FORMULA 1 ROLEX BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2019 12 - 14 JUL

Rolex British Grand Prix

Silverstone is another challenging track for the tyres, with the new surface laid last year not meeting with universal acclaim: some drivers described it as extremely bumpy. Here, aerodynamics play a more important role than mechanical grip, due to a high average speed. The circuit takes in a variety of very high-speed corners with some slower and more complex sections. There is always a risk of rain in Silverstone but when dry, temperatures can be quite high, meaning that a versatile compound choice is required for this track.

The Circuit

Rolex British Grand Prix
Number of laps 52
Circuit Length 5.891 Km
Race Distance 306.198 Km
Lap record 1:30.621 Lewis Hamilton - 2017

Circuit Data

5 Tyrestress 4 Downforce 5 Lateral 3 Asphaltabrasion 4 Asphaltgrip

TYRES

P Zero white Hard — C1

P Zero yellow Medium — C2

P Zero red Soft — C3