Honda has prepared several treats for those who visit its booth at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. It will display the first giant wheel ever to be featured in this event. Honda will put up its 40-meter tall Honda Eye, which consists of 24 pods, to give visitors an exhilarating view.
The Honda Eye, which runs in 10 minute rotations from 9am until 6pm, will be open throughout the Festival. Visitors can take a ride on it for free and there’s no limit on the number of rides that each person could get.
If you’re interested, you can get a fast-track pass for the ride and have access to further information at honda.co.uk/goodwood. Honda will be presenting a range of cars in the Moving Motor Show such as the special edition Civic Ti and BTCC replica race car.
Motorsport fans will be pleased to see Honda TT icons John McGuinness and Keith Amor, who will be at this event with the CBR1000RR, the bike that had the fastest lap ever at the Isle of Man circuit.
Visitors can view Gordon Shedden's British Touring Car Championship race car, together with the new Crossrunner motorcycle and CBR600RR. Debuting at Goodwood is the Mugen-modified CR-Z, which has been given a 200 hp hybrid powerplant and which has had its weight cut by 110 pounds.