Held in the beautiful parkland surrounding Goodwood House, the Festival of Speed is motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party, an intoxicating celebration of the world’s most glamorous sport.
Nowhere else will you get so close to the cars and bikes as they blast up the Hillclimbtrack; nowhere else will you enjoy such unrestricted access to the machines and the drivers who made them famous.
It has been running since 1993 on the same stretch of the March family’s driveway. While the location has remained the same and Lord March continues to lead the creative direction, the main aspect that has evolved is the scale. With the enthusiasm and investment of the wider motoring and motorsport community, FOS has become an internationally celebrated, sell-out occasion.
The Festival of Speed offers enthusiasts an unrivalled opportunity to get close to the action, and to meet the great champions who gather at Goodwood each summer.
The Clark Pavilion is located on the dramatic Molecomb Corner – renowned for being the most challenging point on the Hillclimb.
With its trackside balcony and garden Clark Pavilion is arguably the best vantage point from which to watch all the action. The unique interior has been designed to be relaxed and stylish with memorabilia that celebrates the life of namesake Jim Clark; British Formula One driver and twice world champion. It’s also close to the Off-Road Arena, and a short walk up the hill to the Forest Rally Stage.
Tables for 2 upwards, even numbers.
Prime location next to Goodwood House and the Cartier Style et Lux. Spend your day relaxing in the Duchess’ private garden with exquisite food and drink, and then head to the track with your Roving Grandstand access to experience all the high-speed action.
Marvel at the Central Feature swooping over the immaculately manicured hedges and explore the elegance and beauty of the Cartier Lawn before taking your seat in any of the public Grandstands to watch famous cars and drivers tackle the Hillclimb.