Staggering line-up of cars from McLaren Racing at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Staggering line-up of cars from McLaren Racing at Goodwood Festival of Speed

McLaren Racing is delighted to be celebrating its 60th anniversary with a staggering line-up of cars from its iconic 60-year history, presented by its Official Primary Partner OKX, featuring drivers past and present.

Thursday 13 July

Austin 7, driven by Neil Oatley
M7C-01, driven by James Hanson
M8D-01, driven by Emma Gilmour
M23-05, driven by Emerson Fittipaldi
M26-02, driven by Warren Hughes
MP4/2A-02, driven by Tanner Foust
MP4/4-04, driven by Rob Garofall

Friday 14 July

Austin 7, driven by Neil Oatley
M7C-01, driven by Rob Garofall and James Hanson
M8D-01, driven by Emma Gilmour
M23-05, driven by Emerson Fittipaldi
M16C-05, driven by Gil de Ferran
M26-02, driven by Warren Hughes
MP4/2A-02, driven by Tanner Foust and Martin Brundle
MP4/2B-03, driven by Emanuele Pirro
MP4/6-10, driven by Rob Garofall
1MP4/4-04, driven by Bruno Senna

Saturday 15 July

Austin 7, driven by Zak Brown
M7C-01, driven by James Hanson
M8D-01, driven by Emma Gilmour
M23-05, driven by Emerson Fittipaldi
M16C-05, driven by Gil de Ferran
M26-02, driven by Lando Norris
MP4/2A-02, driven by Tanner Foust and Martin Brundle
MP4/2B-03, driven by Emanuele Pirro
MP4/6-10, driven by Rob Garofall
MP4/4-04, driven by Bruno Senna
MP4/14A-04, driven by Mika Häkkinen
MP4/23A-05, driven by JJ Letho

Sunday 16 July

Austin 7, driven by Neil Oatley
M7C-01, driven by James Hanson
M8D-01, driven by Emma Gilmour
M23-05, driven by Emerson Fittipaldi
M16C-05, driven by Gil de Ferran
M26-02, driven by Oscar Piastri
MP4/2A-02, driven by Tanner Foust
MP4/2B-03, driven by Emanuele Pirro
MP4/6-10, driven by Rob Garofall
MP4/4-04, driven by Rob Garofall and Bruno Senna
MP4/14A-04, driven by Mika Häkkinen
MP4/23A-05, driven by JJ Letho

The Festival of Speed takes place 13 to 16 July at Goodwood, West Sussex. 

About McLaren Racing

McLaren Racing was founded by racing driver Bruce McLaren 60 years ago in 1963. The team entered its first Formula 1 race in 1966. McLaren has since won 20 Formula 1 world championships, 183 Formula 1 grands prix, the Indianapolis 500 three times, and the Le Mans 24 Hours at its first attempt.  

McLaren Racing competes across five racing series. In 2023, the team will compete in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship with McLaren F1 drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri, the NTT INDYCAR SERIES with Arrow McLaren drivers Pato O’Ward, Felix Rosenqvist and Alexander Rossi, the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship with NEOM McLaren Formula E Team drivers René Rast and Jake Hughes, and the Extreme E Championship with NEOM McLaren Extreme E Team drivers Emma Gilmour and Tanner Foust. The team also competes in the F1 Esports Pro Championship as McLaren Shadow, having won the 2022 Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships.

 

McLaren is a champion for sustainability in the sport and a signatory to the UN Sports for Climate Action Commitment. It is committed to achieving net zero by 2040 and fostering a diverse and inclusive culture in the motorsport industry.  


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