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Goodwood Festival of Speed 2024: Start times, schedule and how to watch LIVE

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2024: Start times, schedule and how to watch LIVE

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2024: Start times, schedule and how to watch LIVE

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2024: Start times, schedule and how to watch LIVE

The quintessential British summer tradition, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, is set to ignite the Goodwood Estate once again from Thursday, July 11 to Sunday, July 14, 2024.

The Festival of Speed, held annually in West Sussex, England, is a multi-day extravaganza that transcends the boundaries of motorsport, transforming the parkland into a haven for car enthusiasts and motorsport fans alike.

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In the early 1990s, Lord March inherited the estate and was keen on reviving the racing spirit at Goodwood. In 1993, he hosted a Sunday event on the estate after being denied permission to hold a race.

What began as a one-day event has flourished into a celebrated commemoration of motorsport heritage, displaying not only the esteemed past but also the exhilarating present and future.

This year's theme, 'Horseless to Hybrid: Revolutions in Power,' pays homage to the incredible advancements in engines and propulsion systems over the past 130 years.

From the pioneering days of the 1894 Paris-Rouen Trial, the festival will feature a dazzling array of vehicles powered by everything from classic petrol and diesel to cutting-edge electric, hybrid, and AI-powered machines.

FOS will also pay homage to several significant anniversaries. Notably, the event will commemorate the 75th birthday of the legendary Niki Lauda, alongside his first grand prix victory and his final world championship triumph.

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F1 legend Niki Lauda will be remembered at the festival

But perhaps the biggest draw for F1 fans will be the star-studded driver line-up from the current grid. Leading the charge is none other than the reigning three-time world champion Max Verstappen who will be piloting his title-winning Red Bull RB16B on the final day of the Festival - Sunday, July 14.

The Dutchman will be joined by two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, who will be driving the new Aston Martin Valiant on Friday 12.

Sergio Perez of Red Bull will also be taking to the Hill in the RB19 rocketship of a car, along with Daniel Ricciardo in the 2011 championship-winning RB7.

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Red Bull team-mates Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez will drive in celebration of the team's legacy

Williams team-mates Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant will be sharing driving duties in Keke Rosberg’s 1982 championship-winning FW08.

And let's not forget that a variety of new cars will be showcased, including the Red Bull RB17 hypercar designed by Adrian Newey, making this event a must-see for any motorsport fan and car lover.

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2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed - Full schedule

The Festival of Speed kicks off in full force on Thursday, July 11, with a packed schedule running all the way through to Sunday, July 14.

FOS - DAY 1: Thursday, July 11

Thursday morning kicks off with the Duke of Richmond’s opening moment on the Hill at 9am. The first batch of cars will then line up at the Startline at 9:40am for the first celebration of this year's theme: Horseless to Hybrid – Revolutions in Power.

The First Glance and supercar batches will be in action at 10:30am and 11:10am respectively before the Red Arrows take centre stage at 11:45am.

At 12:55pm, the festival will spotlight Joest Racing, Niki Lauda, and Mercedes-Benz, along with the legends in the Drift class.

The MG Celebration moment in front of Goodwood House will be at 2pm, followed by the start of the first F1 action of the weekend at 2:20pm and the riders of the Isle of Man TT bikes.

See the full Thursday schedule below:

Show Day Time (BST)
The Duke of Richmond opens Festival of Speed Thursday 08:55am
Manufacturer Batch 1 and MG Opening Parade Thursday 09:00am
Bonhams Auction Viewing Opens Thursday 09:00am
Batch 1 Thursday 09:40am
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Thursday 10:30am
Goodwood Action Sports: Warm Up Show Thursday 10:30am
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Thursday 11:10am
Air Display - The Red Arrows Thursday 11:45am
Manufacturer Batch 2 Thursday 12:15pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Thursday 12:30pm
Batch 3 Thursday 12:55pm
Manufacturer Batch 3 Thursday 01:40pm
MG Celebration Moment Thursday 02:00pm
Batch 4 Thursday 02:20pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Thursday 03:00pm
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Thursday 03:10pm
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Thursday 03:50pm
Manufacturer Batch 4 Thursday 04:40pm
Batch 2 Thursday 05:20pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Competition (BMX Big Air) Thursday 05:30pm

FOS - DAY 2: Friday, July 12

The second day of hill running starts at 8:30am, followed by the F1 engines taking centre stage at 10:05am.

Friday’s MG moment will take place at 1:05pm, before the first Timed Shootout action of the weekend begins with the drivers' only practice runs at 2:45pm.

Hill action resumes at 3:30pm, and the day ends with celebrations of Joest Racing, Lauda, and Mercedes-Benz once again.

See the full Friday schedule below:

Show Day Time (BST)
Batch 1 Friday 08:30am
Bonhams Auction Viewing Opens Friday 09:00am
Batch 2 Friday 09:20am
Batch 4 Friday 10:05am
Goodwood Action Sports: Warm Up Show Friday 10:30am
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Friday 10:55am
Bonhams Cars Automobillia Auction Friday 11:00am
Batch 3 Friday 11:35am
Air Display - The Red Arrows Friday 11:45am
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Friday 12:25pm
MG Celebration Moment Friday 01:05pm
Batch 1 Friday 01:20pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Friday 01:30pm
Batch 4 Friday 01:55pm
Bonhams Motor Cars Auction Friday 02:00pm
Timed Practice Friday 02:45pm
Richard Petty Balcony Moment Friday 03:15pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Friday 03:30pm
Batch 2 Friday 03:30pm
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Friday 04:00pm
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Friday 04:40pm
Goodwood Action Sport: Competition (BMX Best Trick) Friday 05:30pm
Batch 3 Friday 05:35pm

FOS - DAY 3: Saturday, July 13

The new cars from First Glance will debut at 10:05am, followed by the supercar run at 10:45am, and the day’s first F1 action at 11:40am, along with the Isle of Man TT and dirt bikes.

The Timed Shootout qualifying session starts at 1:50pm. After that, there will be a special moment to remember Gil de Ferran, who passed away in December 2023, in the Ballroom Assembly Area.

The day will conclude with the final runs for First Glance, supercars, and the cars of the main theme celebration from 1890 to 1960.

See the full Saturday schedule below:

Show Day Time (BST)
Batch 3 Saturday 08:30am
Batch 2 Saturday 09:20am
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Saturday 10:05am
Goodwood Action Sports: Warm Up Show Saturday 10:30am
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Saturday 10:45am
Batch 4 Saturday 11:40am
Michael Dunlop Balcony Moment Saturday 12:20pm
Batch 1 Saturday 12:30pm
MG Celebration Moment Saturday 1:15pm
Batch 3 Saturday 1:20pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Saturday 1:30pm
Batch 4 Saturday 2:00pm
Timed Shoot-Out Saturday 2:50pm
Gil de Ferran Moment Saturday 3:10pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Saturday 3:30pm
Batch 2 Saturday 3:35pm
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Saturday 4:05pm
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Saturday 4:45pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Competition (Freestyle Motocross Best Trick) Saturday 5:30pm
Batch 1 Saturday 5:40pm

FOS - DAY 4: Sunday, July 14

The Festival of Speed wraps up with a showcase of main theme cars from 1970-2024 opening the Hill at 8:30am. Then, we will see seven Red Bull F1 cars lined up at 11:40am, followed by a Red Bull Balcony Moment featuring Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez, and others at 11:55am.

Activities on the Hill will continue throughout the afternoon, with the Timed Shootout climaxing at 3pm to determine this year's winner.

See the full Sunday schedule below:

Show Day Time (BST)
Holy Communion Sunday 08:00am
Batch 2 Sunday 08:30am
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Sunday 09:15am
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Sunday 09:55am
Goodwood Action Sports: Warm Up Show Sunday 10:30am
Batch 4 Sunday 10:50am
Red Bull Sunday 11:40am
Red Bull Balcony Moment Sunday 11:55am
Batch 1 Sunday 12:00pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Sunday 12:30pm
Batch 3 Sunday 12:50pm
MG Celebration Moment Sunday 01:30pm
Batch 2 Sunday 01:40pm
Batch 4 Sunday 02:10pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Show Sunday 02:30pm
Shoot-Out Final Sunday 03:00pm
Batch 3 Sunday 03:45pm
Batch 5 (First Glance and Road Bikes) Sunday 04:25pm
Goodwood Action Sports: Competition (BMX Mountain Bike Best Trick) Sunday 04:30pm
Batch 6 (Supercar Run) Sunday 05:05pm
Batch 1 Sunday 06:00pm

How to watch the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed live

You can watch the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed via live stream on the official Goodwood Road & Racing YouTube channel:

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