Goodwood FoS previous winners

Goodwood FoS previous winners

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robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Monday 18th July 2016
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Afternoon all,

I'd previously put a post up in the general motorsport section, and then someone suggested that this section might be a better home for it.

http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&a...

I'm trying to compile a full list of previous FoS Shootout winners and times. I've got about 3/4 of the way through, so I'm hoping people might be able to fill in the blanks - I've heard that there's a book or something that GRRC members get which might have the info?

So far we have -

2016 - Olly Clark, 46.23s
2015 - Olly Clark, 44.91s
2014 - Sebastien Loeb, 44.6s
2013 - Justin Law, 45.95s
2012 - Anthony Reid, 46.46s
2011 - Dan Collins, 48.52s (thanks to myvtecgoesbwaah)
2010 - Roger Wills, 47.15s
2009 - Justin Law, 44.4s
2008 - Justin Law, 44.19s
2007 -
2006 -
2005 -
2004 - Justin Law (thanks to DCLXIV)
2003 - Graeme Wright, 42.9s
2002 - Rod Millen (DCLXIV again)
2001 -
2000 - Martin Stretton (DCLXIV again)
1999 - Nick Heidfeld, 41.6s (still quickest outright)
1998 -
1997 - Nick Heidfeld, 47.3s (ta to Marshalla)
1996 - Jonathan Palmer, 45.0s (Marshalla again)
1995 -
1994 - Martin Brundle (thanks to Eric Mc)
1993 -

Thanks in advance!

t955daytona

266 posts

118 months

Tuesday 19th July 2016
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Not sure how to edit so here goes.

There are not results in the books for 1993-1997.

1998 was Nick Heidfeld in Mclaren-Mercedes MP4/12 48.30s
2001 was David Franklin in Ferrari 712 48.26s
2005 was Justin Law in Jaguar XJR147.96s
2006 was Richard Lyons in Nissan 350Z GT500 49.51s
2007 was Anthony Reid in Nissan 350Z GT500 53.78s (WET)

These are all out of the books and as already stated before 1998 there was no results listed, 2007 was not great weekend weather wise. I have witnessed numerous runs by Justin Law over the years and they stand out for me as epic especially considering the size of the Group C Jaguars.

robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Tuesday 19th July 2016
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Thanks to t955daytona for the big update! and the times for 2000, 2002 and 2004

2016 - Olly Clark, 46.23s
2015 - Olly Clark, 44.91s
2014 - Sebastien Loeb, 44.6s
2013 - Justin Law, 45.95s
2012 - Anthony Reid, 46.46s
2011 - Dan Collins, 48.52s (thanks to myvtecgoesbwaah)
2010 - Roger Wills, 47.15s
2009 - Justin Law, 44.4s
2008 - Justin Law, 44.19s
2007 - Anthony Reid, 53.78s
2006 - Richard Lyons, 49.51s
2005 - Justin Law, 47.96s
2004 - Justin Law, 49.26s
2003 - Graeme Wright, 42.9s
2002 - Rod Millen, 47.4s
2001 - David Franklin, 48.26s
2000 - Martin Stretton, 45.05s
1999 - Nick Heidfeld, 41.6s (still quickest outright)
1998 - Nick Heidfeld, 48.30s
1997 - Nick Heidfeld, 47.3s (ta to Marshalla)
1996 - Jonathan Palmer, 45.0s (Marshalla again)
1995 -
1994 - Martin Brundle (thanks to Eric Mc)
1993 -

I thought my mate Olly was doing well by getting back-to-back wins, I didn't realise though that Justin Law had taken it 5 times and "Quick Nick" 3 times......I'll tell him he needs to up his game for the years to come and move past Anthony Reid's score!!

Edited by robstopper on Tuesday 19th July 11:13

t955daytona

266 posts

118 months

Tuesday 19th July 2016
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2000 is Tyrell-Cosworth P34 45.05s
2002 is Toyota Celica Pikes Peak 47.40s
2004 is Jaguar XJR12 49.26s

robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Wednesday 20th July 2016
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Updated list, just the first three years to complete now. Thanks to all the contributors!

2016 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 46.23s
2015 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 44.91s
2014 - Sebastien Loeb, Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak, 44.6s
2013 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 45.95s
2012 - Anthony Reid, Chevron GR8 GT3, 46.46s
2011 - Dan Collins, Lotus Cosworth 88, 48.52s
2010 - Roger Wills, Williams Cosworth FW05, 47.15s
2009 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.4s
2008 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.19s
2007 - Anthony Reid, Nissan 350Z GT500, 53.78s
2006 - Richard Lyons, Nissan 350Z GT500, 49.51s
2005 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 47.96s
2004 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 49.26s
2003 - Graeme Wight, Gould GR51, 42.9s
2002 - Rod Millen, Toyota Celica Pikes Peak, 47.4s
2001 - David Franklin, Ferrari 712, 48.26s
2000 - Martin Stretton, Tyrrell P34, 45.05s
1999 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/13, 41.6s (still quickest outright)
1998 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/12, 48.30s
1997 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/11B, 47.3s
1996 - Jonathan Palmer, Williams FW07B, 45.0s
1995 -
1994 - Martin Brundle, McLaren F1 from 1994?
1993 -

Edited by robstopper on Tuesday 26th July 08:44

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ecsrobin

9,227 posts

100 months

Wednesday 20th July 2016
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That's a good list for Wikipedia.

Lynchie999

2,621 posts

88 months

Wednesday 20th July 2016
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robstopper said:


2003 - Graeme Wright, Gould GR51, 42.9s
this time suggests that the modern hillclimbers could be heidfelds time... if they were invited! scratchchin


rolleyes

ruaricoles

868 posts

160 months

Monday 25th July 2016
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It's Graeme Wight, by the way (not Wright)

They're quick cars those things!

robstopper

Original Poster:

68 posts

98 months

Tuesday 26th July 2016
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edited, thanks.

robstopper

Original Poster:

68 posts

98 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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2017 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12D, 46.13s
2016 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 46.23s
2015 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 44.91s
2014 - Sebastien Loeb, Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak, 44.6s
2013 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 45.95s
2012 - Anthony Reid, Chevron GR8 GT3, 46.46s
2011 - Dan Collins, Lotus Cosworth 88, 48.52s
2010 - Roger Wills, Williams Cosworth FW05, 47.15s
2009 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.4s
2008 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.19s
2007 - Anthony Reid, Nissan 350Z GT500, 53.78s
2006 - Richard Lyons, Nissan 350Z GT500, 49.51s
2005 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 47.96s
2004 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 49.26s
2003 - Graeme Wight, Gould GR51, 42.9s
2002 - Rod Millen, Toyota Celica Pikes Peak, 47.4s
2001 - David Franklin, Ferrari 712, 48.26s
2000 - Martin Stretton, Tyrrell P34, 45.05s
1999 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/13, 41.6s (still quickest outright)
1998 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/12, 48.30s
1997 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/11B, 47.3s
1996 - Jonathan Palmer, Williams FW07B, 45.0s
1995 -
1994 - Martin Brundle, McLaren F1 from 1994?
1993 -

Updated with yesterday's win for Justin Law

Juicetin1

317 posts

125 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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Very good list that. I'm always wondering why modern hill climbers like Scott Moran aren't invited, I think theres a very real chance the hill record would go. His Gould has around 200hp more than GW Jr's although the V8 is a fair bit heavier than the old V6.
Also surprised that Olly Clark didn't get invited back this year, with over 900hp now from Gobstopper 2 and good weather conditions it would have been interesting to see if he could have bettered Loeb's time.

ecsrobin

9,227 posts

100 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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Variety is why he didn’t get an invite back I’d assume.

robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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^^ this.

Matt and Olly weren't expecting to be invited back for a third attempt until the new car is built and ready. Nobody has ever won it more than two years running in the same car (Heidfeld's triple wins were in different cars), the organisers like to vary things if they can. They'd have leapt at the chance if they'd been invited, but it gives them time to get the new weapon built, and hope to be back in 2018 smile

ukaskew

4,372 posts

156 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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Juicetin1 said:
Very good list that. I'm always wondering why modern hill climbers like Scott Moran aren't invited, I think theres a very real chance the hill record would go.
I don't think they have any interest in anyone getting close to the record. Whilst it's generally a safe place it's clearly not built to permanent hill climb standards. The main corners are well protected but everywhere else is only one bale high and two deep.

There are few circuits or climbs that have genuinely uncomfortable places to stand any more (Castle Combe had one until a few years back), but FoS has several that a big freak accident in one of those locations doesn't bear thinking about.

robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Monday 3rd July 2017
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I think you're right there. The commentators alluded to as much yesterday in giving a reason why the contemporary F1 cars don't do timed runs anymore - you only need to watch the video of Heidfeld's record time to know how on-the-limit he was. The timed section is only one part of the festival not the sole raison d'etre, so it's not an out-and-out competitive event, like Harewood or Shelsley Walsh

BobTurner

361 posts

145 months

Tuesday 4th July 2017
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BobTurner

361 posts

145 months

Tuesday 4th July 2017
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BobTurner

361 posts

145 months

Tuesday 4th July 2017
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Hope this helps smile

NDA

14,960 posts

160 months

Tuesday 4th July 2017
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BobTurner said:
Hope this helps smile
I think it probably does. smile

Good work.

robstopper

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68 posts

98 months

Tuesday 4th July 2017
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Thanks Bob, you're a legend!! List now complete and up to date as of this year

2017 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12D, 46.13s
2016 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 46.23s
2015 - Olly Clark, Subaru Impreza "Gobstopper II", 44.91s
2014 - Sebastien Loeb, Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak, 44.6s
2013 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 45.95s
2012 - Anthony Reid, Chevron GR8 GT3, 46.46s
2011 - Dan Collins, Lotus Cosworth 88, 48.52s
2010 - Roger Wills, Williams Cosworth FW05, 47.15s
2009 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.4s
2008 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR8/9, 44.19s
2007 - Anthony Reid, Nissan 350Z GT500, 53.78s (wet)
2006 - Richard Lyons, Nissan 350Z GT500, 49.51s
2005 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 47.96s
2004 - Justin Law, Jaguar XJR12, 49.26s
2003 - Graeme Wight, Gould GR51, 42.9s
2002 - Rod Millen, Toyota Celica Pikes Peak, 47.4s
2001 - David Franklin, Ferrari 712, 48.26s
2000 - Martin Stretton, Tyrrell P34, 45.05s
1999 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/13, 41.6s (still quickest outright)
1998 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/12, 48.30s
1997 - Nick Heidfeld, McLaren MP4/11B, 47.3s
1996 - Jonathan Palmer, Williams FW07B, 45.0s
1995 - Jonathan Palmer, Williams FW08B, 46.06s
1994 - Martin Brundle, McLaren MP4/9, 47.80s
1993 - Willie Green, Surtees Cosworth TS20 56.3s