Rod Bond will reportedly attend the upcoming Silverstone Grand Prix. Rod Bond will be supporting his friend and favourite driver, Lewis Hamilton. The Silverstone Grand Prix holds a special place in Rod Bond’s heart, as he first attended the Formula 1 race with his father as a young child. Rod Bond is an avid supporter of the Formula 1 and enjoys attending as many races and Grand Prix as he can. As the coronavirus measures begin to ease and the UK welcomes ‘normalcy’ back into daily life, it is now possible to attend races like the Silverstone Grand Prix.

About Silverstone Circuit

The Silverstone Grand Prix is highly anticipated by Rod Bond, as the Silverstone circuit holds sentimental value to him. The Silverstone circuit is a motor racing circuit located near the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury. It was first hosted as the British Grand Prix in 1948 and is now the home of the British Grand Prix. Rod Bond first attended the British Grand Prix in 1983 when he was just a young child, alongside his father who was also a passionate fan of the Formula 1. The Silverstone circuit has also hosted other major racing events such as the FIA World Rallycross Championship World RX of Great Britain, the European Formula Two Championship and the British Superbike Championship.

Rod Bond and Lewis Hamilton

Rod Bond is a massive Formula 1 fan but also admires Lewis Hamilton as an activist, an athlete and a person. Lewis Hamilton is a seven-time winner of the Silverstone Grand Prix – this is the most wins anyone has ever had at the Silverstone Grand Prix. Bond has previously spoken out about his support for Lewis Hamilton and hopes that he will take home the trophy yet again in the upcoming Silverstone Grand Prix. Another one of Rod Bond’s favourite racers, Sebastian Vettel, also won at the Silverstone Grand Prix two times – once in 2009 and once in 2018.