The Silverstone Grand Prix 10K race is held each year on the Silverstone Race Circuit. This has more participants that any other 10k road race in the Midlands, with regularly more than 1,000 entrants. 2019 saw the 36th year of the Silverstone Grand Prix 10K race. Since 1984 the race has been the first race of the East Midlands Grand Prix (EMGP) series of 8 midweek races. The route is the former grand prix circuit (now known as the Bridge Circuit) starting on the main grid and finishing in the Pit Lane. The event is also open to wheelchair & handcycle competitors. Please view the Runnersworld Forum for other runners’ reviews.
Below are the top three aspects of the Silverstone Grand Prix 10K, as determined by athlete reviews.View full breakdown
Lots of fun to race the F1 track. Well organised and easy to get to with lots of parking right near the start. Would recommend this race.
Thoroughly enjoyable two laps of the race circuit, with massive PB potential. Support from the marshals was fantastic, especially the youngsters. Travelled nearly 3 hours for this, and it didn’t disappoint. Will be back to do it next year.
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