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Silverstone agrees new British GP deal

The British GP will remain at Silverstone until at least the 2024 season after Formula 1 confirmed a five-year contract extension to keep the race at the iconic circuit. The race's future was in doubt after the circuit activated a break clause in its agreement with F1 two years ago - and this weekend's grand prix was set to be the last unless a new arrangement could be found. But a new deal was finally confirmed on Wednesday. When's the British GP on Sky? Get ready for summertime at Silverstone: find out when and how to watch an unmissable British GP weekend. Britain staged the first F1 world championship race in 1950 at Silverstone, while the Northamptonshire track has been the permanent...
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