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The Goodwood Festival of Speed

Whether its classic racing cars of the Edwardian era, current F1 cars or the super-cars of the rich and famous. Rally cars, road cars or circuit racing cars and bikes Whether its the nostalgia of a bygone era or a glimpse into the future - The Goodwood Festival of Speed has it all.

The event has taken place at Goodwood House near Chichester every year since 1993 and with its 20th anniversary this year it promises to be as good as ever. This years event is now taking place on 12-14 July. as not to clash with the German Grand Prix on 7 July.

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The main attraction is a world renown hillclimb along a 1.16 mile course, passing in front of Goodwood House and climbing 300 feet a tight, twisting track that is testing to the best of drivers. Each day the spectators are treated to the sights and sounds of over 300 cars, in various different classes, challenging the climb before returning in a more sedate procession to their pits.

Against this backdrop the rest of the festival takes place, and what a festival it is. A purpose-built special stage hosts an extravaganza of rally cars from all eras. The paddocks are full of those cars not competing at that actual time and allow free access to wander and wonder. Plus a host of stands and displays to fill every minute.

Indeed there is so much on offer that for most enthusiasts it will be a complete three day event. The Festival of Speed is truly a world class event and if it had any close competition at all it could only be the Goodwood Revival.

On the Thursday prior to the event The Goodwood Moving Motor Show will be held, presented by Auto Trader, to give new car buyers and motoring enthusiasts the opportunity to see the very latest models.

Tickets for the Goodwood Festival of Speed are only available through the festival website or ringing the tcket office : 
+44 (0)1243 755055