Goodwood Festival of 2019 To Have Major Changes Including The Arena

By CarsFellow 2 Min Read

There is a whole lot of supercars, touring cars, especially built hill cars and of course electric car along with bikes getting ready to make an appearance at the much awaited this year’s Goodwood festival.

It is a festival which is known for its extreme speed and stunts, and this year major changes are happening:

According to the founder of the festival of speed, the Duke the Richmond said that many new records were made when we celebrated the Silver Jubilee of the Festival last year.

He mentioned that about four million visitors showed up through the event gates and this only shows how well known and hugely popular our speed festival is. He said that he and his organization are actually looking forward to the future as more people are expected.

He further informed that since many paddocks were moved to create a new arena for live action, we are expecting that more people will enjoy it.

As it will have more opportunity for the hardcore fans of speed. He said the latest technology has been installed and introduced to add to the speed of the game.

The Goodwood Action Sports zone is undergoing the work which is expected to gather more audience than last time. One of the major changes is the First Glance Paddock which will be moving closer to the Festival of Speed’s Future Lab and individual manufacturer stand which is on one side of the hill climb course.

Another change is the Michelin Supercar Paddock will be a move to a new spot near which the spot of the famous hill climb start line where the previously the Moving Motor Show was housed.

In place of Michelin Supercar Paddock, a live-action arena will be held that will be the place where different drift cases and stunts will feature from Friday till Sunday. That is the course of the four day event of Festival of Speed.

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