Goodwood Festival of Speed Postponed to 2021June 17, 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, one of the largest automobile festivals in Europe this year will not take place.
Unfortunately, the Goodwood Festival of Speed will not take place in 2020. Even if a pandemic worldwide declines, measures of social distance will still prevent a large number of fans of fast and rare cars from gathering in one place.
Now the event will be held only in September 2021. According to the organizers of the event, tickets purchased for the 2020 festival will be valid next year. At the same time, the creators of the festival came up with another “trick” – the Goodwood Fans Association. At its core, this is a club, which you can join at a time by making a certain amount. For this money, a club member can count on a sign with his own name on the path or a planted tree in a new park northwest of the highway.
It is noted that visitors who bought a ticket for the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2020 will be able to exchange it for membership in the Goodwood Fan Association. By the way, in 2020, the traditional part of the Festival may take place – a race that will be shown in online broadcasting mode.
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