The Goodwood Festival of Speed will start from 2 July to 4th next month. The route of the event includes the world famous Goodwood Hillclimb.

Honda Racing Team will be joined by Jonathan Rea and Eugene Laverty to race with BTCC-prepared Civic. Two Honda cars will be available for members of the public to drive at the Moving Motor Show on 1 July.

The first one is Honda CR-Z sport hybrid, which delivers extraordinary driving experience with low fuel consumption and emissions and the second is a true hot hatch - Honda Civic Type R MUGEN, one of only 20 being made. The vehicle is powered by 240PS high-revving engine will bring the thrill to drivers over the renowned Hillclimb route.

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On the Honda stand at Goodwood, visitor will be able to examine and experience a lot of products across the Honda range, including cars, motorcycles, lawnmowers, generators and even solar panels.

There will be a fun quiz – "Question of Motorsport", which will be hosted by Tim Harvey, former BTCC champ and Porsche Carrera Cup racer.

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