goodwood speedweek

goodwood speedweek

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Fundoreen

Original Poster:

1,756 posts

41 months

Friday 16th October
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you figure it out

Baron Greenback

4,784 posts

108 months

Friday 16th October
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Some nice classic on there! ITV4 live may of help on title!

Killer2005

17,807 posts

186 months

Friday 16th October
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Some beautiful stuff in the Gerry Marshall trophy race

Kraken

1,534 posts

158 months

Friday 16th October
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Better on the official website track stream than ITV4 or YouTube. No adverts and the stream quality is better.

aeropilot

22,404 posts

185 months

Saturday 17th October
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Stig at 72 years old putting the 427 Galaxie on pole and then winning the St.Mary's laughcoolbow

59Impala

62 posts

109 months

Saturday 17th October
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What you said for he is The Stig.

614-HSO

157 posts

6 months

Saturday 17th October
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Watching this now, that last race the classic touring cars was excellent, I wanted that red Cortina I think it was to beat that gold Studebaker though, also Tiff Needle was in the race as well as Rowan Atkinson.

That electric drift car looked a bit of a effort to handle though, I wonder if weight is an issue for it?

I see that Becky Evans / QueenB is presenting as well.

Crafty_

11,708 posts

158 months

Saturday 17th October
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The racing is great, but the extended adverts for manufacturers thats on now is boring. I wonder how much the manufacturers pay for this and FOS to drive their cars around and have presenters pretend to be interested.

Baron Greenback

4,784 posts

108 months

Saturday 17th October
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Just catching up on live youtube and just watch the John player special come (no spoiler) of the time attack , just after Jag Silk cut not too far behind! Worth a watch!

614-HSO

157 posts

6 months

Saturday 17th October
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Baron Greenback said:
Just catching up on live youtube and just watch the John player special come (no spoiler) of the time attack , just after Jag Silk cut not too far behind! Worth a watch!
Do you have a link?

ninepoint2

2,588 posts

118 months

Saturday 17th October
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614-HSO said:
Watching this now, that last race the classic touring cars was excellent, I wanted that red Cortina I think it was to beat that gold Studebaker though, also Tiff Needle was in the race as well as Rowan Atkinson.

That electric drift car looked a bit of a effort to handle though, I wonder if weight is an issue for it?

I see that Becky Evans / QueenB is presenting as well.
The red Cortina was driven by Andy Jordan, loved his skills in getting around corners, on board footage made it look like very hard work. A bit more straight line speed and he would have taken the Studebaker I reckon

ArnageWRC

1,168 posts

117 months

Saturday 17th October
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aeropilot said:
Stig at 72 years old putting the 427 Galaxie on pole and then winning the St.Mary's laughcoolbow
Great isn't it? And his son, Tom always seems impressed....

Jaaws

159 posts

59 months

Sunday 18th October
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Just watching the classic F1 cars gathering in the paddock for their parade laps. How come there are so many Barbour-wearing hunting shooting fishing types wandering around? They don’t seem to be part of the support teams, judging by the way they are dressed mad

johnoz

720 posts

150 months

Sunday 18th October
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Jaaws said:
Just watching the classic F1 cars gathering in the paddock for their parade laps. How come there are so many Barbour-wearing hunting shooting fishing types wandering around? They don’t seem to be part of the support teams, judging by the way they are dressed mad
I thought the same too..


614-HSO

157 posts

6 months

Sunday 18th October
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Jaaws said:
Just watching the classic F1 cars gathering in the paddock for their parade laps. How come there are so many Barbour-wearing hunting shooting fishing types wandering around? They don’t seem to be part of the support teams, judging by the way they are dressed mad
People that go to watch get dressed up in old type clothes.

No ideas for a name

773 posts

44 months

Sunday 18th October
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614-HSO said:
People that go to watch get dressed up in old type clothes.
Jaaws point was that no one who isn't directly connected to the event should be there.

Riley Blue

16,996 posts

184 months

Sunday 18th October
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No ideas for a name said:
Jaaws point was that no one who isn't directly connected to the event should be there.
... and it's not the Revival.

ettore

2,967 posts

210 months

Sunday 18th October
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johnoz said:
Jaaws said:
Just watching the classic F1 cars gathering in the paddock for their parade laps. How come there are so many Barbour-wearing hunting shooting fishing types wandering around? They don’t seem to be part of the support teams, judging by the way they are dressed mad
I thought the same too..
What chippy crap.

They’ll be involved in some way, car owners/drivers not in that race, organisers etc etc.

Honestly, is that what you really notice?!

ettore

2,967 posts

210 months

Sunday 18th October
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Crafty_ said:
The racing is great, but the extended adverts for manufacturers thats on now is boring. I wonder how much the manufacturers pay for this and FOS to drive their cars around and have presenters pretend to be interested.
Enjoying the free livestream?

Jaaws

159 posts

59 months

Sunday 18th October
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ettore said:
What chippy crap.

They’ll be involved in some way, car owners/drivers not in that race, organisers etc etc.

Honestly, is that what you really notice?!
Yes, it is. I'm just envious really, Goodwood have several hundred quid of mine in ticket fees, I wish it were me wandering around laugh