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Join us at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed as we celebrate our fantastic line-up of performance cars, including the latest in Ford innovations. Visit our 3-storey stand to see the All-New Puma and All-New Focus ST for the first time, as well as the All-New Ranger Raptor and All-New Kuga. Have a thing for speed? Come and experience the thrill of the 'ST Test Track': a toboggan-style ride that runs around our stand, or show-off your best “Kuga Moves” on the top of our stand, while taking in 360-degree views of Goodwood. If you see yourself as a race driver, then you can put your skills to the test in our on-stand Forza Horizon 4 experience, or our 3D Race Simulator. And don't miss the Ford Paddock in The Arena area to see our performance drivers and their vehicles with Ken Block and Vaughn Gittin Jr.


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What happened at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018?

We are proud to have sponsored the Goodwood Festival of Speed since its inception in 1993, and have strived to bring the best of what Ford has to offer both on and off the track.

From heritage vehicles and celebrations, to innovative technology and future vehicle launches, Goodwood holds a very special place in our hearts, and we are proud to share with you some of the key highlights and pictures from Goodwood 2018.

The Cars

Every year at Goodwood we showcase the exciting up-and-coming models that we will be introducing into our line-up, and this year was no different. Taking front and centre stage was the All-New Focus and the new SUV-inspired Active crossover range including the All-New Fiesta Active crossover.

Other vehicles on display included both the 1968 Mustang and 2018 Mustang BULLITT, as well as the Eagle Squadron Mustang GT.

Team Sky Cycling Ford Mustang
Aerial shot of the Ford stand at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

The Stand

Making a return to the Ford stand this year was The Leap; standing a massive 4.5m from the ground, people of all ages were given the adrenaline-charged opportunity to jump onto the giant airbag below. However, that wasn’t nearly high enough for our Ford Parkour Display Team, who took it upon themselves to dive from the very top of our stand, a vertigo-inducing 10m above the ground!

Other exciting opportunities for festivalgoers to get involved with included BULLITT Movie studio, to go along with both generations of the Mustang BULLITTs on display, and our new Share The Road campaign, designed to improve road safety for everyone.

Team Sky Cycling

Our partnership with Team Sky Cycling also offered people the chance to test their speed, strength and stamina, as they tried to top the leaderboard of the Team Sky Cycling Challenge. By riding the quickest time of the day on our Team Sky Cycling simulators, festivalgoers had the chance to win one of four signed Team Sky Cycling shirts at the end of each day.

Also along for the ride, and proudly exhibiting our partnership, was the Team Sky Cycling Mustang, giving visitors the opportunity to sit in and experience first-hand one of the cars that accompany the riders throughout the Tour de France among other races.

An array of Team Sky Cycling and Ford badges.
The Ford GT on the Goodwood start line

The GT

After making its show-stopping debut at Goodwood festival three years ago, the Ford GT made another appearance this year and once again shone across the entire weekend. 

The Drivers

Ford’s presence on the track was just as prolific as it was off this year, with a number of drivers participating in a variety of driving classes throughout the weekend. Ford Chip Ganassi drivers Andy Priaulx and Harry Tincknell got behind the wheel of the road-going version of the Ford GT, as they took to the Goodwood hillclimb in one of the star vehicles in the Supercar class.  

Last, but by no means least, was drift king Vaughn Gittin Jr., who took to the Goodwood circuit in the festival’s first ever Drift event in his Mustang RTR, knocking back competition to win the weekend prize and cement his regal standing in the Drift category.

Vaughn Gittin Jr. makes a smoking start to his ascent up the Goodwood Hill.