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The program analyzes the past history of tickers to build profiles of the movements. EOD stock data, currencies and futures into every format. Advanced Get, Metastock, Hermes, Supercharts, Excel, ASCII, PRN, Omnitrader and hundreds more. Silverstone Circuit is a motor racing circuit in England located next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury.
Silverstone is the current home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948. The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series. On 30 September 2004 British Racing Drivers’ Club president Jackie Stewart announced that the British Grand Prix would not be included on the 2005 provisional race calendar and, if it were, would probably not occur at Silverstone. Silverstone is built on the site of a World War II Royal Air Force bomber station, RAF Silverstone, which opened in 1943. The airfield’s three runways, in classic WWII triangle format, lie within the outline of the present track. Silverstone was first used for motorsport by an ‘ad hoc’ group of friends who set up an impromptu race in September 1947.
One of their members, Maurice Geoghegan, lived in nearby Silverstone village and was aware that the airfield was deserted. He and eleven other drivers raced over a two-mile circuit, during the course of which Geoghegan himself ran over a sheep that had wandered onto the airfield. The next year the Royal Automobile Club took a lease on the airfield and set out a more formal racing circuit. Their first two races were held on the runways themselves, with long straights separated by tight hairpin corners, the track demarcated by hay bales. Following the deaths of Senna and fellow Grand Prix driver Roland Ratzenberger at Imola in 1994, many Grand Prix circuits were modified in order to reduce speed and increase driver safety. After a new pit building, the Silverstone Wing was completed in time for the 2011 British Grand Prix. The start of the track was relocated to between Club Corner and Abbey Corner.
The fastest ever lap of the current circuit configuration was 1:25. 892 recorded in qualifying for the 2018 British Grand Prix by Lewis Hamilton, while the official race lap record is 1:30. With the termination of hostilities in Europe in 1945, the first motorsport event in the British Isles was held at Gransden Lodge in 1946 and the next on the Isle of Man, but there was nowhere permanent on the mainland which was suitable. Wilfred Andrews, set its mind upon running a Grand Prix and started to cast around public roads on the mainland. Snitterfield near Stratford-upon-Avon and one behind the village of Silverstone. In August 1948, Andrews employed James Brown on a three-month contact to create the Grand Prix circuit in less than two months.