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The 6 Hours of Silverstone, London Marathon and the Games Festival: These are the events you can’t miss in April

Don’t miss out on these events:

  • Tall Ships Regatta
  • 6 Hours of Silverstone
  • Red Bull Air Race
  • London Marathon

13 to 16 April 

Tall Ships Regatta
Cutty Sark Gardens, London

A trip to Greenwich is a great way to learn about our seafaring heritage – especially on Easter weekend, when more than 30 sailing ships set off for Quebec for the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation. Enjoy live music and a sail down the Thames – but be sure to hop off before they leave for Canada.

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14 to 16 April

6 Hours of Silverstone
Silverstone, Northamptonshire

If F1 can be described as the 100m of motorsport, then the World Endurance Championship is the marathon – a nine-round series in which blistering pace is balanced against chess-like strategies designed to eke the maximum out of available resources. The 2017 tour gets underway with the 6 Hours Of Silverstone, a 1,000km-plus endurance race where Porsche will kick off its title defence in the top 900hp-plus LMP1 category. So put the kettle on, open the crisps and settle in – the long haul begins here.


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16 to 17 April

Red Bull Air Race
San Diego, USA

Since it was officially launched, the Red Bull Air Race World Championship has become globally renowned as the fastest motorsport on the planet. 14 pilots, extreme side acts such as paragliding and wing suit shows, and no limits: Hosting for the first time since 2009, San Diego’s oceanside course promises beautiful weather and stunning vistas. 

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23 April   

London Marathon

Can’t stand the crowds in central London? The only way to beat them on this day is by putting on a number and running past them. The legendary 42km-plus London Marathon course takes in the city’s best sights, from the Old Royal Navy College and Tower Bridge to the London Eye, Big Ben and, at the end of it all, Buckingham Palace. If you prefer to spectate, get a prime spot early. The race starts from three points in Greenwich, Maze Hill and Blackheath at 10am.

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