The British Grand Prix is the motorcycling racing which takes place in Britain. It started in 1977 and was held at the Silverstone Circuit, British mainland. It then moved on somewhere else for a brief period and now its again at Silverstone. The pulsating machines can be heard zooming across the laps.
Thousands of people cheering on fanatically as the machines zoom past. The atmosphere is almost electric with the thundering motorbikes racing past. Attend this year’s Grand Prix in July and cheer your favoured bike.
Mean Machines of the Grand Prix
Get a feel of the machines that are lined up for the Grand Prix this year. The wonderful, breathtaking view of Minardi 1 is quite a sight. The sound and its view attract the attention of all nearby residents.
Then there’s RB7, which is favoured by Lewis Hamilton. V6 Power Units came next. The decibel level of this machine has been kept very low. The cheering of the bystanders can be heard when it whizzed by. While some complained about the lack of noise, as the British Grand Prix is meaningless without the sound, but the majority liked the machine.
Now the audience too can live their passion. Some single seater machines have been put up to give a ride to the audience. The same machines have been designed to have safety measures to give the audience the same thrill of the Formula 1 race.
Ferrari, Aston Martin and some other cars have been designed to give the same feel to the bystanders, anxious to feel the passion of the racers. However, there are instructors who brief you on the handling of the machines. You will receive excellent hospitality and it will be a lifetime experience for you, which you will cherish for the rest of your life. So pack your bags and head off to experience some thrilling moments.