Logan Sargeant won the Silverstone Formula 2 feature race which began with a dramatic crash involving Dennis Hauger and Roy Nissany.
Arthur Leclerc won a closely-fought Formula 3 feature race, unable to break away from his pursuers as appearances by the Safety Car kept the pack together.
Alpine junior Jack Doohan won his first Formula 2 race, having started third for a wet Silverstone sprint race.
Jamie Chadwick won her home W Series round from pole, extending her title lead with a fourth consecutive victory.
Isack Hadjar has won the Formula 3 sprint race at Silverstone, having laid in wait until the penultimate lap to pass early leader Victor Martins.
Daniel Ricciardo attributed his best result since joining McLaren partly to the characteristics of the Silverstone circuit.
Guanyu Zhou bounced back from a tough Saturday at Silverstone by beating points leader Oscar Piastri to victory in the feature race.
A 140,000-strong capacity crowd for the British Grand Prix will be a relief to Silverstone, but how many more races this year can expect full attendance?
Richard Verschoor has taken his first Formula 2 win, leading every lap of the second Silverstone sprint race, while the Safety Car was kept busy again.
Alice Powell has taken her second home victory in W Series, after winning at Brands Hatch in 2019, and second win of this year’s title fight.
Robert Shwartzman has taken the first F2 win of the British Grand Prix weekend, leading all the way despite three Safety Car periods over the 21 laps.
Lewis Hamilton doubts the upgrade Mercedes has planned for the next round of the world championship will be enough to close the gap to Red Bull.
The British Grand Prix will be held before a full crowd of fans, Formula 1 has confirmed, following a dispensation from the national government.
Fans will be able to attend next month’s British Grand Prix despite the delay in the easing of lockdown restrictions which was announced today.
As Silverstone seeks full attendance at the British Grand Prix, race promoters in Hungary, the Netherlands, Italy, Russia, USA and Brazil have the same aim.
Formula 1 is not planning to replace the Spanish Grand Prix with a third race at Silverstone following concerns over a rise in Covid-19 cases in Catalunya, RaceFans understands.
Formula 1 is poised to confirm details of its plans to hold two races at Silverstone after the British government gave assurances the events can go ahead despite new quarantine rules.
Formula 1 is preparing to confirm the ‘European leg’ of its restructured 2020 calendar. But can it afford to wait any longer to decide if Britain can hold a race?
The British government will allow Formula 1’s planned races at Silverstone to go ahead in spite of the new quarantine arrangements which will come into force next month.
Silverstone says it has reached an agreement in principle with Formula 1 to hold two races behind closed doors this year.