Check out the teams in their garages and across the paddock as they set up for the weekend ahead and ensure that their cars pass all the scrutineering tests to get on track.
- Watch the first teams test their cars
- View the teams as they prepare
- Watch teams pass the brake, tilt and noise tests
- Soak up the atmosphere of the competition
- FS-AI teams undertake the autonomous Acceleration event on the main straight
The dynamic events begin: from the figure-of-8 Skidpad and fast-paced Acceleration in the morning to the 1km Sprint course in the afternoon, check out how this year's grid of cars and drivers perform on track!
- Skidpad event
- Acceleration event
- 1km Sprint event
- On-track testing
- FS-AI Skidpad and Drive events
The culmination of a year's hard work ends in the gruelling Endurance event: which teams will make it to the end of the course and in the fastest time? The ultimate test of drivers and their machines!
- Endurance Event
- On-track testing
Each team goes through a rigorous testing process.
- Design, Cost and Sustainability, and Business Presentation Judging
- Technical and Safety Scrutineering
- Tilt Test
- Brake and Noise Test
- Skid Pad (Figure of 8)
- Fuel Economy
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Home to the British Grand Prix plus numerous other automobile and cycling events, Silverstone is conveniently situated right in the heart of the UK, approximately 90 minutes north of central London and 60 minutes south of Birmingham. Road access is exceptionally easy along the A43 dual carriageway from either the M40 or M1.
By public transport the nearest stations are Northampton, Banbury or Milton Keynes all of which offer fast connections to destinations throughout the country.
See Silverstone on a map and get directions.