The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed as every year didn’t fail to disappoint and the Ford stand reinforced their on-going commitment to the sports and performance car market.
The striking new Ford Focus RS being displayed and a second car being expertly piloted up the twisting hill climb course by non other than Ken Block. An original 1960s Ford GT40 and a 2006 Ford GT hanging above illustrating Fords on going support and recognition to heritage sports cars.
At the top of the display the all new 2016 Ford GT was on display. There’s no mistaking that this car has been designed from the ground up for performance, even stood still it looks fast.
The Ford stand being one of the highest stands in the manufacturer display area is an amazing vantage point to take in the rest of the Festival. There’s two ways to get back down, you can go down the stairs or you can take the quick route one of two twisty slides bringing you rapidly down to ground level.
The action on track didn’t fail to disappoint; Ken Block put in some incredible runs in both the Ford Focus RS and his custom Ford Mustang Hoonicorn. A variety of other performance Fords also put in some excellence runs ranging from RS200s, Mustangs, GTs, Sierra Cosworths, Capris and everything in between. You can see a gallery of a large selection of cars running up the hill here on our Facebook page.