Goodwood Festival of Speed on Sky F1 this Sunday

Two-hour show showcases motorsport's summer extravaganza

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 24/06/14 11:31pm

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A Mercedes F1 car at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed

A Mercedes F1 car at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed

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Sky Sports F1 will be at the heart of this week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, with an unmissable live two-hour show from 3pm on Sunday.

Delivering ‘as diverse a selection of Formula One cars as you’re likely to see anywhere on the planet’, the festival is renowned as being one of the highlights of the calendar year for British motorsports fans.

And this year’s event, which starts on Thursday 26th June, promises to be a classic with the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Felipe Massa, Kimi Raikkonen and our very own Damon Hill all in action.

You don't want to miss it - and the good news is that Damon’s Sky F1 colleagues David Croft, Johnny Herbert and Natalie Pinkham will be on air to bring you the best of the action, as well as a host of interviews and highlights from across the weekend, from 3pm on Sunday.

The show will include the Hill Climb shoot-out from 4pm, while the opening hour will see the Sky F1 team speaking to the great and good of motorsport including Hamilton, Raikkonen, John Surtees and Dario Franchitti. As well as that you'll be able to see highlights from Saturday's Supercars hill climb and all the fun of the festival!

But that's not all. Sky Sports has teamed up with Goodwood Festival of Speed to let you watch the festival via a live stream on Thursday through to Saturday - find out more here

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