picture of 2020 Goodwood Speed Week

Completed, Oct 16 - 18

The first ever Goodwood SpeedWeek will be a Festival of motorsport like no other. Combining the very best elements of the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, the Goodwood Revival and even Goodwood’s revived Members’ Meetings. Goodwood SpeedWeek will serve to fill the gap in the motorsport calendar and fulfill your appetite for Goodwood motorsport. Also, because it is held behind closed doors due to Covid-19 restrictions, it gives the event the chance to bring new cars to the Motor Circuit, doing more incredible things than ever before. From the first Timed Shootout to take place on the Goodwood Motor Circuit, to cars leaving the circuit and using areas normally reserved for spectators or buildings.

Three-time Le Mans winner, Porsche Formula E factory driver, one-time F1 racer and RAC TT Celebration-winner Andre Lotterer has confirmed he will race at SpeedWeek. Alongside Lotterer from the world of Le Mans racing will be Romain Dumas, five-time winner Emanuele Pirro, and Mr Le Mans himself, the legendary Tom Kristensen.

Also confirmed to take part in the weekend is four-time IndyCar champion and three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti, 2013 BTCC Champion Andrew Jordan and TV presenter and Le Mans podium finisher Tiff Needell.

As well as incredible racing drivers, we’ve also begun to confirm stars from other disciplines who will take part in the weekend, with the first of or drifters announced in the form of Steve “Baggsy” Biagioni, bringing he incredible LS-powered Nissan GTR.

Current F2 commentator and Le Mans racer Alex Brundle has confirmed his attendance at SpeedWeek, as well as fellow Le Mans stars Alex Lynn, David Brabham, Guy Smith and Neel Jani. Touring car stars Matt Neal, Colin Turkingto, Tim Harvey and Gordon Shedden.

Goodwood House Captains Anthony Reid, Nic Minassian and Jochen Mass are all confirmed to race over the weekend as well as ex-F1 racer and Sky pundit Karun Chandhok.