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Silverstone makes changes to bring fans closer to F1 action

Article To news overview © XPBimages Silverstone will be making some key modifications to its spectator areas to bring fans closer to the action for the British Grand Prix. The race has already sold out the majority of its tickets for the Sunday next year, with a few remaining set to be released closer to the race. The spectator fan zone at the high-speed Wellington Straight will be moved 15m closer to the track, with a total of 248m being brought forward to enable fans to see the cars power down the straight into Brooklands and Luffield. These developments have been made possible due to the use of the unique debris fences developed by Swiss company Geobrugg. Lee Howkins, Circuit Manager...
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