Goodwood Festival of Speed
Late June/ Early July POSTPONED FOR 2020
Where? Goodwood House, West Sussex
Everything you need to know about Goodwood Festival of Speed
One of the most iconic high-speed events on the calendar, Goodwood Festival of Speed is the embodiment of all things automotive with cars, bikes and so much more showing off their epic speed skills. Although the event mostly focuses on cars, there’s an emphasis on the motorcycling world too showing off some of the coolest superbikes and classic models too.
The event, which is held over three days, attracts an audience from all over the world to the Sussex countryside at one of the UK most beautiful racetracks. You’ll see a few famous faces from the racing world, especially in the F1 pitlane and the supercar paddock. There are also immersive experiences to be had, as well as plenty of racing and stunt shows in different arenas too.
Held in the gardens of Goodwood House, you’ll get to see the beauty of the British countryside whilst it’s packed with fast cars and live entertainment. There’s plenty of places to stop and admire classic, contemporary and custom machines from far and wide, but make sure you get yourself a good spot to watch the annual Goodwood Hill Climb.
There’s literally no escaping the need for speed at Goodwood Festival of Speed, and there’s no other event quite like it out there so don’t forget to book your tickets!
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