Lord March confirms the Goodwood Moving Motor Show will return in 2011
9 July 2010

The Goodwood Moving Motor Show will return in 2011, Lord March has confirmed.

Goodwood is pleased with the first running of the Moving Motor Show, despite a minor incident with a Honda Civic Type R Mugen that left four injured.

Goodwood Moving Motor Show 2010: full report and pics

In a statement, Goodwood said the “inaugural event met with an extremely positive response from the vehicle manufacturers and visiting public alike”.

“Many manufacturers reported taking orders for new cars during the Moving Motor Show, including a number of £100,000+ supercars, and many have already expressed their intention to return for the 2011 event, including a couple that did not participate in this year’s show,” the statement continued.

This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed was the largest ever in terms of visitor numbers with the addition of the Moving Motor Show. More than 176,000 visitors attended over the four days, making it one of the largest public events of any kind in Europe.

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010: full report and pics

Next up at Goodwood is the Goodwood Revival meeting, which runs from 17-19 September.

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