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Goodwoord Festival of Speed 2015 is almost here

Great news, all you car lovers from across the world, the Goodwoord Festival of Speed 2015 is almost here! The name of the event is pretty self-explanatory: we are preparing for the 22nd auto event that celebrates speed and cars in West Sussex, Great Britain.

The Goodwoord Festival of Speed is one of the greatest and most glamaorous such event on the British calendar. Both old and new cars are expected to appear here, all trying to “conquer” the hillclimb circuit. This annual event welcomes more than 100.000 people for each of its editions, both locals and foreigners.

This year, the Goodwood Moving Motor Show begins Thursday, June 25th 2015. This is an excellent opportunity to check out the latest production cars and innovations from top brands. Some even offer test driving experiences, so some people may be lured to the festival by this perspective as well.

This year, among the upcoming stars of the show, there is the Corvette Z06, which will make its debut at the Festival of Speed, as well as the Mc Laren 570S Coupe, the limited-edition 650S Le Mans and model P1 GTR – also at their first public appearance.

Goodwood Actions Sports is also a part of the FOS, and this year an unprecedented number of world renowned sports aces have confirmed their participation in the gas arena. Legendary bikers of BMX dirt, Mountain Bike and Freestyle Motocross have confirmed their participation; among them, Lukas Weiss and Petr Pilat.

The festival lasts until June 28th 2015, so all car lovers have a few more days left to prepare their trip and then enjoy an outstanding, one of a kind display of speed, wheels and entertainment. As accessibility is always increased by having a car at your service, you can rent a car in the UK by simply booking online in a couple of minutes and then enjoy your trip even more.

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