This is your chance to win Grid Passes, one of the most exclusive prizes we have ever given away! On Friday 4 July it is Vintage Dress Friday! We would like you to come to the circuit dressed up in attire from the 40’s to the 80’s. 20 winners will be chosen by us and they will have access to the backstage area of the main stage for a drinks reception from 5pm. From these 20, five finalists will be chosen (one from each decade) to go through to the final judging for an overall winner. The winner will receive 2 Grid Passes for Race Day wearing their fancy dress!
To enter you must already have tickets for the event, take a photo in your 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s outfit and post it to Twitter or Instagram with #Silverstone50 tag from 18th June until 12pm on Friday 4th July. We will pick the winners and contact them by 3:30pm on Friday of the event to go onto final judging! While fans can still vote for the photos, votes will not count as we will be choosing the 20 winners to go onto final judging!
We have an action packed weekend ready for you! For an up to date timetable for the event visit the main website. First up on Thursday are the Pit Walks for fans with 3 day tickets only and the Sky F1 show, more info on that is available here not to mention the Kaiser Chiefs concert in the evening! For the rest of the weekend our 50th celebrations continue, fans with Centre North passes will be able to see a display of Grand Prix winning cars throughout the weekend with parades on track everyday (see timetable) . We hope you all have a fantastic weekend and look forward to seeing your #Silverstone50 photos over the weekend!
Take a look at our highlights from the past 50 years of the Grands Prix at Silverstone.
The beginning of Mansell Mania! Nigel won after a close race with team mate Nelson Piquet.read more
Jack Brabham won, but the star was Graham Hill who started last and came 2nd, he was 5s behind Bradham when he spun off.read more
The first round ever of the Drivers' World Championship. It was given the title of Grand Prix d'Europe.read more
Jackie Stewart won but he had a race long battle with Jochen Rindt, they swapped places at least once a lap until Stewart took the win.read more