F1 Teams Will Light Up The 2022 Goodwood Festival Of Speed

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It sure will be a treat to see these cars head up the 1.16-mile course.

This year's Formula One season is off to a stellar start despite us only being two races in. The inaugural race at Bahrain saw a satisfying 1-2 finish for Ferrari while both Red Bulls concluded with a DNF due to technical issues. The energy drink team reeled things back in at Saudi Arabia after a stellar dog fight between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.

There are still 21 races to go so anything nothing is set in stone yet, but we're sure that there are many die-hard Ferrari supporters that are gleaming at the fact that their historic team has become competitive once again. In a bid to further expand on the increasing appeal that the sport has been receiving globally, it has been confirmed that five Formula 1 cars will be taking to this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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There shouldn't be any need to clarify that this will not be an official race of the season but rather a showcase for the illustrious event that takes place in the Duke of Richmond's backyard every year. Already confirmed for the event set to take place in June are McLaren, Mercedes-AMG, Ferrari, and Williams. The fifth team is yet to be announced, together with which drivers will be attending. Some might argue that this will be quite a bit more exciting than seeing a Ferrari SF90 Stradale charge up the hill.

These teams will be showcased in a special Formula 1 pit lane with a unique space where attendees can watch the drivers and engineers prepare for their run up the 1.16-mile route, as they would on a usual race day. These cars will be a perfect inclusion for this year's 'The Innovators - Masterminds of Motorsport' theme.

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"The incredible spectacle of Formula 1 has long been a central part of what makes the Festival of Speed so unmissable, and it has been a privilege to see so many different cars and drivers at the event since teams first attended in 1994," said the Duke of Richmond.

"We're proud that in a year where we will be spotlighting innovation in motorsport we can create a place for fans to examine the developments throughout the different eras of Formula 1 that brought us to this point. We can't wait to welcome the teams to Goodwood this summer and are looking forward to the incredible sights and sounds of legendary Formula 1 machines and drivers taking to the hillclimb once again."

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