Silverstone's owner, the British Racing Drivers' Club (BRDC), is on the look out for investors to help it realise the full potential of the track amid its current redevelopment.
With the new pit and paddock complex due to be finished in the next few months, the BRDC is hoping to find backers to invest in further facilities at the venue.
As part of its efforts, PwC has been appointed to help secure investment for hotels, a Hall of Fame, driver academies, a technology park, a circuit circuit and off-road facilities.
Stuart Rolt, Chairman of the BRDC, said, "The commercial potential of Silverstone and the Estate is significant. With the new circuit, new Pit and Paddock complex and other existing key motor sport developments all funded, the time is right for the BRDC to consider potential investment from third parties who share our vision and can help us realise the full potential of Silverstone more rapidly.
"The redevelopment of Silverstone will be undertaken under the umbrella of the 'BRDC Members Charter'. This Charter requires that the race circuit is both protected and enhanced. Any developments around the venue and Estate will thus go hand-in-hand with further improvements to the circuit and motor sport facilities."