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BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2009. EXPERIENCE IT LIVE ON THE FRIDAY 19 - SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2009*.

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FEW SPORTING OCCASIONS MATCH THE INTENSITY, GLAMOUR AND EXCITEMENT OF THE FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX. EXPERIENCE IT LIVE ON THE FRIDAY 19 - SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2009*. The 2008 Formula 1 seas…
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FEW SPORTING OCCASIONS MATCH THE INTENSITY, GLAMOUR AND EXCITEMENT OF THE FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX. EXPERIENCE IT LIVE ON THE FRIDAY 19 - SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2009*.

The 2008 Formula 1 season is proving to be an absolute classic when it comes to edge of your seat action, excitement and intensity and with new regulations, the 2009 F1 season promises even more drama. Following the 2008 British Grand Prix sell-out at Silverstone, you need to book even earlier to secure the best seats for 2009. Book early and you can enjoy up to 21% OFF 2009 British Grand Prix Tickets as part of our early booking discount for loyal fans. Strictly a limited number of tickets available - first come first served.

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#1
It was a fantastic race today at silverstone, next year will be your last chance to see f1 cars at silverstone for a while at least:thumbsup:
#2
Awful sport to spectate. Full of yuppies and middle class idiots.
#3
sparc
Awful sport to spectate. Full of yuppies and middle class idiots.


not really a surprise when the tickets cost so much! ;) been to Glasto recently?!
#4
Voted HOT for the saving.

Went to Silverstone several years ago now courtesy of winning a comp on the local radio.

Early train down on the Saturday, spent the evening and night in a local rock club, slept the night on the train station platform - early bus in on the Sunday, fantastic atmosphere, blagged loads of freebies, brilliant!

Two grandstand seats (Becketts I think) worth £150 each, couldn't be much better?

Except watching it live was such a disappointment, it's very loud (obviously), very fast (obviously) and all over in a couple of seconds as they wizz past and away - then you have to turn and watch it on the big screen until they come round again.

So in my opinion, worth it maybe's once for the experience but not for watching the race unless you carry a handheld telly and watch it on ITV (or BBC next year?) at the same time!

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]
#5
Voted Hot. You can't vote it cold just because you don't enjoy F1, Hotukdeals is about deals to save you money so this is a good deal for anyone who wants to go and see F1 at Silverstone (possibly the last time)
#6
Bubba Shaboo;2470178
Voted HOT for the saving.

Went to Silverstone several years ago now courtesy of winning a comp on the local radio.

Early train down on the Saturday, spent the evening and night in a local rock club, slept the night on the train station platform - early bus in on the Sunday, fantastic atmosphere, blagged loads of freebies, brilliant!

Two grandstand seats (Becketts I think) worth £150 each, couldn't be much better?

Except watching it live was such a disappointment, it's very loud (obviously), very fast (obviously) and all over in a couple of seconds as they wizz past and away - then you have to turn and watch it on the big screen until they come round again.

So in my opinion, worth it maybe's once for the experience but not for watching the race unless you carry a handheld telly and watch it on ITV (or BBC next year?) at the same time!

[COLOR=red]Bubba[/COLOR]



you can rent the kangroo tv's for the 3 days for £60...not cheap but excellent bit of kit....a

hate itv...ads...grrr

my bro gave me free ticket from renault he won for friday but he couldnt go....was good, took loads of pics and got in club silverstone enclosure free too as my older bro was in there.....also borrowed his monster and very expensive 100-400 canon L pro lens as I wasnt getting close enough shots with my pro 24-70 lens (which i suspected)....club silverstone is expensive (£300ish for the 3 days) but prob "worth" the extra as it was so much more relaxed in there against the hustle and bustle of outside

Fri is best as only busy, Sat is crowded and sunday is too crowded....sunday/race days is apparently pants!
banned 1 Like #7
Vega_04
Hotukdeals is about deals to save you money


It's a shame more people don't realise that.
I'm getting totally fed up with the amount of negative scores because;

[LIST]
* PS3 owners don't like anything 360
* Xbox360 owners don't like anything PS3
* Blu-ray owners don't like HD-DVD
* HD-DVD owners don't like Blu-ray
* People don't like Bogpockets (or Pixmania, or whoever)
* People don't like the film (or band, or game)
* etc., etc.
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1 Like #8
Pops_is_here
It's a shame more people don't realise that.
I'm getting totally fed up with the amount of negative scores because;

[LIST]
* PS3 owners don't like anything 360
* Xbox360 owners don't like anything PS3
* Blu-ray owners don't like HD-DVD
* HD-DVD owners don't like Blu-ray
* People don't like Bogpockets (or Pixmania, or whoever)
* People don't like the film (or band, or game)
* etc., etc.
[/LIST]


It does get frustrating thats for sure, its not a hard concept to understand though really is it? :whistling:
#9
Hear, hear, both of you.
#10
The tickets are quite a lot more expensive for the British GP than for a lot of the races in Europe. If you are thinking of a grandstand seat, check the prices for a race in Italy.

There is F1 testing at Monza for August 27-29th, which costs €25 a day, with under 11s free.
http://www.monzanet.it/eng/f1_test.aspx

http://www.monzanet.it/doc_aggiornati/gpf1%202008/eng.2008.3-na.pdf has the prices for the 2008 Italian GP. You can get a 3 day ticket with a grandstand seat on the entrance to Parabolica for €100.

The weather should still be great. The circuit oozes history and the crowd banter is good.
#11
sparc;2469958
Awful sport to spectate. Full of yuppies and middle class idiots.


yuppies - 1980's

middle class idiots - no didnt see any, but agree its way overpriced.....alot of money to stand in a field or on some scaffolding.....someone's laughing...people complain about football being expensive for tickets...football fans sit in luxury even in the worst stadiums
#12
RiKx;2470100
not really a surprise when the tickets cost so much! ;) been to Glasto recently?!


glastonbury = the most overrated event ever staged....the music if you call it that was just dreadul.....especially the amy "i am a druggie and cant sing" winehouse
#13
royals
glastonbury = the most overrated event ever staged....the music if you call it that was just dreadul.....especially the amy "i am a druggie and cant sing" winehouse


So I take it that you enjoved yourself then?
#14
royals
glastonbury = the most overrated event ever staged....the music if you call it that was just dreadul.....especially the amy "i am a druggie and cant sing" winehouse


Got to disagree, had some brilliant times there. In my eyes theres something there for everyone - no matter where your from or what your on, reach for the lasers safe as ****!
[Moderator]#15
I went to the F1 at Silverstone every year for about 13 years. The Mansell / Senna years were incedible.
But each year Silverstone got a more expensive & more corporate.
Eventually it worked out cheaper to go to the French Grand Prix than to go to Silverstone.
Looking forward to seeing what happens with Donnington Park

Anyway, voted hot becuase it a good saving on a three day pass.
#16
I mainly posted this because I know people buy tickets from other ticket sites who hike up the price and are a bunch of time wasters who don't get your tickets out to you on time/at all - eg any agencies with tellus.com (ie easy grand prix tickets uk and grandprix tickets)
Silverstone.co.uk is the only reputable place to buy tickets for the Grand Prix online in my opinion.
I have a terrible, expensive, bad experience with other sellers.
#17
Don't believe the lies about it being the last race at Silverstone... it'll still be there come 2010.
banned#18
badgerrules
It was a fantastic race today at silverstone, next year will be your last chance to see f1 cars at silverstone for a while at least:thumbsup:


Nah... Donnington won't be ready.... its a great circuit, but its not got any land, no proper transport connections other than the airport. It blocks the motorway for the smallest of events. Like in 2000 with Brands, Silverstone will be the only option.

I went down for qualifying and it was excellent :)
#19
It's my first post - I thought it was good if you like F1. If you don't - you don't have to even look any further do you!!
I advise anyone buying for Silverstone not to go to the other grand prix ticket sites run by tellus.com eg Grandprix tickets or easy GPT - they are laughable! If you think prices are high - look at their prices! And, I know from experience, they are a bunch of amatures who don't even get the tickets out on time!
Anyway, WELL DONE LEWIS!! #1
#20
Good thread / post mate. Keep em coming and don't worry about the numpties
#21
Voted hot by me. Haven't been in years, but got the urge to start going again now.
#22
royals;2470375
you can rent the kangroo tv's for the 3 days for £60...not cheap but excellent bit of kit....a

hate itv...ads...grrr

my bro gave me free ticket from renault he won for friday but he couldnt go....was good, took loads of pics and got in club silverstone enclosure free too as my older bro was in there.....also borrowed his monster and very expensive 100-400 canon L pro lens as I wasnt getting close enough shots with my pro 24-70 lens (which i suspected)....club silverstone is expensive (£300ish for the 3 days) but prob "worth" the extra as it was so much more relaxed in there against the hustle and bustle of outside

hi any chace of a copy of the pics you got for this year as i missed it :(

pm me if thats ok thanks

scooter



Fri is best as only busy, Sat is crowded and sunday is too crowded....sunday/race days is apparently pants!
#23
Me and my mate have been for the last two years but didnt buy tickets in time this year, gutted we werent there to see Lewis win :-(
If your a true F1 fan then you really owe it to yourself to go to Silverstone once in your life.
I'll definately be there next year just incase it is the last one.


Another vote for the kangroo tv, well worth the money :-D

well done Lewis the new rainmaster
[Moderator]#24
Anyone remember Prost at the 1993 Donnington European Grand Prix!
It was a good race(tho a bit wet)

Good post and good thread :thumbsup:
banned#25
bigflump
Anyone remember Prost at the 1993 Donnington European Grand Prix!
It was a good race(tho a bit wet)

Good post and good thread :thumbsup:

It was Senna. :roll:
#26
bigflump
Anyone remember Prost at the 1993 Donnington European Grand Prix!
It was a good race(tho a bit wet)

Good post and good thread :thumbsup:

yep remeber senna more tho for passing him and 2 others to take the lead at the end of lap one.
#27
Damon came 2nd :) good race
#28
bigflump
Anyone remember Prost at the 1993 Donnington European Grand Prix!
It was a good race(tho a bit wet)

Good post and good thread :thumbsup:
I don't remember what Prost did that day - anything special? Senna, on the other hand....

:giggle:
#29
Voted hot - thanks as I am a 'middle class yuppie' and proud. :thumbsup:
#30
Voted hot, just booked our tickets for next year, after having a brilliant weekend there!
we were lucky enough to get lewis's, buttons & barrichello's autographs.
also did the helicopter ride over the circuit, which was excellent, but over to quick.
can' t wait for next year!!!
#31
voted hot!
booked my tickets for next year.
got becketts corner, is that a good spot?
any advice when going there
banned#32
zincy
voted hot!
booked my tickets for next year.
got becketts corner, is that a good spot?
any advice when going there

Not a bad spot. In general I'd put the order as:

1) Start Finish (including first half of Copse, and the end of Luffield)
2) Stowe/Hanger
3) Everywhere else.

However, Becketts for me would be well up there at the top of group 3. You'll see that whole series of curves I believe, and certainly from the outfield it looks awesome.

I did a complete lap of silverstone (on foot!) around the perimeter on saturday.
#33
vibeone
Not a bad spot. In general I'd put the order as:

1) Start Finish (including first half of Copse, and the end of Luffield)
2) Stowe/Hanger
3) Everywhere else.

However, Becketts for me would be well up there at the top of group 3. You'll see that whole series of curves I believe, and certainly from the outfield it looks awesome.

I did a complete lap of silverstone (on foot!) around the perimeter on saturday.


it was either that or pitlane a but we went for becketts
are you allowed to walk around the circuit?

thanks for the info :)
#34
cb-uk;2470636
So I take it that you enjoved yourself then?

didnt go, watched a few mins here and there inc that amy w and sat there for 1 min shocked at how terrible she was....not my kind of music, prefer u2, trance, some mainstream stuff from people who can actually sing
#35
vibeone;2470807
Nah... Donnington won't be ready.... its a great circuit, but its not got any land, no proper transport connections other than the airport. It blocks the motorway for the smallest of events. Like in 2000 with Brands, Silverstone will be the only option.

I went down for qualifying and it was excellent :)


they held the renault world series for at least 2 years which is almost a comparable sized event 160000 over 2 days and it was fine...not much re: facilities though
#36
vibeone;2473445
Not a bad spot. In general I'd put the order as:

1) Start Finish (including first half of Copse, and the end of Luffield)
2) Stowe/Hanger
3) Everywhere else.

However, Becketts for me would be well up there at the top of group 3. You'll see that whole series of curves I believe, and certainly from the outfield it looks awesome.

I did a complete lap of silverstone (on foot!) around the perimeter on saturday.


i was in luffield and whilst it was good ok camera shots as they slowed down a bit, it was a bit boring because it was slow...then went into the club silverstone part which is near becketts ....much better but roof posts destroy the view.....really is about time they upgraded the stands to 21st century standards eg stands without posts blocking your view
banned#37
royals
they held the renault world series for at least 2 years which is almost a comparable sized event 160000 over 2 days and it was fine...not much re: facilities though

Did you actually get in then?

The second renault series brought the M1 to a complete standstill. We had the free tickets and couldn't get in.

MotoGP last time people were stuck in the car parks for 3 hours as they tried to keep the traffic moving.
banned#38
royals
i was in luffield and whilst it was good ok camera shots as they slowed down a bit, it was a bit boring because it was slow...then went into the club silverstone part which is near becketts ....much better but roof posts destroy the view.....really is about time they upgraded the stands to 21st century standards eg stands without posts blocking your view

We did a full lap of the circuit on foot, and Becketts and ckub were probably the best "public" areas (ie: not grandstand). The short straight just before bridge on the steep hill was also a good view. Equally all along hanger on the saturday during the GP2 race was cool.

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