Will British GP be postponed or cancelled?

UPDATE The organizers of the British Grand Prix will come up with stronger safety measures while preparing for the race on Sunday. This comes as a result of today's explosions in the centre of London. Immediately, the operators in Silverstone reacted to the attacks on the capital and discussed measures with the police in a crisis meeting. A statement will be issued later today. Of course we are warned and will do everything that is possible for safety. However, there is no reason to panic," Silverstone spokesman John Hurton said. The Grand Prix is this weekend's largest event in Great Britain. The 11th race of the year has been sold out for weeks, around 100,000 spectators are expected at the track. F1Racing.net 07/07/05 London is in the middle of being bombed. Six subway stations and one bus have been blown up so far this morning. The whole subway network is shut down. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4659093.stm. Today is the opening of the G8 conference and tomorrow in the opening practice for the British GP at Silverstone.

An Islamist website has posted a statement – purportedly from al-Qaeda – claiming it was behind the attacks. London's police chief Sir Ian Blair said there had been "many casualties" but it was too early to put a figure to those killed or injured.

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