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How many Formula 1 circuits have held the British Grand Prix? The complete list

It has always been said that the Formula 1 It is an eminently sporting competition british. It may be that Ferrari is the team with the most victo


It has always been said that the Formula 1 It is an eminently sporting competition british. It may be that Ferrari is the team with the most victories and titles, or that drivers like Michael Schumacher, Juan Manuel Fangio, Sebastian Vettel or Alain Prost have achieved 28% of the World Championships. The country that has had the most relevance in the success of F1 has always been Britain.

The first Big prize of the contemporary era of the category occurred in British lands, specifically in Silverstoneand it is together with Italy the only country that has had an event in each and every one of the seasons.

But it has not always been GP at Silverstone, well there have been others circuits. It’s time to meet them all and their winners.

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How many Formula 1 circuits have held a Grand Prix in Great Britain?

Throughout those 71 editions of the British Grand Prix a total of three circuits have held the Formula 1 event. These tracks have been none other than Silverstone, Brands Hatch and Aintree.

Silverstone is the circuit that has brought together the world of Formula 1 on the most occasions with a total of 55 races at the old military airfield. In second position stands out Brands Hatch, which between 1964 and 1986 alternated with Silverstone to celebrate the event, holding 12 Grand Prix. Lastly, the Aintree layout, northeast of Liverpool, held five races in the 1950s and 1960s.

This is the record of each of the British circuits.

Circuit races played first victory last victory Pilot with more victories Team with the most wins Silverstone 55 Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo), 1950 Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), 2021 Lewis Hamilton, 8 Ferrari, 14
Brands Hatch 12 Jim Clark (Lotus), 1964 Nigel Mansell (Williams), 1986 Niki Lauda, ​​3 Lotus, 4
Aintree 5 Stirling Moss (Mercedes), 1955 Jim Clark, (Lotus), 1962 Stirling Moss, Tony Brooks, Jack Brabham, Wolfgang von Trips and Jim Clark with 1 Mercedes, Vanwall, Cooper, Ferrari and Lotus with 1