Silverstone plan to halt Simply Cease Oil group as they deploy 12,000 ‘spies’ at this weekend’s British Grand Prix to cease protestors from sabotaging race
- Campaigners have been warned they are going to be risking their lives by protesting
- Silverstone chiefs have spies in place to thwart any Simply Oil protests on the observe
- In the meantime, the British GP is about to stay at Silverstone for a lot of the decade
Silverstone will deploy 12,000 ‘spies’ in an try to guard this weekend’s British Grand Prix from Just Stop Oil saboteurs.
The circuit’s managing director Stuart Pringle has warned campaigners they’re risking their lives in the event that they trespass on to the three.66-mile observe, as they did final yr.
He instructed Mail Sport: ‘It is one factor protesting at a flower present or cricket match, however fairly one other when automobiles are travelling at 200mph.
My message is obvious, ‘Do not danger your life’.
Silverstone are placing plans in place to forestall Simply Cease Oil from sabotaging the Grand Prix
‘There are 12,000 working personnel in all, and they are going to be briefed to be tremendous vigilant. I urge followers, in addition to employees, to behave as our eyes and ears.’
In the meantime, the British Grand Prix seems to be set to stay at Silverstone for many of, if not all, the last decade.
F1 boss Stefano Domenicali and the circuit’s homeowners, the British Racing Drivers’ Membership, are each dedicated to agreeing an extension.