Autocar's sister title Classic and Sports Car is offering you the chance to go up the Goodwood Hill
26 June 2013

Autocar's sister title, Classic and Sports Car, is auctioning a passenger ride up the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in a Ferrari supercar.

The auction is all for charity, and the winner will receive two entry tickets to the Goodwood Festival of Speed on Sunday 14 July, which alone would cost £114. The winner will also receive an exclusive passenger ride for one up the hill in a Ferrari, offered by Ferrari North Europe.

The ride will take place at 12.25pm on Sunday 14 July, and will provide the winner with a unique experience, flying up the famous Goodwood hillclimb at speeds of over 120mph; the in-car experience will also be recorded using an onboard camera. 

All of the final sale price will be donated to Shooting Star CHASE, a children’s hospice service supporting families with children unlikely to reach their 19th birthday.

Bidding currently stands at £36.11 - but has plenty of room to grow. To place your bid click here.

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