How to throw a SpeedWeek@Home watch-party

14th October 2020

Share your SpeedWeek presented by Mastercard experience with loved-ones by hosting a SpeedWeek@Home watch-party.


If, like us, you’ve been missing watching live motorsport action at Goodwood this year, you’re in for a treat. From Friday 16 - Sunday 18 October, Goodwood Motor Circuit will come alive with SpeedWeek presented by Mastercard, a one-off event encompassing everything that is adored about the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival.

SpeedWeek may be running behind-closed-doors, but that doesn’t mean that you have to miss out. All three days of action will be broadcasted live on our website for free and there are some incredible ways that you can interact with the event from the comfort of your own home. To celebrate, we’re encouraging our would-be event attendees to host their own virtual SpeedWeek parties. You’ll find all the details you need below.

1. Choose your platform

Zoom-parties and the alike have been helping us keep in touch with our loved ones for a while now. Whatever platform you choose and whether you’re connecting on your phone, laptop or tablet, it’ll almost feel like everyone is in the same room together. The two most popular platforms to use are Zoom and Houseparty, but Skype and Facetime would also work a treat!


2. Send a virtual invitation to your guests

We have designed a bespoke invitation for our viewers who want to host their own, virtual SpeedWeek party to send to their ‘guests.’ Simply download the invite and either forward to your ‘guests’ via email or send it around via WhatsApp.



3. Get dressed up

If you missed dressing up at the Goodwood Revival this year, you’ll be delighted to know that we’re celebrating 40s, 50s and 60s fashion at SpeedWeek. Why not get dressed up for your virtual party? What’s more, if you upload a photo to social using #RevivalBestDressed, you may be selected by our special judge, Twiggy, to win a selection of incredible prizes – including a VIP Revival experience and a Huawei tablet.




4. Make our SpeedWeek snacks

Our resident master chef, Darron Bunn, has created some delicious SpeedWeek snacks, inspired by the produce raised and grown on the Goodwood Estate, as well as our wonderful SpeedWeek partners. You’ll find all of the ingredients in your local supermarket, so challenge your guests to make their own and you can enjoy them together virtually whilst you watch the SpeedWeek live stream. Let us know how it goes buy uploading a photo to social with #SpeedWeekSnacks.



5. Get involved with SpeedWeek@Home

Featuring incredible competitions, money-can’t-buy prizes, celebrity judges and interactive opportunities, we’ve put together SpeedWeek@Home to ensure that the action from home is as exciting as on-event. Take a look at our SpeedWeek@Home page for the full line-up and decide what you will be getting involved with!



6. Share your photos and screenshots on social media

Whether you’re taking a group screenshot with your virtual party-goers, or taking a selfie with your household, upload the favourite moments of your day to social with #SpiritOfSpeedWeek. Our favourites will be shared during the live SpeedWeek broadcast.



Goodwood SpeedWeek is a behind-closed-doors event and is available to watch, free, via the SpeedWeek Hub. 



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