With a crowd of more than 340,000 spectators and more than 125,000 vehicles heading to the Formula 1 British Grand Prix this weekend, Highways England has come up with a winning formula to ease drivers’ journeys.
A one-way system will be introduced on the main A43 and extra traffic officers will be patrolling the area over the three days of the Grand Prix to cope with the huge numbers heading to the Silverstone circuit.
Bloodhound LSR and the Bloodhound team will be going to Hakskeen Pan in South Africa in October for high speed testing.
The plans were confirmed by Bloodhound LSR CEO Ian Warhurst, “This world land speed record campaign is unlike any other, with the opportunities opened up by digital technology that enabled the team to test the car’s design using computational fluid dynamics and that will allow us to gather and share data about the car’s performance in real time.”
Sun glare accounted for over 2000 accidents in the latest Government Road Casualties statistics.
But everything from heatstroke to sunburn or a lack of water can increase the risk of a drowsy driver, leading to increased risk of an accident, and you must be prepared for conditions, says insurethebox.
Brits see red most often when other drivers use mobile phones, tailgate or do not indicate before turning.
Those are the most irritating points, 1900 drivers told insuretheGAP.