Silverstone Circuit has announced it has signed a new long-term deal with Formula 1, which will see it host the British Grand Prix until at least 2034.
Silverstone has a long association with Formula 1, having hosted the first World Championship Grand Prix, held in 1950. Its previous deal expired at the end of 2024, but organizers have been working for some time on a new contract. With the new ten-year extension, Silverstone will enter its ninth decade of association with F1.
“This long-term commitment reflects the importance of the British Grand Prix to Formula 1 and recognition of our ability to deliver a world-class experience for British fans who are among the most enthusiastic and informed in the world,” said Silverstone's chief executive. , Stuart Pringle.
“The support of our home teams, and particularly the British drivers on the grid, makes the atmosphere at Silverstone unique and I look forward to harnessing this passion for our sport and taking the event to the next level over the next decade,” he added.