Festival of Speed - Nick Heidfeld's 41.6 second hill climb record
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GoodwoodTV looks back to Nick Heidfeld's course record hill climb of 41.6
seconds at the Festival of Speed in 1999.
To mark the fastest recorded hill climb time of 41.6 seconds to the top by
Nick Heidfeld in 1999, make sure you check out our new range of 2012 FOS
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F1 Cars tackle the Goodwood Hill Climb
F1 cars tackle the difficult 1.16 Goodwood Hill Climb in a timed challenge
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Rod Millen Pikes Peak Tacoma in 45secs at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2003
Rod Driving his awesome Pikes Peak Tacoma at Goodwood 2003.
Amazingly he didn't set the fastest time that year, that honour went to
Graeme Wight Jr, in his Gould Cosworth.
Still, an amazing time. Hope you can crack 44 this year Rod. You're the
highlight of the FOS for me.
For the Record, the Car has been timed at 0-60MPH in 2.8 Secs, and 0-100MPH
in 4.9 Secs. 0-130MPH in 8.3 Secs. It produces over 850BHP, has 500 lb Ft
of Torque and the engine is 2.1 Litres, turbocharged, with a compression ratio of 8.5:1.
The Car weighs just 886 KG!!
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Williams at the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed
This year's Goodwood Festival of Speed will be honouring Frank Williams' 40
years of competing in world motorsport. Taking three running cars and a
host of static display cars, this film charts the team's preparation for
the Festival which will be held on July 4th and 5th 2009.
Silk Cut Jaguar XJR 9's Engine being tested pre-race at the Silversone Classic 2011
Here's the TWR 6995cc, 690bhp Naturally Aspirated V12 engine being run and
tested prior to going out on the track at the Silverstone Classic, Group C
This XJR 9 is chassis number 188, built by TWR in summer 1987. It ran as
car 21 at Le Mans, driven by Price Cobb, Davy Jones and Danny Sullivan,
finishing third, alongside the 1st and 2nd Jaguars