We’re still in countdown mode for the British Grand Prix, but it looks like our predictions be right on track when it comes to the June issue – when we named Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso as the ones to watch. A mere 15 days away, the 2011 Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix has lined up its signature players and team deals, and now it’s time for the spectators to enjoy.
An international pastime, most of the spectator packages are no longer available – meaning that die-hard fans who are still lured by the luxury race of it all snapped up signature specialties like the Silverstone Six for Sunday, July 10. To really experience the 2011 Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix in luxury, book a weekend at Silverstone Six, a quaint village between Maggotts Corner and Willington Straight. An ideal location to watch the race in prime view of the entire stadium, the facility isn’t just about the race but the entire experience.
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From start to finish the Silverstone Six will treat guests like full-time residents, with unwavering hospitability and treatment. At the Silverstone Six guests are offered seats at a garden terrace before, after and during the races to toast the winners, while the weekend package includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a constant flow of champagne. For groups up to 100, restaurants can be specially booked for your party.
The total package includes general admission, VIP ticket wallet, Silverstone Six Hospitality, car parking, standing terrace view, souvenir race program and Silverstone FM radio, food from Steven Saunders (fellow masterchef of Great Britain) and a staff to ensure every turn handles perfectly.