Held at famous Silverstone Circuit, F1 British Grand Prix has special importance for Formula drivers. Winning in British GP is a dream come true for the drivers.

British Grand Prix

British Grand Prix, held at renowned Silverstone Circuit, is an annual race in the calendar of F1 Championship. In 1950, at the inception of Formula 1 World Championship, Silverstone held the very first round, won by Guiseppe Farina. Even today, winning at Silverstone is something of extraordinary pride for the drivers.


Laps 60
Circuit length 5.141 km (3.194 mi)
Race length 308.355 km (191.604 mi)
First held 1926
Most wins (drivers) Jim Clark (5), Alain Prost (5)
Most wins (constructors) Ferrari (15)
Lap record 1:18.739 - M Schumacher (2004)

Silverstone Circuit
Silverstone Circuit has been hosting the British Grand Prix every year since 1987. The circuit is built on the site of a World War II bomber base, RAF Silverstone. The three runways of the airfield lie within the outline of the present track. Since its inception the circuit is known for its fast and challenging tracks. In 1951, the pits were moved to the straight between Woodcote and Copse, and a short circuit was built within the larger circuit. The track was modified after 1994 to reduce speeds and ensure safety for the drivers. A racing school also exists at Silverstone Circuit.

Drivers Having Multiple Wins

Jim Clark 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967
Alain Prost 1983, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1993
Nigel Mansell 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992
Jack Brabham 1959, 1960, 1966
Niki Lauda 1976, 1982, 1984
Michael Schumacher 1998, 2002, 2004
Alberto Ascari 1952, 1953
José Froilán González 1951, 1954
Stirling Moss 1955, 1957
Jackie Stewart 1969, 1971
Emerson Fittipaldi 1972, 1975
Jacques Villeneuve 1996, 1997
David Coulthard 1999, 2000