F1 » Silverstone to offer 'unbelievable opportunity' for F1 fans

OFFICIAL: Two lucky fans to get chance to watch the F1 2010 British Grand Prix from the pit wall.

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Commodore S - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 12:29 PM

I will buy a couple of tickets if they throw in return airline tickets together with accomodation.

Sydney/Singapore/London return.

And I will need a rental car.

Bit far for a sleep though? No may as well stay at home.

Kenny Winnit - Unregistered

March 24, 2010 11:44 AM

But for the rest, it will still be way over-priced! My wife secretly bought me 2 tickets for my birthday in 2008, and told me to keep that weekend free and to take my suit with us. When she told me where we were going, I laughed and said pack sun tan cream & tee shirts, and thick jumpers and waterproofs. She was appalled when we got there, and said she should get in touch with trading standards as the stands were anything but "Grand", we had a restricted view, couldn't see a diamond vision screen, couldn't hear the commentary and had to queue for 20 minutes to use the loos - and these were supposed to be the best public seats. Last year, we had a holiday abroad instead for the same money.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

March 24, 2010 4:44 PM

I can't think of anything worse than attending the British Grand Prix, prize or no prize. Watching testing and prequalifying in the good old days was fine, loads of thin layers on and a massive flask, and a totally unobstructed view. The lottery of raceday just doesn't bear thinking about though. If I want to be in close, uncomfortable proximity to a load of smelly strangers with no real purpose I'll catch a tube, its cheaper AND I won't get rained on.

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