Before British Grand Prix F1 managers will discuss demonstration run on London streets

Later this summer Formula One vehicles could find themselves in the streets of London right after the sport’s new owners held negotiations with Westminster City Council as for a probable demonstration run ahead of the upcoming British Grand Prix.

Certainly, Press Association Sport realizes the proposed event that could see the UK’s triple world champion Lewis Hamilton rush past such sights as Trafalgar Square, Big Ben as well as the Houses of Parliament. Provisionally, the event would take place up to four days and then the Silverstone race will burst out on July 12.

The given demonstration would turn to be the first of its kind in London for more than ten years. Perhaps, it’s going to renew hope that a F1 race could be hosted in the UK’s capital.

The previous month a fresh law was passed, enabling motorsports to start their performance on public roads across the United Kingom for the first time.

As a Westminster City Council spokesperson revealed officers from the Greater London Authority as well as Westminster City Council have already met with event managers and discussed a potential showcase event in central London, and not a race. Currently, discussions are at an initial stage, and further details aren’t available yet.