It’s a WhichCar Weekly special! With so much happening at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, we decided to dedicate this week’s full 30 minutes of chat to the annual motoring mecca in England.
Alex was our man on the front line, bringing all the blow-by-blow action as the three days of automotive nirvana went down, and he’s joined in the WCW studio by a bumper panel for this special occasion.
Best known for the fiercely competitive hillclimb racing, since the inaugural festival in 1993, the event has grown to include other crowd pullers including major model debuts, a rally stage, incredible sculptures and even a soapbox competition.
Alex thumbed a lift up the hill in something exotic and spent plenty of time skulking through the startling hardware on display, from the latest gleaming metal – in many cases making its first public appearance - to some unbelievable historic turn-outs.
Of course, Andy weighs in with an anecdote of his own about the FoS, and as usual his tale comes from a place you would never expect, and then ends up going somewhere just as unexpected.
If you want to know the sound of envy, just listen to Scott and Dan reacting to the Goodwood review. Neither has yet made it to the show but the chat leads on to a potential solution.
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