Silverstone warns it won't pay ‘any price’ to keep British GP

Silverstone managing director Stuart Pringle has warned Formula 1 officials the circuit will not pay “any price” to keep the British Grand Prix beyond the end of its existing contract in 2019.
Silverstone bosses triggered a break clause in its F1 deal last year that would come into force after the 2019 British Grand Prix in a bid to agree improved contract terms with the sport’s new management.
Stuart Pringle: “We’re going to build a hotel, we’ve got Silverstone Experience opening, and we have some additional short-stay luxury accommodation.”

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