Bumper field for Goodwood

THE Goodwood Festival of Speed is to attract an amazing field for this year's event, which takes place on the weekend after the British GP (July 12-14). The entry will include (in alphabetical order) Ove Anderson in a 1990 Toyota Celica GT4, Rene Arnoux in a 1982 Renault RE30B, Richard Attwood in a 1965 BRM P261, Julian Bailey in a 2001 MG-Lola EX257, Derek Bell in a 1973 Ferrari 312PB, Frank Biela in a 1936 Auto Union V16, Jenson Button on a 1902 Paris-Vienna-winning Renault Type K and in a Renault R202, Jack Brabham in a 1959 Cooper T51, Tony Brooks in a 1957 Vanwall, Vic Elford in a 1970 Porsche 908/3, Emerson Fittipaldi in a 1973 Lotus 72E, Phil Hill in a 1962 Ferrari 268SP and in an ATS Tipo 100, Jacky Ickx 1977 in a Porsche 936 and in a 1973 Ferrari 312PB, Jean Pierre Jaussaud in a Le Mans-winning 1978 Renault A442B, Alan Jones in a 1981 Williams FW07C, Jochen Mass in a 1978 Porsche 935, Allan McNish in a Toyota TF102, Hannu Mikkola in a 1982 Audi Quattro, Sir Stirling Moss in a 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SLR, Saturo Nakajima in a 1988 Lotus-Honda 100T, Jackie Oliver in a 1983 McLaren MP4/1C (spot the connection?), Riccardo Patrese in a 1987 Williams FW11B, Emannuele Pirro in a 2002 Le Mans winning Audi R8, Jean Ragnotti in a 1981 Renault 5 turbo, Alain Serpaggi in a 1977 Renault RS1, Sir Jackie Stewart in a 1971 Tyrrell 002, Danny Sullivan in a 1983 March-Cosworth 83C, Marc Surer in a March-BMW 792, John Surtees in a 1967 Honda RA300, Patrick Tambay in a 1979 Williams-Renault FW19, Al Unser Sr in a 1961 Watson roadster, Gijs Van Lennep in a 1973 Porsche 911 RSR, Jos Verstappen in a 1997 Tyrrell 025, Andy Wallace in a Bentley EXP Speed 8 and Desire Wilson in a 1982 Tyrrell 011.

In addition it is anticipated that Ralf Schumacher, Alexander Wurz and Johnny Herbert will be present as will a Renault F1 Espace and Renault F1 technical director Mike Gascoyne in a Renault 5 Maxi Turbo.

If you are not happy with that lot, may we suggest that you stay at home...

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