Giuseppe Farina seen leading Alfa Romeo teammate Luigi Fagioli during the first ever Formula 1 race at Silverstone in on May 13, 1950. Reg Parnell rounded out an all-Alfa podium.
Jody Scheckter triggered a multi-car crash at the end of lap 1 of the 1973 British GP. Amazingly, only one driver - Andrea de Adamich - was injured with a broken ankle. In the foreground sits the wreckage of Roger Williamson's March 731-Ford.
Wet weather carnage
Multiple cars spun off at Club on Lap 56 in the rain bringing an early end to the 1975 British GP. Emerson Fittipaldi was declared the race winner.
Williams' first win
Clay Regazzoni (Williams FW07 Ford) gets Williams Grand Prix Engineering's maiden Grand Prix victory at the 1979 British GP.
Mansell closes in
Nigel Mansell seen closing in on teammate Nelson Piquet shortly before making a late pass for the lead that would result in a popular win at the 1987 British GP.
Mansell and Senna
Nigel Mansell gives Ayrton Senna a ride back to the pits after winning the 1991 British GP. Senna had ran out of fuel in the closing stages of the race.
The crowd floods the circuit to celebrate Nigel Mansell winning the 1992 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
(From left) Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill collide while battling for the lead of the 1995 British Grand Prix. Schumacher’s teammate Johnny Herbert would go on to win the race.
Winning in the pit
Michael Schumacher seen in the pits during the 1998 British GP. The German would win the Grand Prix in the pits as he came in to serve a penalty that had only been handed to him in the closing moments of the race.
LAT PhotographicSteve Etherington
Lunatic on track
A spectator ran onto the track during the 2003 British GP, bringing out the Safety Car. A marshal then tackled him and dragged him off the circuit.
Lewis Hamilton celebrates a dominant victory in the wet in front of his home crowd at the 2008 British GP.
LAT PhotographicGlenn Dunbar
Red Bull rivalry
Mark Webber forces Red Bull Racing teammate Sebastian Vettel wide at the start of the 2010 British GP. "Not bad for a number two driver," said Webber after taking the win.
LAT PhotographicCharles Coates
Left-rear tire failures, such as the one seen here on Sergio Perez, were the story of the day for the 2013 British GP. Fortunately, the punctures did not result in any high-speed crashes.