Toyota Racing to Goodwood

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This year's Festival of Speed to include Toyota competition machinery from Le Mans, WRC, NASCAR and more.

Toyota’s rich motor racing heritage will be on display at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Japanese automaker has confirmed that it will be bringing a variety of touring, endurance racing and rally cars when the festival kicks off in the UK mid July. Among the many cars Toyota is bringing will be five WRC-spec Celica and Corolla rally cars, the TS010, TS020 and latest TS030 Le Mans prototypes, the Avensis racer from the British Touring Car Championship, a NASCAR-spec Camry, Pikes Peak Tacoma and more.

Other highlights will be a variety of GT86 racers, including the one Gazoo raced at the Nurburgring and the R3 rally and GT4 versions as well as the FT-86 Open concept, joined by the historic AE86 rally car. The Lexus division will also be making its first official appearance at Goodwood, bringing Gazoo Racing’s LFA (to join the aforementioned GT86) and the new IS300h F Sport sedan. All in all, the Festival of Speed this year is shaping up as an absolute smorgasbord of Toyota-made racers.

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