Following its premiere at the 2012 Geneva motor show, Infiniti’s range-extended hybrid sports car will turn its wheels for the first time at Goodwood, in the capable hands of Red Bull Racing F1 driver, Mark Webber.
After its appearance at last weekend’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, the AM310 concept car will be appearing at some of this year’s big summer events, including the Goodwood Festival Speed later this month.
Ford has chosen to price the new Focus ST aggressively against its nearest rivals, with an entry point of £21,995 for the base ST version with cloth seats and 18″ alloy wheels.
You can’t blame Fiat for trying to cash in on MINI’s lead, but just how far will the 500’s cuteness allow Fiat it to stretch its market price?
When news broke of Liam Doran’s huge accident at the Nürburgring last week, we naturally feared for the worst. Liam’s 600+ bhp Nissan GT-R had left the circuit and backed into the tyre barrier. The car was a write-off, but thankfully Liam walked away with just a few cuts and bruises to show for his ordeal.
European Rallycross Championship front-runner Liam Doran will start his 2012 season by racing in the first round of the Monster Energy MSA British Rallycross Championship, at Lydden Hill Race Circuit next weekend, before contesting the European Rallycross Championship as well as the US-based Global Rallycross Championship.
It was only a matter of time before Goodwood’s annual Automotive Garden Party played host to some genuine movie stunt driving, and what better film than Nick Love’s newest big-screen production, The Sweeney, based on the 1970s hit TV series.
There are few sights as mesmerising as a convoy of iconic supercars growling their way through the streets of London. Thousands of horses straining to be unleashed, clutches smouldering in frustrated anticipation; “look” I heard a young boy shout excitedly to his father, “an Enzo”.
Ferrari’s brand new flagship V12 four-seater, the FF, was driven by James Martin, celebrity chef and presenter of BBC’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’, at the famous Goodwood hillclimb course today.
A memorable Goodwood weekend has drawn to a close with Jaguar remaining the focus of the Festival as 50 years of the E-type were celebrated.
An estimated 180,000 people attended over the four days of the event, breaking previous records for the Festival – now in its 19th year.
The 2010 Ferrari F10 single-seater, driven by Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro driver, Marc Gené, wowed the crowds today at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Ferrari F10 was previously driven by Fernando Alonso during his fight for the title last season, notching up race wins in Bahrain, Germany, Italy, Singapore and Korea.
If you’re heading over to the Goodwood Festival of Speed during the next 4 days then you’ll get the chance to see this remarkable new sculpture, designed to celebrate the iconic Jaguar E-type’s 50th Anniversary year.