand Prix goes back in 1926, when Robert Senechal and Louis Wagner won (as a team) in Delage 155B on the first British Grand Prix race, held in Brooklands. The races from 1987 onwards have been all held in Silverstone, which is under contract for holding the British Grand Prix races at least until 2026. Silverstone was originally opened as a World War Two airfield back in 1943, near the leafy village of the same name. Once the war had ended in 1945, Britain was left with a fair number of redundant airfields but without a major racetrack. Donington Park racetrack was still a military vehicle storage depot. Brooklands had been sold off, Crystal Palace was in a state of disrepair and Brands Hatch was still under-developed.

The Royal Automobile Club was interested in Silverstone as a potential site for a racetrack and approached the Air Ministry in 1948 and a lease was arranged. At this time the centre of Silverstone Circuit was a farm producing cereal crops and a piggery, so the RAC employed farmer James Wilson Brown to create the first Grand Prix circuit at the site and gave him just two months to build it.

On October 2nd, 1948, amid straw bales and ropes, Silverstone’s first event took place, the RAC Grand Prix. The crowds came in their thousands, thrilled to see the return of Grand Prix racing after so many years of war austerity.

The British GP in Modern Times

Recently the greatest numbers of wins have been held by Jim Clark from Scotland who died in Hockenheim in 1968 and the renowned French Driver Alain Prost, both totally 5 wins and closely followed by Nigel Mansell with 4 wins, until Lewis Hamilton was on the scene and has now overtaken them all to have a grand total of 8 wins, which may take some beating. The constructor with the most wins is the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari with a grand total of 17 victories. The fastest lap recorded at Silverstone was 1:27.369 by Lewis Hamilton in 2019.

Winners of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone over the last 14 years (since GPA have been organising trips to the Silverstone GP):

Silverstone GP 2024 Race Schedule

5th July Fri (Practice Laps)
6th July Sat (Qualifying Laps)
7th July Sun (Race - The Big Event!)

Circuit Information

Location: Silverstone, Northampton, United Kingdom
Race start time: 13:00
Lap record: 1:27.369 (L Hamilton 2019)
Number of laps: 52
First Grand Prix 1950
Circuit length 5.891 km
Race distance 306.198 km

British Grand Prix Hospitality Packages Now Available For 2024

GPA have been offering Silverstone F1 Grand Hospitality Packages to this great event since 2009. We have a loyal following of clients who use our services year after year, who have left some lovely words about how they enjoyed the trip away with us. Please go to our testimonial page for more reviews or join in on the discussion on our Facebook Page and let us know how the F1 season is progressing or any other news that you would like to share.

Please call us on 01382 480077 to discuss our events, your holiday plans and our spectacular F1 experiences that we offer or any other questions you may have, we would love to hear from you today.

Latest News - From The Grand Prix at Silverstone 2022

Carlos Sainz of Ferrari won the 2022 British Grand Prix, it was his first and only Grand Prix victory so far, here is to many more in the future.

The Spaniard maintained composure to fend off attacks from teammate Charles Leclerc and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton throughout the race, which was red flagged on lap one due to a significant accident involving Zhou Guanyu of Alfa Romeo heading into the first corner, it was chaotic start to the race and Guanyu had a nasty crash with his car rolling over and over, but luckily he was left generally unharmed with the Halo safety aspect of the car doing its job to save him from extreme injury (YouTube video of the incident). The Spaniard eventually claimed his first race victory.

Sergio Perez of Red Bull miraculously recovered from an early pit stop to take second place, with local favourite Lewis Hamilton rounding off the podium and setting the best lap of the race.

Max Verstappen, the leader of the world championship, struggled with his car after getting a puncture early on, finishing in P7, while Charles Leclerc, who had been leading the race until lap 43, was unable to hold on to his older set of hard tyres and slipped to finish in fourth place.

Six drivers did not complete the Silverstone race, while Fernando Alonso, Lando Norris, Mick Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel, and Kevin Magnussen rounded off the top 10 positions.