This circuit is an incredibly popular motor racing venue in England next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury. Currently, Silverstone is the current home of the British Grand Prix, which was first hosted here in 1948. The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series. Silverstone is built on the site of a World War II Royal Air Force bomber station, RAF Silverstone, which was opened in 1943. The airfields three runways, in the traditional WWII triangle format, lie within the outline of the present track. In some ways, this track layout can be compared to Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Elvington Airfield and Blyton Park  as these are all old airfields that have been gradually adapted over the years to create excellent facilities for Supercars and truck driving experiences. Much like Rockingham Motor Speedway, Silverstone is a high speed track with long straight and quick curves, which can prove to be challenging, yet enjoyable for any driver.