Watch 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed on live stream right here

This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed starts today and for four days there will be plenty of action from new car debuts to the famous hill climb event on Sunday.

It is certainly the best automotive event in the UK and if possible we highly recommend anyone to check it out in person. Obviously it is little too late to make travel plans and buy the tickets, though if you act fast enough you could be there for the weekend, enjoying some of the best that the motoring world offers today.

In case you can’t make it there and are curious to see what’s going on there, then check out these live streams below. The event organizers are putting all four days live on YouTube and all you have to do is click play below, sit back and experience the spirit of Goodwood behind your digital screen.

Today is a slower day, but tomorrow things get more interesting with Bonham auctions and surely the highlight of the whole event is the Goodwood Hill Climb, where Sebastian Loeb in the Peugeot 208 T16 is planning a new record. Other exclusive cars taking part of the famous hill climb include a special Maserati MC12 and Koenigsegg Agera One:1.

Thursday 26th June live stream:

Friday 27th June live stream:

Saturday 28th June live stream:

Sunday 29th June live stream:


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