- Goodwood will host Speedweek over 3 days, October 16-18, behind-closed-doors
- It will incorporate events from both, Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival
- The event will be broadcast globally, free of charge, via the Goodwood website
The Goodwood Estate has confirmed plans to host a behind-closed-doors motoring festival in mid-October, in place of its cancelled Festival of Speed and Revival events, placing an equal focus on new metal and classic cars.
The digital event will allow the motoring festival to take place in some form in 2020, after its well-attended automotive fixtures had to be cancelled in light of the ongoing social distancing restrictions.
The new event, called Speedweek, will take place at the Goodwood Motor Circuit from October 16-18, rather than in the estate itself, meaning that the Festival of Speed’s hillclimb centrepiece will not feature….