Red Arrows Thrill Silverstone F1 Crowd And South Northants
|Author: James Rudd||Published: 11th July 2010 13:27|
Red Arrow flies low overhead just before British F1 Grand Prix
The traditional festivities for the British Grand Prix 2010 at Silverstone always start with a fabulous display by the RAF Red Arrows just a few minutes before the British Grand Prix gets underway.
The weather was sunny, a few clouds, not grey and overcast like recent years. The display though familiar to many was breathtaking.
It is not only the F1 crowd that look forward to and enjoy the Red Arrows it is the whole of Towcester and South Northants.
The fly past started promptly at noon and lasted for 24 minutes. Only a few minutes before the sky had been full of Wagnerian helicopters.
More pictures later today, these snaps taken by the Editor of AboutMyArea/NN12. I hope you like them.
Diving down towards the ground picture looks like it was taken from the air.
Not well framed but passing each other at very high speed
Red Arrow red smoke
Red Arrows in formation as you would expect