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Silverstone makes changes to bring fans closer to the action

Silverstone is making a number of changes to the circuit for 2023 to improve the visitor experience. Fans will be able to sit a lot closer to the circuit at certain points. Article continues under ad Silverstone wants to improve fan experience The Wellington Straight at Silverstone will be fitted with new fencing for next year to improve safety and allow spectators to sit closer to the track. The new fences will be installed by Geobrugg and will be moved 15 metres forward. The company is also responsible for the barriers at the Miami circuit. "With the speed of the straight and the new safety aspects of Formula 1, it was the right time to move to the Geobrugg system. We want to make...
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