Last Saturday we headed over to the iconic Silverstone for a fun-filled day of Caterham action!

Yep, with the season drawing ever nearer it was time for the official Caterham Graduates preseason track day and we captured the day LIVE bugging everyone by getting our cameras in everyone’s faces.

I say that, everyone received us with open arms and upon arrival were greeted with a steaming hot coffee and a truly warming hospitality area from PT Motorsport – HUGE thank you to Ian Payne and the team for allowing us use of their area.

It was needed though as in the morning the guys and girls battled torrential rain and high winds, but spirits couldn’t have been any higher despite the tricky conditions.

The bad weather didn’t last though and soon the sun came out (although it was still bitterly cold and only I could forget my gloves!!) and we got the cameras out to the trackside to see these cars come whipping by.

And WOW, do these cars fly!

All four Caterham Graduates Racing Club classes were out on track with the 150, 135, Sigmax, and Classics all powering down the National Circuit main straight at qualifying pace.

To view these cars up close was nothing short of a delight, but to interview the drivers, chat to the organisers, and get a general feel for what goes on in a Caterham Graduates Racing Club paddock was an absolute pleasure.

So, we wanted to show you some of the action with a gallery from the day and to remind you that we will be at Silverstone on the 21st and 22nd March for rounds one, two, and three all LIVE.

Enjoy the gallery…

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