Warning issued to ‘deter potential protestors’ ahead of British Grand Prix in Northants

7/1/2022 12:29:00 PM

The warning follows intelligence that individuals may attempt to access the track

The warning follows intelligence that individuals may attempt to access the track.

The warning follows intelligence that individuals may attempt to access the track

“First of all, I want to appeal directly to this group of people and strongly urge you to not put yourselves, the drivers, as well as the many marshals, volunteers and members of the public, at risk.“Going onto a live racetrack is extremely dangerous – if you go ahead with this reckless plan you are jeopardising lives.

“Protesting is of course everyone’s human right in this country and we are more than happy to speak with you to help you facilitate a peaceful protest at the circuit, we just please ask that you do not create a situation that puts lives in danger.”READ MORE: Temporary one-way system to be introduced on A43 in Northamptonshire as 400,000 F1 fans set to descend onto Silverstone

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Mr Dalliard.....the word...is go... Let them on the track during the race and let Darwinism take it's course. The police will throw resources at this event but you can't get one to turn up if you've been burgled. The responsibility should be with the organisers to hire private security. Let's be honest there is no shortage of money in F1.

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Police have received intelligence about potential protestors ahead of the British Grand Prix.Jonathan Park/BBC Image caption, The British Grand Prix at Silverstone is one of the UK biggest sporting events and last year had 350,000 spectators About 400,000 people are heading to the Silverstone Circuit for the British Grand Prix.Footage emerged this week in the Brazilian press of Piquet calling Hamilton a racist name.Michael Schumacher to pole position by just 0.

“First of all, I want to appeal directly to this group of people and strongly urge you to not put yourselves, the drivers, as well as the many marshals, volunteers and members of the public, at risk. “Going onto a live racetrack is extremely dangerous – if you go ahead with this reckless plan you are jeopardising lives. Organisers say there has been unprecedented demand this year. “Protesting is of course everyone’s human right in this country and we are more than happy to speak with you to help you facilitate a peaceful protest at the circuit, we just please ask that you do not create a situation that puts lives in danger.youtube.” READ MORE: Temporary one-way system to be introduced on A43 in Northamptonshire as 400,000 F1 fans set to descend onto Silverstone The force says extra resources will be in place throughout the race weekend should anyone ignore these warnings and try to disrupt the event. 'Silverstone produces fantastic races' Image source, Jonathan Park/BBC Image caption, Silverstone Circuit managing director Stuart Pringle says there is music, entertainment and attraction to compliment the racing Stuart Pringle, the circuit's managing director, says because people buy their tickets early they have not been affected by the cost of living. Chief inspector Thompson added: “We are very experienced in the policing of this event having done so over a number of years but let me make this clear - this doesn’t make us complacent. Hill claimed the victory to cut the gap to Schumacher in the world championship, while the German was disqualified and later banned for two races for ignoring the black flags.

The security measures we have put in place are as stringent as ever and anyone thinking of taking advantage of the race weekend to commit a crime will be caught. But he adds rising inflation and the squeeze on people's incomes "remains a concern for next year". “Finally, I would just appeal to members of the public to be extra vigilant and to make us aware of anything you see during the race weekend that doesn’t look right. We would rather get a well-meaning report that turns out to be nothing, than not receive one at all. "The on-track entertainment at Silverstone is always second to none, this funny old World War Two airfield actually produces fantastic races. “If you see or suspect anything suspicious, please report it to a member of the police or security.” Protestors wishing to speak to the team working on Formula 1 can call Northamptonshire Police on 101 using Op Pitlane as the reference. 'I absolutely love it' Image source, Jonathan Park/BBC Image caption, Formula 1 fans Demi and Joe Belt are hoping for a British winner of the Grand Prix Demi and Joe Belt arrived on Wednesday from Bradford for the British Grand Prix. It marked Herbert’s only podium finish at the British Grand Prix.

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