Fascination for 120 years.
Chichester in Sussex is less than two hours to the south of London. Yet instead of the lively metropolis one finds rolling hills as far as the eye can see. Connected by narrow country roads which elegantly wind through the landscape. Alongside the roads: dense forests or the perfect lawns of the occasional idyllic cottage – peace and pure relaxation.
But once a year this idyllic scene is transformed by the engine sounds of the world’s most successful and rarest racing vehicles. When these vehicles and drivers meet to compete against each other on the hillclimb before the eyes of tens of thousands of motorsport enthusiasts. When Charles Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara, extends an invitation to the Goodwood Festival of Speed.