GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED.

23-26 June 2022.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2022 is set to be one of the most exciting with exclusive model unveilings, 50 years of BMW M celebrations and access to some of BMW’s latest and greatest vehicles.

Discover the must-see destinations spanning across the four-day festival and how you can get involved (even if you are not actually there).

CELEBRATING
BMW M.

In honour of the 50 Years of M celebrations, the iconic Central Feature will highlight BMW models from the past, present and future. These will include the legendary BMW 3.0 CSL, the BMW M1 Procar from the 1970s, a WTCC BMW 3 Series E90, the Le Mans winning 1999 BMW V12 LMR, and the new BMW M LMDh race car.

Frank van Meel, CEO of BMW M, said: “There can be no better place to celebrate our 50th anniversary than among our fans at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, surrounded by the iconic cars that have cemented our position in motorsport history.”

FESTIVAL OF FIRSTS.

The unveiling of the first ever BMW M3 Competition Touring at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which is also a world premier, is one of many BMW models making a first appearance. The recently launched BMW M4 CSL will also make its debut, while the BMW iX1 and BMW i7 will be treating festival-goers to a first glance.

WELCOME TO
BMW M TRACKSIDE. 

No visit to the Goodwood festival is complete without a pop into BMW M Trackside. Boasting the best of BMW M, visitors can enjoy a close-up look at a raft of classics such as the BMW M3 E30, the BMW M3 CSL E46, the BMW M5 CS, the BMW M4 GT3, the new BMW M850i Convertible and the innovative electric BMW i4 M50. And keep an eye out for the isonic BMW M1, which will be crowning the BMW M Trackside pavilion.

PLENTY OF SPARK 
AT THE STABLE.

Keeping in tradition, The Stable Yard will once again display the very latest electric and plug-in hybrid BMW models. These state-of-the-art models help define BMW i's Vision Circular message, which is all about BMW becoming the most sustainable manufacturer.

Visitors can also get up close to the BMW iX, the new BMW i7, the new BMW M760e plug-in hybrid, and also the BMW iX M60, a fully-electric Sports Activity Vehicle, which will be taking part in Friday’s ‘Electric Only’ Motor Circuit Test Drives.



 

MASTERS OF THE HILL.

The iconic and historic Hill Climb will see a vast array of BMW models; however, the most notable car to be seen in 2022 might not be what you would expect thanks to the first-ever M3 Touring Safety Car. Amongst many notable entrants, with the help of the BMW Group Classic, Pedro Piquet (BRA), son of three-time F1 World Champion Nelson Piquet, will drive the world’s first turbo-charged F1 World Champion car, the 1983 Brabham BMW BT52. Other standout models to look out for include the BMW V12 LMR, BMW 635CSi and BMW Z4 GTR, which features the Michel Vaillant Design from the 2015 Spa-Francorchamps 24h race.

JOIN IN THE CELEBRATIONS.

Whether you are at the Goodwood Festival of Speed or not, you can still see what’s happening and get involved. Using #WeAreM, you can see and share in all the fun. 

 

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