20 – The Hours of LIVE coverage dedicated to the Silverstone Classic by Motors TV (Sky Channel 413, Virgin Media 545) from 9:00 on Saturday 26 July to 19:45 on Sunday 27 July, including all the races and behind-the-scenes news and footage.
21 – The number of races at the Silverstone Classic, all of which will appear LIVE or DELAYED-AS-LIVE on Motors TV. These include FIA Historic Formula One, Group C Series, Grand Prix Masters, Woodcote Trophy, Historic Aston Martin, Porsche and World Sportscar Masters.
1 – Legend in the commentary box as the icon that is Murray Walker joins Motors TV to commentate on the two FIA Historic Formula One races!
50,000 – The predicted number of spectators expected to enjoy the Silverstone Classic weekend, with many more watching on Motors TV.
1921 – The age of the oldest racing car set to compete, a stunning Bentley TT 3-litre driven by Richard and Andrew Frankel in the BRDC 500 race.
700 – The number of cars set to compete across the weekend.
900 – The number of drivers set to star in those 700 cars!
99 – The number of overseas drivers flying in specifically to race at the Silverstone Classic.
100 – The number of former Grand Prix racing cars set to compete. These include cars raced by World Champions Nelson Piquet, Nigel Mansell and James Hunt.
3 – Former Le Mans 24 Hour winners due to compete, Andy Wallace (1988, Jaguar XJR-9LM), Richard Attwood (1970, Porsche 917k) and Jackie Oliver (1969, Ford GT40). Other notable names include ex-GP racer Ian Ashley, F1 technical genius Adrian Newey, sportscar and touring car star Anthony Reid and historic racing legend Barrie ‘Whizzo’ Williams.
79 – The age of the oldest driver on the grid, David Stevenson in the Formula Junior race.
18 – The age of the youngest driver on the grid, Glyn Geddie, who will contest the Porsche race.
413 & 545 – The channel numbers (Sky 413, Virgin Media 545) that you need to remember to enjoy all of the above EXCLUSIVELY LIVE.
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