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Goodwood announces Festival of Speed 2024 dates

21 Jul 2023
  • When do tickets go on sale?

After an amazing weekend of hillclimb action and anniversaries celebrating 30 years of the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, Goodwood is delighted to announce that the 2024 event will take place from Thursday 11 - Sunday 14 July.

Last weekend saw the Festival of Speed celebrate its 30th anniversary in style with a trio of thrilling balcony moments for Ferrari Le Mans winners James Calado, Antonio Giovinazzi and Miguel Molina, a host of MotoGP™ teams and riders and four-time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel.

Visitors to the event were some of the first to see automotive world exclusives, debuts and reveals, with this year’s event hosting the biggest number of debuts seen at the Festival of Speed in its 30-year history. As motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party returns to West Sussex in 2024, fans can expect to see even more global car launches, discover the latest technology and meet their motorsport heroes.

Tickets informations

Tickets informations

Tickets for the Festival of Speed go on sale at goodwood.com on the following dates:

• Saturday 28 October - Goodwood Road Racing Club Members

• Monday 30 October - Goodwood Road Racing Club Fellows

• Monday 6 November - General Public

As in previous years, children ages 12 and under go free and a Young Person ticket will be available for those ages between 13 and 21. In addition, our Thursday STEM programme will return with even more interesting and interactive displays, exhibits and talks.

Join the Fellowship to receive an additional 10% off on Festival of Speed tickets

Members of the public can get early access to tickets and buy from Monday 30 October by joining the Goodwood Road Racing Club. For just £79 a year, the Goodwood Road Racing Club Fellowship provides many prized benefits; headline event ticket priority window; a private on-event Pit Stop enclosure at the Festival of Speed and Revival, access to tickets for the exclusive members-only Members’ Meeting; a year-round calendar of events and competitions, and much more.

Importantly, the Fellowship also includes an exclusive 10% discount on up to two Festival of Speed and Revival tickets and grandstand passes, which customers can take advantage of when tickets go on sale at the end of October. Plus, Fellowship is the only entry route to join the Goodwood Road Racing Club as a full member. Join the Fellowship.

Something special Goodwood’s unrivalled hospitality packages will be available to book for the Festival of Speed on Monday 6 November online at goodwood.com, by emailing hospitality@goodwood.com or calling 01243 755054.

Whether customers are looking for a great day out with friends, entertaining clients or celebrating something special, Goodwood’s hospitality provides the ultimate setting to enjoy the events.

2023 Saturday cancellation roll overs

For the first time in its history, the Festival of Speed was cancelled on Saturday 15 July. All ticket holders who were affected have now been contacted, with a large proportion choosing to roll over their tickets to 2024. This means that Saturday 13 July 2024, is already limited and we anticipate that the remaining tickets will be in high demand.

Further details of the 2024 motorsport events will be announced in the coming months.

The 2023 events season has been spectacular at Goodwood so far, as we celebrate 75 years of motorsport, 30 years of the Festival of Speed and 25 years of the Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Road Racing Club. 


Hani Moustafa

BY Hani Moustafa

Hani started his career in Automotive Journalism when he was 10 years old as a talented photographer for automotive, hanging around cars all the time has created a passion for the automotive industry since day 1.

He is now a full time auto journalist and content creator for Motor 283.

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The news comes ahead of the global dynamic debut of the T.50s Niki Lauda prototype on 13 April at the UK’s Goodwood Motor Circuit. The first public outing for the T.50s prototype will headline the 81st Goodwood Members Meet where more than 15,000 track spectators will enjoy the first outing of the race-spec car revving through to its 12,100 rpm redline. The T.33 mule ‘James’ will also make its dynamic debut at the event marking the progress made by the GMA R&D team and enabling the public to hear the GMA.2 V12 engine for the first time.

The Goodwood event will celebrate the career of famed racer Niki Lauda – the 1970s and 1980s F1 driver whose name appears on every T.50s. Raising the occasion’s significance further, GMA will explain the unique connection between the T.50s and the iconic Brabham BT46B ‘Fan Car’ that Niki Lauda drove to a commanding victory at the 1978 Swedish Grand Prix.

Conceived by Gordon Murray during his 17-year tenure as Chief Designer at the Brabham Formula One team, the BT46B rose to instant iconic status due to Murray’s innovative addition of a ground-effect fan system. Having dominated and won its inaugural race at Anderstorp, Sweden in the hands of Niki Lauda, the model was withdrawn by Brabham to pacify other teams for the good of the championship.

Gordon Murray, CBE – Executive Chairman, Gordon Murray Group: “The dynamic debuts of the GMA T.33 mule and GMA T.50s XP1 mark an important milestone in the development of both supercars. I’m also proud that we will participate in honouring a man who was a one-of-a-kind racer and a great friend by showcasing the T.50s Niki Lauda at Goodwood. Additionally, revealing the 25 historically significant motor racing names for our track-only T.50s is the perfect way to celebrate a favourite event for me and the whole GMA team.”

GMA’s Dario Franchitti will present attendees with an insightful overview of the story of the BT46B and its significance in the design and engineering of the T.50 supercar and its track-spec T.50s sibling. The GMA team will also be joined by His Grace the Duke of Richmond who will take a tour of the Murray display of heritage race cars and modern-day GMA supercars.