Goodwood Welcomes You to Its New Website

Starting from now, automotive enthusiasts around the world can visit Goodwood’s new on-line space, which has been completely redesigned.
The entire range of Goodwood websites, including the Goodwood Road Racing Company (GRRC) Festival of Speed, Revival, the new Moving Motor Show, Breakfast Club, the Motor Circuit and Ticket Sales, have been revised and updated, offering a higher level of interactivity, information and entertainment.

With the expert creative assistance of web stylists CaB Studios, the number of videos highlighting the GRRC events has been increased, and the new website layout is now much fresher and more intuitive, enabling visitors to easily interact with the site and see the very latest event news more clearly.  In addition, the new Goodwood website is fully enabled for social networking, including Face Book and Twitter,” stated the press release.

Goodwood is the home of many celebrated motoring events, including the pioneering Festival of Speed, Revival, the Moving Motor Show, Breakfast Club and famous motor circuit, attracting a total of over 300,000 visitors per year.

The Goodwood website gives an exciting flavor of what this historic location has to offer. The GRRC websites for the Festival of Speed and Revival, for example, attract millions of visitors annually, with a huge hit rate from motoring enthusiasts all over the globe,” stated the press release.

This year’s Festival of Speed takes place in the grounds of Goodwood Pk from 2-4 July, with the inaugural Moving Motor Show scheduled to take place on Thursday, July 1. The Goodwood Revival is being held eleven weeks later (from 17 to 19 September) at the Goodwood Motor Circuit.

You can visit Goodwood's new website by following this link.
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