Silverstone Circuit Weather - Towcester, GB

Friday, July 5th

PM Rain showers

Low: 53F (12C)

High: 65F (18C)

S 10-15MPH (16-24KPH)

Saturday, July 6th


Low: 48F (9C)

High: 63F (17C)

W 10-15MPH (16-24KPH)

Sunday, July 6th

PM Rain/Mist

Low: 51F


High: 63F (17C)

SW 10-15MPH (16-24KPH)

Towcester, GB
12:38 am, Jul 19
L: 61° H: 66°
Feels like 65.16 °F few clouds
Wind gusts: 3 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 5:06 am
Sunset: 9:13 pm
Humidity 77 %
Pressure1019 mb
Wind 3 m/s

Forecast Discussion & Updates


July 5th

FP1 Practice (12:30pm – 1:30pm) &  FP2 Practice (4pm – 5pm)

Afternoon showers. High around 65F (18C). Low around 53F (12C). South winds around 10-15 MPH (16-24 KPH). Chance of rain 90%. 

July 6th

FP3 (11:30am – 12:30am) & Qualifying (3pm – 4pm)

Rain. High around 63F (17C). Low around 48F (9C). West winds around 10-15 MPH (16-24 KPH).

July 7th

British Grand Prix (3pm)

PM Rain/Mist. High around 63F (17C). Low around 52F (11C). Southwest winds around 10-15 MPH (16-24 KPH). Chance of Rain 50%. 

Discussion: Various centers of low pressure will pass over the area in the coming days creating multiple rounds of heavy winds and rain most notably on Friday and Sunday. Check back as we update the forecast!

*All times above are local track times*

Updated at 5pm EST 7/5/24



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Silverstone Circuit is a motor racing circuit in England, near the Northamptonshire villages of Towcester, Silverstone and Whittlebury. It is the home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted as the 1948 British Grand Prix. The 1950 British Grand Prix at Silverstone was the first race in the newly created World Championship of Drivers. The race rotated between Silverstone, Aintree and Brands Hatch from 1955 to 1986, but settled permanently at the Silverstone track in 1987. The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series.

On 30 September 2004, British Racing Drivers’ Club president Jackie Stewart announced that the British Grand Prix would not be included on the 2005 provisional race calendar and, if it were, would probably not occur at Silverstone. However, on 9 December an agreement was reached with former Formula One rights holder Bernie Ecclestone ensuring that the track would host the British Grand Prix until 2009 after which Donington Park would become the new host. However, the Donington Park leaseholders, Donington Ventures Leisure, ran into severe financial problems and went into administration, resulting in the BRDC signing a 17-year deal with Ecclestone to hold the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

The escalating costs of the British Grand Prix led to the BRDC triggering a break clause in their contract, meaning that the 2019 British Grand Prix would be the last at the Silverstone Circuit. Although there was speculation of a street race in London, lengthy negotiations with Liberty Media led to a new agreement for Silverstone to continue to host the British Grand Prix for a further five years after 2019.

The Silverstone circuit is on the site of a Royal Air Force bomber station, RAF Silverstone, which was operational between 1943 and 1946. The station was the base for No. 17 Operational Training Unit. The airfield’s three runways, in classic WWII triangle format, lie within the outline of the present track.

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