Save on Silverstone Classic Tickets

Thursday 25 March 2021

The Silverstone Classic returns this summer (30 July – 1 August) for a special 30th anniversary celebration. This year’s three-day event celebrates its own 30th birthday with its biggest and best-ever line-up of retro races, while lifting spirits with a packed programme of family entertainment.

Until the end of March, adult general admission tickets start from £39 with the price of a three-day weekend ticket just £105. Free admission is offered to accompanied children aged 10 and under, while day tickets for those aged between 11 and 15 are priced from just £6.

From 1 April revised pricing will apply but for the early bookers securing tickets before 31 March, savings of up to 18 per cent available.

As ever, all tickets will give access to both racing paddocks, open trackside grandstand seating, live music concerts on Friday and Saturday evenings and much of the family entertainment on offer including funfair rides, driving experiences and stunt shows.

Ticket buyers can also book with confidence, with tickets carrying a COVID-19 booking guarantee which means that if a change in current Government guidelines prevents spectators attending, all ticket buyers will have the option to either transfer their ticket to the following year or receive a full refund.

While the off-track family fun will keep all ages amused, at the heart of ‘The Classic’s the unrivalled schedule of races featuring legendary machines from motorsport’s golden eras. And this year’s programme is the best ever.

The eye-catching ‘Greatest Hits’ race line-up originally announced to celebrate The Classic’s landmark 30th anniversary in 2020 has all been rolled over into 2021. Adding further spice, stunning grids to mark the 60th birthdays of two British design icons – the E-type Jaguar and Mini Cooper – have been added to the bill.

With many of the star-studded races attracting more than 50 entries, the action features historic cars from across the last 100 years of motorsport racing wheel-to-wheel, including Formula One, Formula Two, GT, Sports and Touring Cars.

“When we were forced to postpone our 30th birthday party last summer, we vowed to offer visitors an even bigger and better celebration in 2021 – we have certainly achieved that,” said a delighted Nick Wigley, CEO of The Classic promoter Goose Live Events. “With so much included in the ticket price, visitors have always praised The Classic for offering great value for money. And if you buy before the end of March, you’ll be taking advantage of the very best available prices.”

Full details of tickets for The Classic 2021 at Silverstone can be found at: