TWENTY-FOUR drivers will line up on the starting grid for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone - but less than half of them will have a realistic chance of winning the race at the fastest track on the Formula One calendar.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for Grand Prix
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- Good Ping
- Good Point
- Gothenburg Post (newspaper; Sweden)
- Government Publications (New Zealand)
- Graduation Project (various locations)
- Gram Panchayat
- Gram Positive
- Grand Prairie (Texas)
- Grand Prior (Award)
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At the latest Youth American Grand Prix finals in April, Joseph Gorak, 16, won an Honorary Grand Prix.
Mar 12: Bahrain Grand Prix (Bahrain) Mar 19: Malaysian Grand Prix (Sepang) Apr 2: Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne) Apr 23: San Marino Grand Prix (Imola) May 7: European Grand Prix (Nurburgring, Germany) May 14: Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona) May 28: Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo) Jun 11: British Grand Prix (Silverstone) Jun 25: Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal) Jul 2: United States Grand Prix (Indianapolis) Jul 16: French Grand Prix (Mangy-Cours) Jul 30: German Grand Prix (Hockenheim) Aug 6: Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring) Aug 27: Turkish Grand Prix (Istanbul) Sep 10: Italian Grand Prix (Monza) Oct 1: Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai) Oct 8: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) Oct 22: Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)
March 6 Australian Grand Prix March 20Malaysian Grand Prix April 3 Bahrain Grand Prix April 24 San Marino Grand Prix May 8 Spanish Grand Prix May 22 Monaco Grand Prix May 29 Grand Prix of Europe June 12 Canadian Grand Prix June 19 United States Grand Prix July 3 French Grand Prix July 10 British Grand Prix July 24 German Grand Prix July 31 Hungarian Grand Prix August 21 Turkish Grand Prix September 4 Italian Grand Prix September 11 Belgian Grand Prix September 25 Brazilian Grand Prix October 9 Japanese Grand Prix October 16 Chinese Grand Prix