Ecclestone welcomes Silverstone deal
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is happy that the future of the British Grand Prix was secured after reaching a deal with Silverstone.
Hill feared for British GP future
BRDC president Damon Hill admitted he feared for the future of the British Grand Prix before a deal was completed to secure the race at Silverstone from next year.
Hamilton delighted by Silverstone deal
Former world champion Lewis Hamilton says he is delighted that the British Grand Prix will stay on at the Silverstone circuit.
Dennis: Car business good for McLaren
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has no doubts his company is doing the right thing in pursuing its road car ambitions - even though that decision proved a catalyst for Mercedes-Benz to switch its focus to Brawn.
Stefan GP still pushing for F1 entry
The Serbian-based Stefan Grand Prix team remains optimistic about its chances of gaining an entry to Formula 1, despite the final slot on the grid having been handed to Sauber.
Ecclestone: Renault considering four bids
Renault is considering bids from up to four parties interested in taking over the team, claims Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
Button glad Silverstone is staying in F1
World champion Jenson Button says he is glad Silverstone will stay on the Formula 1 calendar from next season.
Domenicali confident of better 2010
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali is optimistic that his team will enjoy better times both on and off the track next year, after its troubled 2009 campaign.
Brown praises Button's efforts
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has praised world champion Jenson Button's efforts this year - claiming his success makes him a 'brilliant' ambassador for sport.
Here is the pic of the existing F1 circuit at Silverstone.
Now the new circuit which is design for MotoGP race as Silverstone will start to host MotoGP race from next season is as follows
"The track will be slightly longer than the Grand Prix circuit, as it uses parts of the three main configurations at Silverstone – the Grand Prix circuit from the start-finish to Abbey corner, then turns right to go up part of the International layout in reverse, before joining the National Circuit's straight from a left-hand hairpin known as the Arrowhead. Having negotiated the straight, the bikes will rejoin the Grand Prix circuit at Brooklands." Courtesy to Wikipedia
So they are changing from Club to Brookland section of existing F1 circuit.