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The Goodwood Revival took place at the weekend, with a mouth-watering selection of iconic cars from the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Here we pick out the Top Ten tasty motors you could have seen. If these get you wanting more, then plan ahead and get to the Revival next year…Continue Reading

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Last weekend’s Festival of Speed, held in the grounds of Goodwood House, saw Ford send their all-new Mustang up the famous hill-climb as part of its ‘dynamic debut’ in the UK. Here’s footage of its runs up the hill, with Paul Swift at the wheel. Not quite in the sameContinue Reading

Lotus has announced a special edition of the Exige, commemorating the number of Formula One wins since its first at Monte Carlo in 1960. That means that just 81 Exige LF1s will be built, each based on the existing Exige S. Changes to the regular model include a Lotus F1Continue Reading

Goodwood Action Sports returns once again to the Festival of Speed, bringing together top riders from Freestyle Motocross, BMX and Mountain Bikes, all ready to thrill with their gravity-defying tricks and stunts during the weekend. Amongst the list of stars is X Games gold medallist, Edgar Torronteras, and Freestyle MotocrossContinue Reading

Last week I previewed the Goodwood Festival of Speed. If it didn’t excite you and you decided not to head down to Lord March’s pad in Sussex, then you missed out on yet another great event. Being so popular and being located in some fairly remote countryside, traffic is always anContinue Reading

Staged in the grounds of Goodwood House, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which opens this Friday, is a key date for anyone interested in motor racing and cars. The theme for 2012 is ‘Young Guns – Born to Win’ celebrating drivers, riders and engineers whose supreme talent and insatiable thirst forContinue Reading

The Festival of Speed returned to Goodwood House over the weekend, with Lord March’s grounds hosting another typically spectacular event. The theme, for there always is one, was ‘Racing Revolutions’, described as quantum leaps that shaped motor sport, although sometimes referred to as an unfair advantage.