The Silverstone Classic 2013 will operate its Race Programme from both the National Paddock and the new International Paddock. The grids will operate independently, each paddock will have its own Assembly Area, and the race cars will proceed out onto the circuit directly from their respective Assembly area. Driver changes, team pit information, and tyre changes will take place in their respective pit lane. There will however be only one Start/Finish line for all races which will be in front of the new Silverstone Wing building.
A frequent bus service, restricted for use by drivers and their team members, will operate on a continuous basis between the two paddocks.
This year’s race programme is all set to be another record breaker following confirmation of an action-packed programme of 24 races spanning eight decades of glorious motor sport history.
Grid Organisers & Locations
Each paddock will operate independently with its own Race Control and Assembly Area. Entry to a race is via the organising association for that grid.
The Piper Heidsieck International Trophy
Info & Entry form for The Piper Heidsieck International Trophy for Classic GT Cars (Pre '66)
Qualifying on Friday 26th July
Race on Saturday 27th July