The Goodwood Circuit in Chichester, England announced via press release on Friday, May 9, the introduction of a new website for fans and participants interested in the estate's various motor sport activities. Called "Goodwood Road & Racing," the circuit says the site will be the "destination for all those who share Goodwood’s enthusiasm for speed and style, and a passion for motoring and motor sport in the grand tradition." The site is available at www.grrc.goodwood.com.
Goodwood Road & Racing will provide "definitive information and live coverage of Goodwood’s iconic motor sport events, starting with the Festival of Speed on June 26-29 and continuing with the Revival and Members’ Meeting."
In addition, the site will include Goodwood's pick of the "world’s globally-significant collectors’ and sporting events, the most interesting daily features, the best in video content and image galleries, plus colorful articles from past and present." All features will be "served with the distinctive ‘Goodwood Twist,'" according to the release.
The new website will also provide an online home for the Goodwood Road Racing Club (GRRC) with a dedicated section of the site set aside for members.
Jason Boswell, General Manager, Digital, stated: “With Goodwood Road and Racing we have created a single online destination where anyone who shares our enthusiasm for iconic motorsports, the greatest cars and bikes, with just a twist of the unusual, can get a daily update of what they love on their desktop or tablet, and on our Goodwood YouTube channel and social networks, where we’ll have our weekly videos and photo galleries."
Goodwood is world-renowned for two of its annual motor sporting events, in particular that are of interest to historic racing enthusiasts -- the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival. This year, according, to Goodwood, the Festival of Speed takes place June 26-29 and the Revival will happen on September 12-14.