Silverstone chief open to prospect of hosting TWO Formula One races on British soil this season with doubts surrounding Japanese, Mexican and Brazilian Grand Prix after Australian event was cancelled due to Covid concerns

Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle has raised the possibility of a second Formula One race taking place on British soil later this year. ‘If we can help by having a race later in the season then we would be delighted to assist,’ said Pringle. Silverstone staged the first F1 world championship event, but both last year’s British and 70th Anniversary Grands Prix took place behind closed doors. ‘We are far from alone in being an events business which is not capable in surviving two full summer seasons without paying spectators, and for Silverstone that has to include the British Grand Prix because it is by far our biggest event.

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