Watch Goodwood Festival of Speed livestream this weekend

| 9 Jul 2020
Classic & Sports Car – Watch Goodwood Festival of Speed livestream this weekend

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A virtual Goodwood Festival of Speed is coming this weekend – and you can enjoy it right here.

The event’s 2020 edition had been scheduled for 9-12 July, before its pandemic-prompted cancellation, so Goodwood is bringing us three days of livestreaming, creating a virtual festival called FOS Greats, that fans around the world can enjoy.

Running from Friday 10 until Sunday 12 July, it promises to feature some of the best moments in the Festival of Speed’s history, with a line-up starring evocative names and sensational machinery.

Plus, there will be videos streaming on our Facebook page across the weekend.

Classic & Sports Car – Watch Goodwood Festival of Speed livestream this weekend

FOS Greats will feature eight hours of footage each day, kicking off at 10am.

Friday’s theme is the best racing cars to have starred at the Festival of Speed over the years. Expect the likes of the Ford GT40, the Lotus 72 and McLaren’s MP4/13, plus Group B and Group C greats.

The next day, superstar racing teams and manufacturers are in the spotlight, including Jaguar, Tom Walkinshaw Racing, Penske, Brabham, Williams and McLaren.

Finally, Sunday’s line-up of the greatest racing drivers and their cars will celebrate Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jackie Stewart, Emerson Fittipaldi, Mario Andretti, Lewis Hamilton and more.

From 10am tomorrow (Friday 10 July), you can watch Goodwood’s livestream here:

 

Saturday’s feed is here:

 

And to watch the virtual festival from 10am on Sunday, click here:

 

Can’t wait that long? There’s a preview here:

 

Check out the complete FOS Greats running order here – and remember there will also be footage streaming all weekend on our Facebook page. Enjoy!


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