Home Tv & Show Bag a weekend break to the British F1 Grand Prix – with...

Bag a weekend break to the British F1 Grand Prix – with hotel & race tickets from £399 and £10 off for Sun readers

168
0


FORMULA 1 fans planning on making the pilgrimage to the legendary Silverstone circuit for the British Grand Prix next July can save loads of money on hotel and race tickets by booking ahead.

Packages for the biggest event in the UK’s motorsport calendar are currently on sale from £399 for two nights in a nearby hotel with daily transfers to Silverstone for two days of thrilling race action.

Race-goers can upgrade to the Luffield Grandstand for the best views of all the F1 action

If you click on a link in this story we will earn affiliate revenue.

General admission tickets to the track on both Qualifying and Race Day are included in the deal, so you’ll be able to watch drivers battle it out for Pole Position on Saturday, before returning on Sunday for the ultimate race.

Sun Travel readers can get an extra £10 off per person when they book the deal with tour company National Holidays, quoting ‘SUNC’ during booking.

For an even better view of the circuit, racegoers can choose to upgrade to the Luffield Grandstand from £195pp.

Brits booking the package will be staying just a stone’s throw from the home of British motorsport at the Grade II listed Bosworth Hall Hotel & Spa.


Stays include a breakfast buffet plus dinner on the first night at the hotel’s restaurant.

The hotel’s smart en-suite rooms feature all mod cons, including televisions and tea and coffee-making stations.

A great base surrounded by gardens and greenery, the hotel has its own pool, spa and gym, plus there’s a Courtyard Bar and Cocktail Bar if you fancy an evening tipple.

  • Book F1 packages from £399 with £10 off per person for Sun Travel readers here
Bag a Sun discount on the British F1 Grand Prix next July with hotel and ticket packages from £399

This article and featured products have been independently chosen by Sun journalists. It contains links which are ads, and if you click a link and buy a product we will earn revenue.

Previous articleLarry Elder slams Newsom on 'Fox & Friends' ahead of recall vote: Dems 'can't defend his record on anything'
Next article‘Significant milestone’: Tesco launch reusable packaging on 88 products – full store list

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here