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AUTOSPORT.com to broadcast Goodwood Festival of Speed live

This weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed will be broadcast live on AUTOSPORT.com.

The 2014 event - the theme of which is 'Addicted to winning' - will feature the usual mix of machinery and star names spanning generations of motorsport, and fans will be able to watch the cars in action on the famous Goodwood hillclimb, as well as see interviews with the biggest names in attendance.

The day Heidfeld stunned Goodwood

2007 Formula 1 world champion Kimi Raikkonen makes his Goodwood bow at this year's event, where he will be reunited with the Ferrari F2007 that he took to the world title.

Raikkonen will be joined in action by fellow active world champions Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. Both will drive contemporary F1 cars from their respective teams, while Button will also get behind the wheel of Niki Lauda's 1984 title-winning McLaren MP4/2.

Grand Prix racing's spectacular history will be represented, and the modern-day stars will be joined by heroes from the past including Jackie Stewart, Stirling Moss, John Surtees, Emerson Fittipaldi and Damon Hill - who will all jump into the cockpits of classic machinery.

The Festival of Speed is always about far more than just Formula 1, and this year the worlds of endurance racing, IndyCar, rallying and motorcycles are as well-represented as ever.

The live video coverage will cover every aspect of the weekend in detail, so even those who are unable to attend the event this year won't miss a thing.

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