Goodwood Festival of Speed: That’s why every car fan has to go there once
The ingenious thing: the exclusive cars don’t just stand around, but are pushed to their limits during hillclimbs. It’s loud, it smells of gasoline, it’s a party. And when the cars are on display between runs, you can marvel at them up close. This is all the more ingenious as everything is there, from rare super sports cars to rally legends and priceless one-offs.
Just under six percent of all McLaren F1s are on display
A must for every car lover
And that’s exactly what the whole Goodwood Festival of Speed is like. Everything that has status and reputation stands and drives here, sometimes with world-famous racing drivers at the wheel. Every single one of the approximately 200,000 visitors has the really big automotive nail in mind – and above all, the Royal Air Force regularly shows their flying skills.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a declaration of love for the automobile and its history. Every car enthusiast should experience it at least once.