Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 To Run Up Goodwood’s Famous Hill Climb Route For The First Time Ever

Gordon Murray Automotive is set to light up this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed with the groundbreaking T.50 being driven up the famous 1.16 mile hill for the first time ever. The T.50 will remain in the designated Supercar Paddock area during the anticipated festival.

Driving duties will be shared by racing driver Dario Franchitti and Gordon Murray Design Senior Test & Development Driver, Steve Hayes, over the course of the weekend.

  • Thursday 23rd – Second run @ 14:10
  • Friday 24th – First run @ 12:20, second run @ 17:45
  • Saturday 25th – First run @ 12:10, second run @15:20
  • Sunday 26th – First run @ 09:50, second run @ 18:20

Dario Franchitti says: “I cannot wait to get behind the wheel of the T.50 supercar, in front of the crowds, driving up the famous narrow Goodwood hill climb at the Festival of Speed. The Festival is always a special event and this year is set to be one of the best ever – the T.50’s agility and performance is ideally suited for the run – for anyone at the Festival I’d recommend getting as close as you can to the action – hearing the 3.9-litre V12 for the first time and seeing the T.50 on the move will be a special occasion.”

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