Honda plans to leave visitors in awe at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with legendary drivers and cars on display

Honda is aiming to leave visitors to the Goodwood Festival of Speed in awe as legendary drivers take to the track.

Freddie Spencer, John Surtees, Gabriele Tarquini, Gordon Shedden, Matt Neal, John Mcguinnes and Alex Lowes are just some of the drivers who will be making their way up the Goodwood hill in a selection of Honda's vehicles.

Both Spencer and Surtees will be reunited with their old racing machines for the hillclimb run.

Visitors to the Festival of Speed will also have the chance to try out Honda's all-terrain vehicles and motorbikes on a specially constructed course.

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7 July 2013

Are they going to bomb the festival and kill lots of innocent people then?

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