Event | 03 July 2015

Renault on english time at Goodwood

It's been a tradition since 1993: early summer is the season for prestige cars and high speed, as thousands of fans flock southwards across England for the yearly Festival of Speed at Goodwood. Motor enthusiasts met up from 25 to 28 June this year to admire some truly exceptional cars, at an event that drew an audience approaching 200,000, there to enjoy the famous hill climb and stroll around the stands, seeping up the atmosphere and getting a close look at the cars.
by Groupe Renault

Over the years, Goodwood has also become a key fixture in carmakers' calendars: a precious opportunity for unveiling new models and enchanting the public with a look back at some historic cars. Enjoy some pictures we have selected for you from the event!

GOODWOOD-7For this edition we were back with sports models such as the Renault Sport R.S. 01, the brand new Renault Clio R.S. 220 EDC Trophy, and Renault Mégane RS 275 Trophy. And naturally enough, it was making the most of the event to show off new arrival Renault Kadjar, along with New Twingo and Renault Twizy.

Historic Renaults in the hill climb were the 1902 Type K, the record-breaking Renault 40 CV Type NM from 1926, the 1975 Renault 17 Groupe 5, and the 1984 Renault 5 Maxi Turbo. Also on show were some fabulous Renault Formula One racers: RS 10 F1 (1979), RE 40 F1 (1983) and R 25 F1 (2005).

Celebrating an action-packed history that spans 115 years, our brand was at Goodwood alongside some of the most prestigious cars in the world, such as the 1050-bhp Ferrari FXX K, the Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach package, the Aston Martin Vulcan and the Koenigsegg One:1 and Regera.


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