Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013 Highlights (HD)
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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!!
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013 Highlights
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Festival of Speed - The 2013 Festival of Speed theme celebrated the best
of the first 20 years of this, the world's most popular motor sport and car
culture event. Goodwood focused on highlights from the Festival's
glittering history, featuring the biggest, best, fastest, loudest and most
outrageous vehicles of all time.
Goodwood recaptured many of the outstanding Festival of Speed moments from
the 1993-2012 era, with great cars from around the world making a rare
return to the UK; famous car/driver pairings reunited, for a weekend not to
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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
merchandise at the Goodwood Shop or visit our online shop
Goodwood Festival of Speed Nissan Juke two wheel record
Visit http://www.drive.co.uk - Nissan set its sights on claiming a new
record at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011 on 1-3 July. The amazing
drive of the NIssan Juke by stunt driver Terry Grant looked effortless. The
4x4 hustled past at a reasonable pace up the hill to become the fastest
four-wheeled machine to climb the entire course using just two wheels.
Highly impressive, although the record Nissan wanted to break was to send
the Nissan Leaf, which can do 90mph in reverse due to its electric motors
be driven up the Goodwood Hill backwards. This attempt was considered too
risky on safety grounds for the Goodwood course.
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.
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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