The following has been communicated to us by the team at the Silverstone Classic where a number of us were supposed to be this weekend...Coming up this weekend is our Online 30th Anniversary Party. We hope you'll join us!We're delighted that Tiff Needell and Louise Goodman are hosting this weekend's special Silverstone Classic Online 30th Anniversary Party. In recent years they've teamed up to front ITV4's coverage of the Classic so it's brilliant to have their support this weekend.We'll be releasing a series of programmes on our YouTube channel (click here) over the weekend with the first being available from 7pm on Friday evening. If you're not already a subscriber to us on You Tube, sign-up before the weekend and you'll be notified when a new programme becomes available. You can then either watch these as soon as they're released, or at your leisure at a later time. More details on what to expect this weekend are detailed below. We've kept Saturday and Sunday afternoon clear so those of you that want to enjoy the British Grand Prix taking place behind closed doors at Silverstone this weekend can.Thanks to those of you who have played a part in helping us put this together. We hope you enjoy it!Watching the Silverstone Classic Live Online AuctionThe Silverstone Classic Live Online Auction will kick things off at 11am with Silverstone Auctions on Friday (31 July). The link to watch the auction live on Friday is here (please note this will only be active when the auction is live). With so many lots, the auction will continue into the early evening. The auction will return on Saturday morning from 11am and the link to watch Saturday's auction live is here. Details of all the lots are here and if you would like to bid, you must register by 5pm on Thursday 30 July.Friday from 7pm: The Online 30th Anniversary PartyFriday's programme will set the scene as Tiff and Louise interview some of the personalities who have been involved since the very first historic festival back in 1990. These include event founder Stuart Graham, three of the retro racers who competed in the inaugural event and are still racing at the Classic today, plus a familiar voice over the decades, renowned circuit commentator Ian Titchmarsh.The programme will also feature the very first race from the 1990 event and the popular Mini celebrations from last year's event. Tune in on YouTube from 7pm.Saturday from 9am until 12.30 and from 5pm until 7pmSaturday morning's programme will be available from 9am and is action-packed with some highlight races from across Formula One, Formula Two, Formula Junior and the Can-Am period with a little bit of celebrity thrown-in too before we break for the afternoon.Saturday evening's programme will then feature some of the spectacular sunset GT and sportscar showdowns that have become favourites at the Classic as well as some reflections on some of the recent live music performances. Saturday evening's programme will be available from 5pm.Sunday from 10am: Final programme for the Online 30th Anniversary PartySunday's programme will be available from 10am and will look at some of the celebratory moments that have been important to us all as well as some more incredible races.We've got some thrilling tin-top moments for you as well as reflections on some of the remarkable record-breaking track parades of the last decade.For the full timetable — please click here.Support Alzheimer's Research UK by taking part in their virtual Fun Run!The Alzheimer's Research UK Fun Run should've been taking place on Friday 31 July as part of the Silverstone Classic BUT you can sign-up to run your own 5K circuit wherever you are before Friday 31 July and make a suggested donation of £5 to raise vital funds for groundbreaking research here.For anyone considering taking part, we have set-up a club on Strava so that you can clock your run(s) between now and the end of the week. Join the party here. If taking part, don't forget to show your support for Alzheimer's Research UK here.A final reminder regarding your 2020 ticket optionsA FINAL REMINDER to all those of you that held tickets for this year's event and are looking to request a refund (and haven't done so already)...The deadline for doing so is 5pm this Friday (31 July). If you're planning on joining us next year, you don't need to take any action — your tickets will remain valid for the 2021 event.To request a refund, provide your ticket booking reference and either the postcode, phone number or last 4 digits of the payment card that you originally used in order to access your booking here. This will then give you details of your booking and to claim a full refund, simply select the "I would like a refund" button.Copyright © 2020 Goose Live Events, All rights reserved.