Silverstone has announced that the general admission race day tickets for this year's British Grand Prix have now sold out. The British track said the demand has been very high since it was confirmed that the race would stay at the Northamptonshire-based circuit. Three-day grandstand and individual day tickets for practice and qualifying on the Saturday are still available.
"British Grand Prix tickets have been selling well over the last few months, but we still have a long way to go to sell out in all areas," said Richard Phillips, Silverstone's managing director. "Fans have made the most of our early booking offers and the 'General Admission' tickets are always among the first to sell out. While they don't offer access to grandstands, fans enjoy being able to watch the action from different locations, on raised banks around the circuit.
"These tickets are extremely popular, and have sold out even faster than in previous years."