F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface

F1 British GP: Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company: Ahead of the tenth round in the F1 2022…

F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface
F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface

F1 British GP: Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company: Ahead of the tenth round in the F1 2022 season which will take place in Silverstone next week in the form of the British Grand Prix, a lawsuit has been filed against Aggregate Industries. They are responsible for the new track surface which was laid down in the year 2018 at the famous Silverstone circuit. Follow Formula 1 Updates and British Grand Prix Live on InsideSport.IN.

The seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, who races next week in his home race at Silverstone is not very happy with the new track surface. “The people they hired did the worst job ever. It’s the bumpiest track I’ve ever experienced.”

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F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface

“It’s bumpier than the Nordschleife, which is 100 years old. It’s rattling your freaking eyeballs out of your brain. Apart from that it’s fantastic but jeez, they need to hire someone better. I don’t know how you could do such a bad job in layering the track,” Hamilton added.

F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface
F1 British GP: Lewis Hamilton was not happy with the track surface of the Silverstone circuit.

The Aggregate Industries were paid a hefty amount of £2 million in 2018 to resurface the iconic Silverstone track. Meanwhile, the F1 weekends went smoothly but it was a bumpy ride for MotoGP last year in the month of August.

F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface

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The weekend didn’t go as planned as it was washed out due to a heavy downpour. Moreover, five riders endured crashes and Tito Rabat even broke his leg during the qualifying session.

With the occasion dropped, coordinators had to compensate fans, adding to additional misfortunes for Silverstone. Subsequent to losing its permit to have MotoGP in the fallout of the dropped 2018 end of the week, it allegedly lost £3.5 million.

Meanwhile, there have been no such issues starting around 2019 after Silverstone got Tarmac Trading Ltd to hand off the surface. Silverstone is suing for the expense of the lost MotoGP round, the second reemerging, and extra lost benefits, carrying the absolute near £8 million.

F1 British GP: Ahead of British GP, Silverstone organisers file £8 MILLION LAWSUIT against track layout company as drivers remain SUPER CRITICAL of bumpy surface

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