From M1 leave at junction 15A

Take the A43 towards Oxford and Banbury. Follow the A43 signposted to Brackley. As you approach the circuit a one way system will be in operation. Follow the signs marked “Officials”, do not follow any other route. On leaving the A43 signposted for Silverstone, you will enter the dual carriageway adjacent to the circuit. The carriageway is divided into 3 lanes, position yourself in the middle lane. You will go straight over the main entrance roundabout and then exit first left at the next roundabout into WEST 10 ENTRANCE and follow the campsite signs.

From M40 leave at junction 10

Take the A43 towards Northampton. At the second roundabout at Brackley, turn right (3rd exit off roundabout) onto the A422 signposted Buckingham. At this point ignore the signs for Silverstone. Follow the A422 road through Westbury for approximately 4 miles. Turn left into a lane signposted Stowe, Dadford, Silverstone and Stowe Landscape Gardens. At the crossroads with Stowe School turn left towards Dadford. Continue through Dadford village and after approximately 1.5 miles turn right into WEST 13 ENTRANCE.

Getting to the Circuit on a Grand Prix Weekend

Silverstone has much improved transport links from ten years ago, however, it’s important to organise your transport in advance:

Train - take the train to Northampton Station. From there you can take the shuttle bus to the circuit.

Shuttle Bus – a regular bus service runs between Northampton train station and the circuit over Grand Prix weekend. Megabus also operate a Sunday-only bus service from Milton Keynes station. Please be aware that you have to pay for both services.

Taxi - taxis can reach the circuit, however due to the redirections, you should aim to be dropped off in Silverstone village and walk to the circuit. It’s approximately a ten minute walk. Make sure your taxi driver knows the route, such as Whittlebury, to avoid getting stuck in the one-way system.

Driving - the circuit is located just off the A43 which can be easily reached from the M1 and M40 motorways. If you intend to drive, you need to choose between parking at a Campsite, parking with others, paying for the Silverstone car park or using the free Park & Ride service. Silverstone parking and Park & Ride must be pre-booked in advance.

Walking - if you are camping or staying close to the circuit, it’s probably close enough to walk.

Helicopter - avoid the queues and arrive in style as you fly directly into the center of Silverstone circuit.

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