• Goodwood Festival of Speed Livestream - Day 1

You may not be able to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed, but you sure can watch it!

While traditional auto shows seem to be on their last leg, events like the Goodwood Festival of Speed show absolutely no signs of slowing down (pun intended). GFOS might not be an auto show in the traditional sense, but it’s packed full of sports cars, electric cars, a few obscure beauties, and lots of performance – all of which are just itching to race up the hill. Along with the legendary Hillclimb, there will also be a number of new cars shown to the public for the first time, including models like the new BMW M3 Touring and even the Lexus EV Sports Concept, among many others.

This year’s celebration of the automobile is obviously shaping up to be legendary, so sit back and enjoy the livestream that we’ve embedded below. If you’re curious about the GFOS schedule for day one, we’ve embedded that below the video as well.

GFOS 2022 Day 1 Livestream

Goodwood 2022 Day 1 Scheduled

7 AM - Gates open
9 AM - Manufacturer Batch
9:40 AM - Batch 6 - Michelin Supercar Run, First Glance, and Road Bikes
10 AM - Bonhams Sale Preview Opens
10:30 AM - Goodwood Action Sports Warm-Up Show
10:35 AM - Manufacturer Batch
11:15 AM - Rally & Off-Road Car Batch
12:00 PM - Manufacturer Batch
12:30 PM - Air Display - The Red Arrows
12:45 PM - FoS 2022 Highlights + BMW M
1:00 PM - Forest Rally Stage opens
1:20 PM - BMW M Moment - Front of Goodwood House
1:30 PM - Goodwood Action Sports Show
1:30 PM - Manufacturer Batch
1:30 PM - Britpart Off-Road Arena opens
2:10 PM - Batch 6 - Michelin Supercar Run, First Glance, and Road Bikes
3:00 PM - Manufacturer Batch
3:30 PM - Goodwood Action Sports Show
3:40 PM - Timed Practice
4:20 PM - Driftkhana Practice
5:10 PM - Manufacturer Batch
5:30 PM - GAS - Competition (BMX Big Air)
5:30 PM - Forest Rally Stage closes
5:30 PM - Britpart Off-Road Arena closes

Robert Moore
Robert Moore
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Robert has been an auto enthusiast his entire life. He started working cars at a young age, learning the basics from his father in the home garage on the weekends. As time went on, Robert became more and more interested in cars and convinced his father to teach him how to drive when he was just 13 years old. Robert continued working on cars in his free time and learned as much as he could about engines, transmissions, and car electrical systems, something that only fed his curiosity more and eventually led him to earn a bachelors degree in automotive technology with a primary focus on engine performance and transmission rebuilding.  Read full bio
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