Silverstone alternatives steer clear of bids for F1 British Grand Prix

• Ecclestone says two circuits have been in contact about hosting race
• Donington and Rockingham not interested in hosting British GP

The future of the British Grand Prix remains in doubt despite suggestions from Formula One’s chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone, that two circuits had been in contact regarding holding the race.

Silverstone’s owners, the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), were revealed on Thursday to be considering dropping the meeting after 2019 due to the cost. However alternatives are thin on the ground and several contenders have already ruled themselves out.

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