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The nearest mainline stations are Milton Keynes and Northampton. Click here to visit the National Rail Enquiries website and plan your journey. There is no need to book, just turn up on the day and pay the driver.
There will be a Megabus running to the circuit over the weekend. Times for this will be published closer to the event.
Please check the Megabus website for more information. Taxis are readily available at all train stations. There will also be a taxi and private hire vehicle drop off and collection point on Brackley Road in Silverstone village.
We advise fans to book return taxis from Silverstone in advance. Silverstone has made significant investment with the MotoGP to improve the traffic management system for this weekend.
However, as with all large events there will be some delays when exiting car parks at peaks times. Why not avoid peak leaving times, by staying and enjoying the entertainment after the track action has finished?
Your tickets will be dispatched by courier and a signature will be required on receipt. If you are not present upon delivery details will be left for you to call and rearrange.
Please email despatch silverstone. Yes, a limited number of tickets will be available to purchase at the gates. We recommend booking your tickets early to benefit from the cheapest prices.
We accept most major credit and debit cards, with the exception of American Express and Diners Club cards.
Weekend camping will be available at Silverstone Woodlands for fans purchasing 3 day tickets, only. You can purchase camping together with your 3 day event tickets.
You will then be able to add camping to your original booking. Gates will open from 8am on Friday and Saturday morning and at 7am on Sunday.
We will add more methods of travel as they are confirmed, so keep an eye out for updates. Circuit Parking allows you to park in any of the general public parking areas surrounding the venue once here you will be directed by our marshals.
Please see the Getting Here section for circuit parking prices. Please note that this is subject to change. Public car parks will be closed overnight.
One free car parking pass is issued for every 4 camping tickets purchased. For example, bookings of 4 people or under will be eligible for one parking pass free of charge and bookings of 5 to 8 people will be eligible for 2 parking passes free of charge.
There are a number of disabled parking areas available please call for more information and to book. Yes, the charity Two Wheels for Life, will be operating a helmet and leather park in the main public bike parks.
Details of the opening hours and prices will follow soon. This will help enable African health workers to carry on riding motorcycles over tough rural terrain, reaching people in need of vital health care.
Photographic equipment, mobile telephones and other communications devices are permitted within the venue provided that they are used for personal and private non-commercial purposes.
We have a wide range of vendors around the circuit for all tastes. There are also a number of licensed bars serving beer and other refreshments.
Please kindly note that no glass bottles are allowed to be brought into the circuit at any time. You will be asked to leave any glass bottles at the gates if you do bring them.
As we have enhanced security measures in place, and you may be searched on entering the venue. We encourage all our visitor not to bring bags any bigger than one 20 litre rucksack per person to the event.
Please arrive early and leave plenty of time for searches and please do not leave your bag unattended at any time. Due to security measures in place we do not have a luggage storage facility on site.
We encourage all our visitors not to bring bags any bigger than one 20 litre rucksack per person to the event to help us keep queuing to a minimum. Please note that due to security measures in place we do not have a luggage storage facility on site.
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