Goodwood Festival of Speed: Who’s Driving What

This weekend is the Goodwood Festival of Speed is just days away, and final details of what’s to be expected in its incredible lineup are now becoming finalized. To that end, Goodwood has released a comprehensive list of celebrity drivers and the cars they’ll be piloting to the top of the hill. 

Giacomo Agostini 15-time Motorcycle Grand Prix World Champion MV Agusta  
Jack Aitken Formula 2 racer Renault Sport E20
Rene Arnoux Formula 1 race winner Renault RS01
Richard Attwood 1970 Le Mans 24hr winner, finished 2nd at 1968 Monaco Grand Prix Porsche 804
Rob Austin BTCC race winner HMS Racing Alfa Romeo Giulietta in the BTCC Shootout
Brad Baker American Flat Track rider, 2013 AMA Grand National Champion Indian FTR750
Jurgen Barth 1977 Le Mans 24hr winner For Porsche
Silvain Barrier British Superbike rider BMW S1000R
Derek Bell Five-time Le Mans 24hr winner Porsche 917K, Porsche 962 and McLaren M10B
Justin Bell Le Mans class winner and American TV presenter, son of Derek For McLaren in Michelin Supercar Run
Steve Biagioni Professional Drifter, 2009 British Champion Nissan GT-R Drift car
Ben & Tom Birchall 2017 Sidecar World Champions and Isle of Man TT lap record holders LCR sidecar outfit
Stevie Bonsey American Flat Track rider Ducati 821
Valtteri Bottas Current Mercedes F1 driver, 3-time Grand Prix winner Mercedes-Benz F1 W07 Hybrid
David Brabham 2009 Le Mans 24hr winner, ALMS champion and former F1 driver Brabham BT62, Jaguar E2A
Kenny Brack 1998 IndyCar Series winner and 1999 Indy 500 winner For McLaren Automotive
Josh Brookes 2015 British Superbike Champion and former World Superbike rider Yamaha YZF-R1 WSBK
Martin Brundle 1990 Le Mans winner, Formula 1 driver and commentator Cooper T43, Eagle-Weslake T1G
Jenson Button 2009 Formula 1 World Champion Honda RA301
James Calado FIA WEC driver, 2017 GT World Endurance Champion Ferrari FXXK
Adam Carolla American comedian, radio host, TV personality and podcaster Porsche 935
Jeffrey Carver American Flat Track rider Harley-Davidson XR750
Karun Chandhok Former Formula 1 driver for Lotus and Hispania Racing, C4 F1 presenter Williams FW26
John Cleland Two-time BTCC champion Commentating on BTCC shootout and driving BTCC cars across weekend
Rob Collard BTCC race winner BMWs in the Supercar Run
Troy Corser Two-time World Superbike champion BMW S1000R
Maria Costello First woman to stand on the podium at an Isle of Man motorcycling event – 2005 Manx GP LCR F2 sidecar outfit
Conor Cummins Finished on the podium at no fewer than 4 Isle of Man TT races Padgetts Honda
Gil de Ferran 2000 & 2001 Champ Car champion, winner of 2003 Indy 500 McLaren M23 and F1 GTR
James Deane Five-time European Drift Champion Mazda RX-7 Drift car
Peter Dumbreck Former Sportscar and DTM driver NIO EP9 electric supercar
Danny Eslick American Flat Track rider Harley-Davidson XR750
Kevin Estre Porsche WEC driver, winner of Le Mans GTE Pro in 2018 Porsche 911 RSR
Elfyn Evans WRC Rally winner, current M-Sport Driver M-Sport WRC Ford Fiesta
Gwyndaf Evans 1996 British Rally Champion See him in action at the Forest Rally Stage
Emerson Fittipaldi 2-time Formula 1 world champion, 2-time indy 500 winner and CART championship winner McLaren M23
John Fitzpatrick Three-time Le Mans class-winner with Porsche, winner of 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona, Bathurst 1000 and 1966 BSCC Champion For Porsche, including Porsche 935/78 ‘Moby Dick’
Carl Fogarty Four-time World Superbike Champion A collection of Triumphs
Chris Forsberg Reigning Formula Drift World Champion Nissan 370Z Drift car
Marino Franchitti 12 Hours of Sebring winner Singer Williams
Patrick Friesacher Former Formula 1 driver and Festival favourite Red Bull Toyota Camry, Red Bull Racing RB8
Nirei Fukuzumi Formula 2 driver for Arden Honda RA301
Christian Geistdörfer Former WRC co-driver, co-drove for Walter Röhrl and Hannu Mikkola Driving with Walter Röhrl
Marc Gene 2009 Le Mans 24hr winner, former F1 driver Ferrari F60
Vaugh Gittin Jr 2010 Formula Drift Champion Ford Mustang RTR Drift
Bill Goldberg WWE wrestler and Actor Toyota Tundra
Stuart Graham Only post-war winner of TT races on both two and four wheels Honda 4RC146
Noriyuki Haga Superbike legend Yamaha R1
Mika Hakkinen 1998 and 1999 Formula 1 World Champion For Mercedes
Nicolas Hamilton Former BTCC driver and current Clio Cup competitor Renault Clio Cup car
Dan Harper Porsche Carrera Cup GB driver Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
Brendon Hartley Two-time World Endurance champion, winner of 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours and current Toro Rosso driver Porsche 911 GT1-98
Hurley Haywood Three-time Le Mans 24hr winner For Porsche, including the 2.0-057
James Hillier Isle of Man TT winner Kawasaki ZX-10RR
Sir Chris Hoy Eleven-time World cycling champion, six-time Olympic champion, 2015 ELMS Champion Porsche Supercar
Ian Hutchinson 16-time Isle of Man TT winner Honda CBR1000R
Tom Ingram BTCC race winner Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis
Neel Jani 2016 World Endurance Champion and 24 Hours of Le Mans winner. Porsche 919 Hybrid
Tony Jardine Former Formula 1 pundit and pit reporter Forest Rally Stage commentator
Stefan Johannson 1997 Le Mans 24hr Winner, former Formula 1 & CART driver McLaren/Porsche
Gary Johnson 2-time Isle of Man TT winner A collection of Triumphs
Andrew Jordan 2013 BTCC champion West Surrey Racing BMW 125i M Sport
Dean Kearney Professional drifter, 30 Formula D podiums Dodge Viper Drift car
Jodie Kidd Fashion model and TV personality BMWs in the Supercar Run
Ian King Six-time European Top Fuel drag bike champion Riding his drag bike up the hill
Tom Kristensen Nine-time Le Mans Winner, dubbed ‘Mr Le Mans’ Audi R8 and Ford Escort Twin Cam
Robert Kubica Former Formula 1 and WRC driver Lancia 037
Bobby Labonte 2000 NASCAR champion Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Dougie Lampkin Trials Rider, winner of five consecutive World Indoor and seven consecutive World Outdoor Championships Performing in GAS
Michel Leclere Former F1 and Le Mans driver Alpine-Renault A442B
Alex Lowes 2013 British Superbike Champion, current World Superbike rider Yamaha YZF-R1 WSBK
Klaus Ludwig Three-time Le Mans 24hr winner and two-time DTM champion Mercedes-Benz 300SLR, Mercedes-Benz CLK LM, Mercedes-Benz W196
Randy Mamola Former Motorcycle Grand Prix race winner Ducati Panigale
Pierluigi Martini 1999 Le Mans 24hr winner and former Formula 1 driver BMW V12 LMR
Jochen Mass 1989 Le Mans 24hr winner and Former Formula 1 driver Porsche 962 and for Mercedes Benz Classic
John McGuinness 23-time Isle of Man TT winner Norton SG7
Alister McRae Former WRC driver, 2011 Asia-Pacific Rally Champion, son of Jimmy and brother of Colin McRae Subaru Legacy
Jimmy McRae Five-time British Rally Champion (’81, ’82, ’84, ’87 and ’88), father of Alister and Colin McRae Subaru Legacy, Ford Sierra RS Cosworth
Jared Mees American Flat Track – reigning champion Indian FTR750
Arturo Merzario Former Formula 1 driver Ferrari 156 ‘Sharknose’
Rod Millen Five-time Pikes Peak International Hillclimb winner Darracq Grand Prix, Toyota Celica
Sammy Miller Two-time European Trials Champion and motorcycle museum owner Husqvarna 500 V-Twin, BMW Rennsport, Tait Triple
Billy Monger Formula 3 driver, lost lower part of both legs in F4 crash in 2017 Carlin F3
Adam Morgan BTCC race winner Ciceley Motorsport A-Class in the BTCC Shootout
Matt Neal Three-time British Touring Car Champion Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic Type-R in the BTCC Shootout
Lando Norris Formula 2 driver for Carlin, McLaren junior driver For McLaren
Sebastien Ogier Five-time World Rally Champion M-Sport WRC Ford Fiesta
Jackie Oliver 1969 Le Mans 24hr winner, former F1 driver BRM P153
Paul O’Neill Former BTCC driver and TV Presenter BMWs in the Supercar Run
Steve Parrish Former Grand Prix Motorcycle racer and Truck racer Suzuki RGV500
Richard Petty Seven-time NASCAR Champion – “The King” Dodge Charger
Emanuele Pirro Five time Le Mans winner with Audi, two times ALMS champion also with Audi Audi R8 and Chevrolet SS
Andy Priaulx Current Ford WEC Driver, winner of three consecutive World Touring Car Championships Ford GT, Ford Mustang Bullit,
Scott Pruett Winner of eleven American Sports Car championships, Le Mans class winner Lexus RC-F GT3
Dieter Quester 1973 Le Mans 24hr class winner, FIA GT and European Formula 2 race winner BMW 3.0 CSL
Gino Rea 2009 European Superstock 600 Champion, World Supersport race winner FTR-Honda Moto2
Jonathan Rea Three-time World Superbike champion, consecutive titles and BBC Sports Personality of the Year runner-up 2017 Kawasaki
Brian Redman Legend of Sportscar racing winning the Targa Florio, 12 hours of Sebring (twice) and the Spa-Francorchamps 1000 km Lola-Ford T90 ‘Bowes Seal Fast Special’ and for Porsche
Walter Röhrl Two-time World Rally Champion and 1981 Le Mans 24hr class winner Porsche 356A 1500 GS Carrera Coupe, Porsche 911 SC ‘Paris-Dakar’
George Russell Formula 2 driver for ART, reigning GP3 champion and Mercedes test driver Mercedes-Benz F1 W07 Hybrid
Johnny Rutherford Three-time Indy 500 winner & 1980 Indycar Champion Chaparral-Cosworth 2K
Manfred Schurti Former Porsche Le Mans driver and BMW M1 Procar and Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft race winner Porsche 935/78 ‘Moby Dick’
Bernd Schneider Five-time DTM champion, 1995 ITC champion and 1997 FIA GT champion Mercedes-Benz 300SLR, Mercedes-Benz CLK LM, Mercedes-Benz W196
Bruno Senna FIA WEC driver, former F1 driver, Ayrton’s nephew For McLaren Automotive
Alexander Sims IMSA GTLM driver, GP3 race winner BMW M8 GTE
Mike Skinner 1995 NASCAR Truck Series Champion Toyota Tundra
Steve Soper 24HR Nürburgring, 24 HR Spa and Macau Race Winner BMW M3
Freddie Spencer Fast Freddie’ won both 250cc & 500cc GP Championships in 1985 Honda RS500GP
Paul Stewart Founder of Stewart Grand Prix with Sir Jackie and former British F3 driver Tyrrell 003
Mark Stewart Film director, son of Sir Jackie Tyrrell 006
Sir Jackie Stewart Three-time Formula 1 World Champion – 1969, 1971 and 1973 Lola-Ford T90 ‘Bowes Seal Fast Special’, Tyrrell 003, Tyrrell 006 and Matra MS80
Hans-Joachim Stuck Two-time Le Mans 24hr winner, 1990 DTM winner Auto Union Type C
Shayna Texter American Flat Track rider Husqvarna FC450
Colin Turkington Two-time BTCC champion BMWs in the Supercar Run
Darren Turner 2017 Le Mans class winner with Aston Martin, 2016 ELMS champion, 2011 GT1 runner-up, BTCC race winner Aston Martin GTE
Michael Van der Mark 2014 World Supersport Champion, three-time Suzuka 8 Hours winner, current Yamaha WSBK rider Yamaha YZF-R1 WSBK
Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren F1 driver, 2015 GP2 champion McLaren M23
Gijs van Lennep Two-time Le Mans 24hr winner For Porsche
Prince Leopold von Bayern Former BMW & Porsche driver, member of the Bavarian Royal Family BMW M1 Le Mans
Mark Webber 2015 World Endurance Champion, former F1 driver For Porsche
Joerg Weidinger Two-time European Hill Climb Champion BMW E36 V8 Judd
Mike Whiddet Professional Drifter and Goodwood Fan Favourite Mazda FD RX-7 ‘MADBUL’

 

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