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Goodwood Festival preview video

Harry Metcalfe speaks to Lord March about this summer's Festival of Speed and the introduction of the Moving Motor Show

Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood announced today that the 2010 Festival would be opening for four, rather than three days this year because Thursday 1 July will see the launch of the Goodwood ‘Moving Motor show’ event.

The rest of the Festival will run as normal over Friday 2, Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July, under the theme this year of ‘Viva Veloce!’ or ‘The passion for Speed’ but Goodwood’s new Motorshow area is sure to be a major Festival attraction.

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Evo has done an exclusive interview with Lord March today, to discover exactly how this Motorshow will work but the basic idea is Thursday 1 July will offer car enthusiasts the opportunity to visit a Motorshow and actually drive some of the new cars at the show round a six mile course that includes the famous Goodwood hill climb. On the remaining 3 days of the Festival, the Goodwood Moving Motorshow area will return to being a static Motor show, as the Festival reverts to it’s more usual but still highly entertaining format.Keep checking www.evo.co.uk and see our exclusive videos from today’s Goodwood preview day event - including this awesome footage of trials legend Dougie Lampkin tearing around Goodwood House.

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