McLaren drivers including Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton among those at this year's FoS
24 May 2010

McLaren Formula One stars Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton and Mika Hakkinen are among 80 drivers and riders confirmed for the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.

The total line-up includes 20 world champions who have amassed more than 70 world titles between them.

Other drivers confirmed for the FoS, which runs between 2-4 July, include Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart and John Surtees.

Preceding this year’s FoS will be the first running of the Moving Motor Show, where more than 20 manufacturers will give certain invited drivers the opportunity to ‘test drive’ the latest production cars on a special, six-mile evaluation route running across the Goodwood estate, including the famous hillclimb road.

Book now for the Goodwood Moving Motor Show.

Alternatively you can call Goodwood on 01243 755055 and quote autocar.

Tickets to the Goodwood Moving Motor Show are £20 per person and there's free entry for children 12 years and under. Vehicle parking is also free of charge.

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24 May 2010

If you have never been before - please don't think about it - do it ! You will enjoy.....

24 May 2010

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If you have never been before - please don't think about it - do it ! You will enjoy.....

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Concur entirely. I live just 8 miles away (which helps) - but it is a fantastic couple of days out - petrolhead or not!

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