Articles tagged Carl Fogarty

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Hamilton's day in the sun

Lewis celebrating his British GP win with the crowd at Goodwood was just one highlight of another superb Festival of Speed. Here follow some of the others Lord March couldn’t have asked for more. Just seven days after that brilliant wet-weather win in the British Grand Prix here was Lewis Hamilton at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, eager to meet his adoring public and bask in the deserved glory...

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Hamilton, Moss and more

Star drivers from every category of racing are heading to Goodwood By Ed Foster It has been confirmed that Lewis Hamilton will lead the star drivers at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. ‘Mr Motor Racing’ himself, Sir Stirling Moss, will also be in attendance alongside Sir Jackie Stewart, Jenson Button, Sébastien Bourdais, Damon Hill, Derek Bell and Jochen Mass – the only Formula 1 driver to...

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Passing Interest and Passing Ability

Most of us who are interested in fast cars have at least a passing interest in their two-wheeled counterparts. Even if that interest is confined to when we are stuck in a traffic snarl-up and one of these generously shod, sleek and thunderous machines slithers past, up to the head of the jam, and off into the distance. Then one is generally interested in being on such a bike, and not stuck in a...

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More to see as the festival goes from strength to strength

New attractions alongside the usual allure of the best competition cars and renowned drivers from around the world mean that this year’s Goodwood extravaganza shouldn’t be missed Words: Robert Stride. Photographs: James Mann It’s summer in England, and anyone who’s anyone will be on their way to Sussex for the motor racing party of the year. The Goodwood Festival of Speed has become an important...

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Better late than never

Despite his personal fortune, Riccardo Agusta had turned 40 by the time he was able to devote some serious time to motor racing. This year, he has a works team at his disposal… ”Cor. I bet that suntan goes right down to his bones," remarked one admirer when Riccardo 'Rocky' Agusta appeared in the Paul Ricard circuit paddock. Stockily built, with a mane of golden hair, the 44 year-old looks every...

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Goodwood festival fo speed review

In just eight years, the Goodwood festival of Speed has become the biggest historic motorsport event in the world. The annual festival on the drive of Goodwood House in Sussex is a huge celebration of the sport, spanning every conceivable era. Last year more than 100,000 fans visited the event, taking the unique opportunity to get close to the stars and cars. Held over July 6-8, it regularly...

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Mat Oxley – MotoGP

Italy’s other red star Ducati is a remarkable company. It builds just 40,000 bikes each year and yet it can humble the combined might of the Japanese industry in motorcycling’s biggest race series. The little Italian marque’s domination of last year’s MotoGP World Championship was undoubtedly its greatest success in six decades of existence, cementing the legend that it is the ‘Ferrari of...

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Festival's themes

Mercedes-Benz's centenary and a pageant marking the 50 years since Ferrari's maiden GP victory are the key themes of the ninth Festival of Speed in Goodwood Park, guaranteeing a bevy of stars and cars on 6-8 July. Other anniversaries celebrated under the event's evocative title 'The Will to Win', include 90 years of the Indianapolis 500 and the Brabham marques 40th birthday, both of which will...

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Insight: Italy's victory V

Blkes were a way out of the war — but one genus made it a path to glory Until a USAF bombing raid flattened its factory in 1944 Ducati had manufactured electronic goods, but after the war the Ducati brothers thought they might do better by building cheap, utilitarian motorcycles. Ducati's first bike, Il Cucciolo (the Puppy) was certainly utilitarian. A bicycle with a tiny engine attached (above...

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