MotoGP is all set to resume after the summer break – the action that we all have been missing. Riders and teams will compete once again this weekend at the British GP that will be held at the famous Silverstone circuit.

It will be the historic English circuit of Silverstone to host the first round after the summer break. The English track, with its 5.9 km, is the longest on the calendar. Built on the site of a former World War II military airfield, Silverstone hosted the World Championship from 1977 until 1986 and was reintroduced to the MotoGP calendar in 2010.

Circuit information

Country: United Kingdom
Name: Silverstone Circuit
Best lap: M. Márquez (Honda), 1’59.936 (177.0 km/h) – 2019
Circuit record: M. Márquez (Honda), 1’58.168 (179.7 km/h) – 2019
Top speed: Miller (Ducati), 339.6 km/h – 2021
Track length: 5,9 km
Race distance: 20 laps (118.0 km)
Corners: 18 (8 left, 10 right)

2021 Results

Podium: 1 – Quartararo (Yamaha), 2 – Rins (Suzuki), 3 – A. Espargaro (Aprilia)
Pole Position: P. Espargaro (Honda), 1’58.889 (178.6 km/h)
Fastest lap: Quartararo (Yamaha), 2:00.098 (176.8 km/h)