Goodwood SpeedWeek presented by Mastercard is almost upon us, in fact it begins tomorrow evening with rallying action into the night. While the excitement here is beginning to build as cars arrive in the paddocks for the first time in over a year, we’re still sad that we won’t be able to welcome you to join us for the spectacular event. To give you a flavour of that Goodwood event feel, we’re publishing our event timetable and entry list in the form of a proper race card, so you can read all about the weekend as if you were here with programme in hand.
Full Goodwood SpeedWeek entry list and timetable
SpeedWeek is a bit different to all other Goodwood events. Not just because there won’t be any fans here, but because cars will go where they never have at the Goodwood Motor Circuit and the Timed Shootout presented by Mastercard will see cars going for the outright circuit record. But we’re also inviting you to join in with the event in ways you’ve never been able to before. Not just through our SpeedWeek@Home competitions, but also through an incredible SpeedWeek hub, launched today, featuring interactive elements and not one, but two separate streams.
While one stream will show all the action from on track, another, the SpeedWeek Stream, will feature awesome recorded broadcast elements, presenter challenges, films charting the history and future of motorsport and technology and more. So, our race card will show you not only all the action on track, but also the incredible content we have lined up brought to you by presenters Dermot O’Leary, Sian Welby, Rory Reid and Mark Webber.
On track, you’ll see that all three days begin between 8am and 9am, and each day features action into the dusk. Friday is ended with the spectacular Gerry Marshall Trophy for Group 1 Touring cars of the late 1970s, Saturday ends with the stunning Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy (the renamed Kinrara Trophy, the “most expensive race in the world”) and Sunday finishes with an into-the-dusk demonstration for some of Porsche’s greatest Le Mans racers.
We’ll also have some of the greatest elements of the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and Revival, with the flagship RAC TT taking place on Sunday afternoon, just after that incredible Timed Shootout and before the Porsche demonstration. It’s an afternoon that any motorsport fan cannot miss.
In the entry lists you’ll find complete records of who is racing in what cars, including such stars as André Lotterer, Tom Kristensen, Matt Neal, Andrew Jordan, Stig Blomqvist, Martin Brundle and many, many more.
Check out the brilliant race card here and remember to tune into SpeedWeek at speedweek.goodwood.com from 9.15am on Friday and if you want to find out more about SpeedWeek, we’ve put together this handy guide.
Photography by Lee Carpenter and Nick Dungan.
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