What is the Goodwood Festival of Speed, are tickets still available and which celebrities may attend?

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Tom Cruise, David Beckham and Caitlyn Jenner have all been spotted at the Goodwood Festival of Speed over the years

The annual Goodwood Festival of Speed is back and this year’s 30th anniversary is set to be even bigger and better than ever before. 

It’s the world’s biggest celebration of motorsport and cars featuring modern and historic motor racing vehicles taking part in a hill climb and other events including the Red Arrows. So even if you're not into motors there are still plenty of things to do. It’s the number one place to meet your motorsport heroes from Formula One and MOTO GP and  see iconic road and race cars. 

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Sponsored by Mastercard the festival which first began in 1993 will see the biggest racers of all time past and present including McLaren drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri along with Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant from the Williams racing team will be there over the four day weekend. Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull will also be showcasing various cars from their history.

The event starts on Thursday July 13 until Sunday July 16 and is held at the Goodwood House in West Sussex. The estate is owned by Charles Gordon-Lennox, Duke of Richmond and the house is surrounded by beautiful parkland. The stunning venue is also used for wedding ceremonies throughout the year. 

There are many A-Lister stars that are often spotted at the event. In 2021 before heading over to Wimbledon Hollywood actor Tom Cruise who also loves the Grand Prix was seen at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Former footballer David Beckham and his son Romeo Beckham have previously attended. 

Media personality Caitlyn Jenner and model Jodie Kidd have also been seen at Goodwood. Even British actor Hugh Grant and singing superstar Beyoncé have been seen at the event according to Tatler

Unfortunately tickets are completely sold out for this year but you can still watch all the coverage on the Sky Sports F1 YouTube channel. 

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