Experience the world's best super and racing cars & bikes in both static and moving displays around Goodwood Estate.
Whether you want to see pre- and post-war racing cars, supercars, Group C prototypes, motorbikes or the future of motoring technology, the Goodwood Festival of Speed is probably the place to go.
Of course, you could attend 'just' to say you were there - and spend the day soaking up the sights and sounds of the event.
Guests in 2017 Festival of Speed hospitality benefited from a base for their day on-site, fabulous food from the on-site caterers and a superb selection of wines and beers from the well-stocked bar.
And no Festival of Speed would be complete without the likes of Sir Stirling Moss, John Surtees and Sir Jackie Stewart always keen to drive the Goodwood hill. More recent drivers include the likes of, multiple Le Mans winner, Derek Bell and NASCAR's Richard Petty together with Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Sir Chris Hoy and Nick Mason. The full driving line-up will not be released until much closer to the event - but rest assured it will be spectacular!
Guests looking for two-wheeled thrills will not be disappointed either - with an array of legends taking to the hill on bikes new and old, whilst the GAS Arena sees a number of top riders showing their skills in mid-air.
The Festival of Speed rally stage attracts its stars too, including Sebastien Loeb, Hannu Mikkola and Alister McRae amongst others.
NOTE: Images predominantly shot from a Gurney Pavilion suite.
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Clark was twice world championship winner and known for his versatile driving ability.
A recent addition to the Festival of Speed portfolio, the Clark pavilion will occupy the famous Molecomb Corner, a challenging point on the hill climb and an excellent vantage point for watching all the action. Featuring an unique interior, its relaxed and stylish atmosphere offers an exclusive location from which to enjoy the Festival of Speed.
*Please be aware that Clark Pavilion is only available for tables that are multiples of two (and upwards)*
Here you can enjoy some privacy away from the track itself. For those who cannot take their eyes off the cars, you will have a roving grandstand ticket. This exclusive area is perfect for smaller groups to entertain less formally.
Available on Friday and Saturday only, you can entertain your guests in the traditional marquee, or sit out on the secluded lawns away from the crowds. Library Lawn offers tables of 2 to 12 and is perfect for private or corporate entertaining.
An energy-fuelled breakfast will ensure you are ready for the day and a three-course lunch will be waiting when you are ready for a much-needed sit down. A fabulous afternoon tea served on the lawn will allow you time to reflect on the spectacle of the day.
The Startline Club is the ultimate enthusiast’s area, set where all the action begins. Grab a seat in your private Grandstand and watch as the greatest collection of cars, bikes, riders and drivers in the world prepare for their assault on the Hillclimb.
Named in honour of American Grand Prix driver Dan Gurney, this light and airy pavilion occupies one of the best viewing locations on the Hillclimb track on the outside of ‘Crossroads Corner’, where the cars are building up speed for the blast past Goodwood House.
*Please be aware that Gurney Pavilion has a minimum table size of 10 people*
Named in honour of American World Champion Phil Hill, this light and airy entertaining space is on the outside of the track at the first corner of the Hillclimb.
*Please be aware that Hill Pavilion has a minimum table size of 10 people*