HONDA festival of Speed

Wed.06.May.2015 UTC

Catch up with all the action from the world’s biggest motoring garden party where Formula One legends Jenson Button and Damon Hill mix with celebs over classic and modern motors

It’s one of the biggest weekends in the British motorsport diary and this year racing legends, celebrities and thousands of motorsport fans indulged their love of motors at the annual Goodwood of Speed Festival.

Formula One royalty such as Jenson Button and Damon Hill and celebs like Denise van Outen mixed with motoring enthusiasts as classic engines, cars of the future and plenty of interactive games and testing were on display.

Honda showcased its illustrious motorsport history and winning heritage at this year’s Festival. The famous Honda RA272 – the car used in the 1965 F1 season, and the Honda powered - McLaren MP4/4 F1 car driven by Ayrton Senna in 1988 took on the infamous Goodwood Hill climb. The NSX supercar and new Civic Type R concept models were also on display.

Visitors to the Honda stand also experienced an interactive gaming challenge and even got to ride a selection of the company’s latest off-road motorcycles on a specially created course just next to the famed Goodwood Hillclimb.