This weekend sees the 70th anniversary of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. The former WWII RAF airbase has changed much since 1948, gone are the straw bales and oil drums marking out the track but it is still seen a stiff test for both car and driver being one of the fastest circuits on the F1 calendar. This year Lewis Hamilton has the chance to make more history with 5 victories in a row.
For me the British Grand Prix conjures up images of Ayrton Senna cadging a lift back to the pits on the side of Nigel Mansell’s ‘Red 5’ Williams. What are your favourite memories, the epic mud or Mark Webber’s 2012 Red Bull victory radio message – ‘Not bad for a No.2 driver’.