2020 Goodwood SpeedWeek live stream: watch Day 3 here

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Watch all of the action from the inaugural Goodwood SpeedWeek free of charge this weekend, with a live stream of the races and features

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The third day pf Goodwood SpeedWeek starts early, with the 8.40am Richmond and Gordon Trophy for 1954-’60 grand prix cars, beginning a day of non-stop racing and demonstration runs.

The second part of the St Mary’s Trophy returns, hopefully in the same vein as yesterday with close-quarters racing in skitterish ’60 saloon cars. There’s the final of the Shootout, which yesterday saw a lap of less than 70 seconds, plus the promise of a race between a Formula E car, electric motorcycle and drone.

Scroll down for the full timetable of track action, which is being streamed live and free of charge.


How to watch Goodwood SpeedWeek

Throughout the weekend, Motor Sport will be live streaming the entire event here. All three days will be streamed so there’s no need to worry about missing a thing as we’ll have you covered from start to finish. You’ll see all of the main races plus additional features.

You can also tune in to the SpeedWeek stream at speedweek.goodwood.com, for non-stop coverage of every moment on track.

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There will also be TV coverage on ITV4 on Friday. Two hours of live broadcasting will include ’70s touring cars battling it out in the Gerry Marshall Trophy.

Coverage resumes on ITV4 at 2pm on Saturday, with a track guide from Mark Webber and Molly Pettit; qualifying for the SpeedWeek Shootout, featuring supercars, F1 cars and prototypes on the Goodwood Circuit; plus the first part of the classic St Mary’s Trophy with touring cars from the ’60s.

Some of the final races on Sunday will be broadcast on ITV1 from 2pm, including the Lavant Cup for pre-1960s sports cars and the Shootout where the fastest driver round the track will be crowned.

Saturday 17 Oct timetable

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Goodwood SpeedWeek track schedule: Saturday Show Hide

8.10 St Mary’s Trophy Part Two Official Practice
8.40 Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy Official Practice
9.20 Whitsun Trophy Official Practice
9.50 Richmond and Gordon Trophies Official Practice
10.20 Jaguar Head-to-Head: XK120 vs iPace vs Formula
E car
10.35 BMW Motorsport Demonstration
10.55 RAC TT Celebration Official Practice
11.45 Race 4: Glover Trophy
12.15 Formula 1’s 70th Anniversary
12.35 Tom Walkinshaw Racing’s Jaguar Demonstration
12.55 Driftkhana Part 1
13.35 Race 5: Whitsun Trophy
14.10 The Shootout Qualifying

Qualifying for The Shootout begins in the afternoon back on the track, with road cars, GTs and F1 machinery taking on the stopwatch. If the weather holds and it’s a sunny afternoon, prepare to watch the records fall.

15.05 Race 6: St Mary’s Trophy Part One
15.35 Driftkhana Part 2
16.05 Michelin Supercar Run
16.20 First Glance
16.35 Sir Stirling Moss Tribute
16.50 Race 7: Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy

Renamed from the Kinrara Trophy in honour of Sir Stirling Moss, this race will pit pre-1963 closed-cockpit GT cars against one another for an hour-long race, with Jaguar E-Types going head-to-head with Ferrari 250 GTs and many more.

Sunday 18 Oct timetable

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Goodwood SpeedWeek track schedule: Sunday Show Hide

8.10 Lavant Cup Official Practice
8.40 Race 8: Richmond and Gordon Trophies
9.10 Formula 1’s 70th Anniversary
9.50 Race 9: St Mary’s Trophy Part Two
10.25 Race 10: SF Edge Trophy Part Two
10.47 Car vs Motorcycle vs Drone

Which will come out on top? Automotive engineering or modern technology? This triple threat race promises to be as entertaining as it is intriguing, and is a great way to kick off the final day of action.

11.05 The Shootout Final Practice
12.00 Race 11: Gerry Marshall Sprint
12.30 Michelin Supercar Run 12.45 First Glance
13.00 Ford Mustang Reveal 13.08 Driftkhana
13.45 Tom Walkinshaw Racing ’s Jaguar Demonstration
14.20 Race 12: Lavant Cup
15.00 Lap Record Demonstration
15.05 The Shootout Finale

The weekend has been building up to this and the lap record is likely to fall this afternoon. Volkswagen’s I.D.R already holds the Festival of Speed hill record, can it add another Goodwood accolade to an impressive resume?

16.05 Einride Self Driving
16.20 BMW Motorsport Demonstration
16.45 Race 14: RAC TT Celebration
17.55 Porsche at Le Mans Demonstration


Speedweek Stream

A host of footage has been recorded to complement the races and demonstrations. Here are some of the features to look out for in the Goodwood SpeedWeek stream.

Friday, 16 October

Friday’s offering is focused on the historic motor racing past as well as the future of the industry. A tribute to Formula 1’s 70 years will be taking place on track, while a look at the world of rallying and the Audi Quattro is just two of the off-track features to keep an eye out for. Here are key events on Friday to tune in for.

12:26The History of Lotus – A look back at the storied history of the famous racing name and the relationship between the marque and Goodwood itself.

14:40 The Birth of NASCAR – Mark Webber delves into the history of the premier stock car racing series and how the competition grew out of bootlegging.


Saturday, 17 October

Saturday kicks off with a look at how motoring and the motor car first came about and its development path today. An in-depth look at McLaren, Porsche and BMW can also be viewed while on the track, The Shootout starts in the afternoon.

10:36 McLaren Magic – A look at the best cars to come out of this famous manufacturer, with a preview of the newest in the collection, the Elva.

12:19 – The Great Rivalries – Formula 1 has played host to numerous iconic moments, and this look back at the greatest rivals the series has seen will include numerous instances of great racing and controversial characters.


Sunday, 18 October

The final day of the Goodwood Speedweek will bring to a close an action-packed show, and there are a few more unmissable moments to catch before the day is out. The last of the F1 demonstrations, The Shootout Finale and plenty of off-track entertainment too.

13:20Binaural Audio – Missing that feeling of being trackside and taking in the sights and sounds of motor racing? Well, Goodwood has you covered for the sound anyway with this unique experience to put yourself on the ground at the event. Get a pair of headphones ready for a chance to feel like you’re there.