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British Grand Prix Coach Trips in 2014
Book the best coach trips to the British Grand Prix in 2014 and get brilliant coach package offers that cover the 3 days of motor racing at Silverstone. The British Grand Prix is taking place at Silverstone between Friday 4th - Sunday 6th July 2014 and coach holidays are available with departure points around the UK. The premier motor racing event of the year is an adrenaline packed sporting event with an intense and exciting atmosphere on race day. Home favourites Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to win the race for the legions of fans who pack the Silverstone circuit to cheer them on. Will Red Bull be as strong in 2013? We have some excellent value coach trips to the Grand Prix which include transfer to the circuit and entry tickets for Saturday and Sunday. This iconic sporting event attracts thousands of motor racing fans and travelling by coach is a great way to go with no worries about driving and parking. Selected packages to the 2014 British Grand Prix are displayed below - these coach trips are available from departure points local to you or you can use the search facility to the left. Tip: Book your coach packages to the British Grand Prix early as they sell out fast!
Silverstone Circuit Address: Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8TN
British Grand Prix - 2 Days
Departures across the UK for 2 days.
Six tyre failures, two safety cars... Silverstone 2013 was another hectic battle that saw Mercedes' Nico Rosberg take the win while Alonso fought from ninth to third and Championship leader Sebastian Vettel retired from the race entirely. The 2014 British Grand Prix promises to be every bit as exciting, so don't miss your chance to get right up close to the action!
British Grand Prix - 3 Days
Departures across the UK for 3 days.
The Silverstone 2013 was certainly 'busy'. Six tyre failures and two safety cars saw the field shuffle and reshuffle, Sebastian Vettel retire completely and Alonso and Hamilton battle back through the pack. But it was Mercedes' Nico Rosberg who came out on top. Can he repeat the feat again? Join us, at the 2014 British Grand Prix, to find out.