Silverstone Circuit Bridge


2020 was a big year at Silverstone Racetrack, with F1 celebrating its 70th anniversary. The iconic race track that hosts Formula One's British Grand Prix is undergoing a facelift including a new cross circuit bridge in preparation for re-opening. Passionate and ardent Motor Sport fans will get a crystal clear, bird's eye of view of all the action, thanks to the new cross-circuit footbridge which will connect the hotel at Silverstone to the Wing Conference Centre.

UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has announced agreements have been hammered out that will enable select international sporting events to take place in England amid COVID-19, stating the “British summer of sport is back on”. Dowden’s announcement on measures for sporting events in England mean that Silverstone, in the year of the 70th anniversary of the British Grand Prix, will be able to stage the fourth and fifth rounds of the revised 2020 Formula 1 season on August 2 and 9.


Rectangles, V Units, B Units;
21.5mm Low-Iron, Toughened, Heat Soak Tested, PVB Laminate
14mm Black Warm Edge Spacer (PSI 0.036)
10mm Vista Therm Elite 1.0, Toughened, Heat Soak Tested
Argon Gas Filled

T Units;
21.5mm Low Iron, Toughened, Heat Soak Tested, PVB Laminate
14mm Black Warm Edge Space (PSI 0.036)
13.5mm Low E, Toughened, Heat Soak Tested, Laminate
Argon Gas Filled.


Built on the site of a World War II Royal Air Force airfield, Silverstone is the internationally-renowned home of British Motor Racing and sits at the heart of Motorsport Valley - a region of the south Midlands and Oxfordshire that is the home to a cluster of globally successful motorsport teams.

Patrick Fitzgibbon, senior vice president, development, EMEA, said: "Silverstone held the very first British Grand Prix 70 years ago and has continually hosted the event since 1987, drawing hundreds of thousands of spectators and millions of viewers around the world each year".