AN OXFORDSHIRE man is among six people to have appeared in court after being charged over a track invasion at the British Grand Prix.
Protestors stormed the Wellington Straight, the fastest point of Silverstone, before sitting down during the opening lap of Sunday’s race.
David Baldwin, 46, of Stonesfield, was one of six people to be charged with conspiracy to cause public nuisance.
Northampton Magistrates’ Court heard on Tuesday afternoon the protesters are said to have entered the track wearing orange tracksuits bearing the message ‘Just Stop Oil’.
The race had already been suspended following Alfa Romeo driver Zhou Guanyu’s high-speed crash.
No pleas were entered in relation to the Silverstone incident.
Former primary school assistant and father-of-two Baldwin gave his details and was granted conditional bail.
All six will appear next at Northampton Crown Court on August 19.
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