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WIN: Goodwood Festival of Speed Tickets

Published 18th May 2012 - Written by Adam Le Feuvre
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The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a must for any F1 or motorsport fan.  It runs over four days, a week before the British Grand Prix and features racing cars from way back, right up to the present day.  What’s more, unlike other shows, with the Festival of Speed you get to see the cars in action, as they were designed to be, roaring up the famous Goodwood hill.

The theme for 2012 is ‘Young Guns – Born to win’ – which celebrates “drivers and riders and designers and engineers whose supreme talent and insatiable thirst for speed shocked the establishment, affording them immediate superstar status.”

What’s more in 2012 they’ve got a record number of racing drivers in attendance, including Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, Nico Rosberg, Bruno Senna and Mark Webber there from the current grid along with Prost, Stewart, Mass, Fittipaldi and more from the yesteryears of F1.

As part of the amazing prizes on offer at our Monaco GP LIVE event, there’s a pair of tickets for Goodwood Festival of Speed up for the grabs too.  One lucky winner will be going along with a friend on the Sunday of Goodwood – guaranteed to be an amazing day out.

If you haven’t already, grab yourself some tickets to the Monaco GP LIVE in London event here and you can also increase your chances of winning the Goodwood tickets buy buying additional raffle tickets.

Adam Le Feuvre
Been a fan of F1 since the days of 'our Nige'. Enjoys the soap opera as much as the racing. A creative geek, with entrepreneurial tendencies who loves coffee, cycling, mod culture and music. Founded of Badger GP in 2008 to give informative, interesting yet entertaining content about Formula 1.

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