When do 2025 British Grand Prix tickets go on sale?


Tickets for the 2025 British Grand Prix are expected to go on sale within weeks. Here are the details we know on pricing, availability, as well as the best grandstands and areas to watch

Red Arrows over Silverstone at the British Grand Prix

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Tickets to the 2025 British Grand Prix are expected to go on sale towards the end of the summer, with next year’s Formula 1 race date at Silverstone already confirmed for Sunday July 6.

Grandstand tickets sold out for this year’s GP, and just a handful of general admission tickets remained at the start of the F1 race weekend, so fans will once again be encouraged to book early.

As in previous years, Silverstone is expected to operate tiered pricing. The cheapest tranche of tickets are offered first. When these sell out, prices go up for the next tranche and the process continues until all are sold.

Recently, amid a surge in F1’s fanbase, early tranches have been selling out within hours, so prices go up on the first day of public availability.

The official on-sale date is yet to be announced, but is likely to be similar to last year when tickets for the 2024 race were released over the course of September.

Members of the Silverstone Racing Club get priority access on the Silverstone website — 48 hours in advance for ‘Full circuit’ members and 24 hours before the on-sale date for ‘Grid’ members, although it isn’t currently possible to apply for membership.

All admission tickets allow access to the race weekend entertainment, including the main stage which hosts driver interviews, other racing personalities and a concert programme in the evenings.

For the 2024 race, children under 11 qualified for a 50% discount and those aged 2 or under were free, but still needed a ticket.


2025 British Grand Prix ticket release schedule

The first tickets available for this year’s British Grand Prix were camping spots, released in mid-September. Two days later, race ticket sales opened to Silverstone Racing club Members. A further two days on, campers were also given advance access to tickets.

Enclosure tickets then went on full public sale the following day; grandstand tickets were available a day later. Finally, general admission tickets could be bought the following week.

It’s not yet known whether on-sale dates will once again be spread across the course of almost two weeks, or if they will all be available at once.

2023 British Grand Prix

There’s plenty of places to watch the racing action at Silverstone

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2025 British Grand Prix ticket options: single day and weekend tickets for general admission and grandstands

In 2024, fans could choose tickets for a single day; for the three days of on-track action (Friday to Sunday) and a four-day option, beginning with Thursday’s programme including a live Sky F1 show on track and a Kings of Leon Concert, followed by practice, qualifying and the Grand Prix on the following three days, which also featured a full concert schedule.

The cheapest option for 2025 will again be general admission tickets. For this year’s race, these started — for early buyers — at £99 for a single day of the Friday practice sessions and concerts, rising to £199 just for Sunday. Three-day tickets (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) cost from £239 while four-day tickets (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday) began from £339.

To give some idea of how the variable pricing works, the final tranche of single day Friday tickets were on sale at £149 (a 50% increase) while the three-day tickets were £349 (46% more).

Three-day grandstand tickets started at £359 per person at Farm Curve, climbing to £609 for a view of the start/finish line on Hamilton Straight.

The grandstands at Becketts, Stowe, the Hamilton Straight, Club and Luffield offer some of the best views of the circuit and border many heavy braking zones — meaning that it’s likely you’ll see more wheel-to-wheel action than most. But as a result, tickets for these grandstands are often to quickest to sell out.

Bear in mind that most grandstand tickets only offer holders an allocated seat for Sunday’s Grand Prix. They have the ability to sit anywhere in most grandstands on Friday and Saturday.

Exclusive enclosures and VIP packages such as Club Silverstone, Garage Enclosure and Mahiki T1 are also available via the Silverstone website, and offer a guaranteed grandstand seat as well as indoor and outdoor lounge areas, talks from special guests including team principals and drivers as well as access to premium toilets.