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Goodwood Speedweek is almost here and we couldn’t be more excited! SB Motorsport and Steve ‘Baggsy’ Biagioni will be bringing the fire breathing #LSXR35 to party.

Speedweek brings the greatest elements of the Festival of Speed and Revival, combined into one unmissable online event.

“Immerse yourself in this one-off, interactive, three-day motorsport and technology extravaganza!”

If that’s not enough, Baggsy and CTRL will be running the 5th instalment of their Mission CTRL: Navara-R Livestreams, from the Goodwood Motor Circuit before the event even begins!

Wednesday 14th October, 19:30.

After the famous Festival Of Speed event was unfortunately cancelled mid way through this year, we have been hungry to get back to the Goodwood estate and shred.

Over the course of the weekend, there will be three ‘Driftkhana’ sessions, for drivers to showcase their skill on an all new custom Drift and Gymkhana style circuit layout.

How can you watch if it’s an online event? Well, ITV will be televising the action on your TV, and of course updating their socials over the weekend

Times are as follows:

Day 1
Friday 16th Oct.

Day 2
Saturday 17th Oct.

Day 3
Sunday 18th Oct.

First Glance
Wednesday 21st Oct.

Highlights 1
Thursday 22nd Oct.

Highlights 2
Thursday 22nd Oct.

“The first ever Goodwood SpeedWeek will be a Festival of motorsport like no other. Combining the very best elements of the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, the Goodwood Revival and even Goodwood’s revived Members’ Meetings.”

“Due to the restrictions in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic all three of Goodwood’s major motorsport events could not be held as we would like, so have been postponed until 2021.”

“Goodwood SpeedWeek will serve to fill the gap in the motorsport calendar and fulfill your appetite for Goodwood motorsport. Also, because it is held behind closed doors, it gives us the chance to bring you new cars to the Motor Circuit, doing more incredible things than ever before. From the first Timed Shootout to take place on the Goodwood Motor Circuit, to cars leaving the circuit and using areas normally reserved for spectators or buildings.”

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