The Goodwood Festival of Speed happens each year around late June or early July, this is an event all motor heads do not want to miss. The yearly hill climb is the most historic part where all types of motor vehicle take part around the Goodwood House, West Sussex, England and try to get to the top of the hill as fast as they can.
The reason the dates vary each year is simply down to not wanting it to clash with the Formula One season, this way fans of F1 get to see some of the racing cars at Goodwood. Cars, motorbikes and F1 cars take part in the hill climb.
Each year now attracts around 100,000 people per day over the three-day running period, each year the event is now capped at 150,000 as not to overcrowd. Other things that happen at Goodwood include the soapbox challenge, forest rally stage, the sculpture, supercar run, and more such as cars drifting around corners burning rubber.
You do have to buy tickets for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which you can do so here. Are you attending this year? If you have anything you wish to discuss about this event or you have been before, please do comment below.