24 June 2004

Noble's all-new M14 will make an appearance at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed. The British show crowd-pleaser will be on Autocar's stand at Lord March's annual celebration of vehicular velocity, which runs from the 25-27th June.

The 190mph GT, due to be launched in early 2005, will form part of a static display in one of the Festival's most prominent positions, directly opposite Goodwood house.

Also present, will be Noble Automotive's breathtaking M400, which will be taking part in the Supercar Demonstration, held on each day of the Festival. The car, which will be driven by Land Speed Record holder, Andy Green and top journalist and racing driver, Tony Dron, is set to be one of the quickest cars up Goodwood's hillclimb course.

Admission to the Festival of Speed is by advance ticket only. To book, call 01243 755 055.

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