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Honda Eye Ferris Wheel At Goodwood

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Honda decided the best way to celebrate the debut of the CR-Z MUGEN is making a big wheel for visitors at Goodwood FoS.

The structure is called the Honda Eye and is a 40-metre high, 24-pod giant ferris wheel which will enable visitors to experience widespread views of the Goodwood Estate and the beautiful surrounding areas of West Sussex. It does 10 minute rotations from 9am-6pm, and is of course free of charge.

As for the car related stuff, Honda will be showcasing a range of cars in the Moving Motor Show; amongst them the special edition Civic Ti and BTCC replica race car. Honda will also introduce a new concept car, the CR-Z MUGEN RR, from their longstanding tuning partner MUGEN.

On the main Honda stand guests can enter the ‘Win a lot of Honda’ draw, where they will be in with a chance to win one of every Honda product. This includes a car, motorcycle, mower, generator, ATV, inflatable boat and outboard engine.

For race enthusiasts in the crowds, Honda TT legends John McGuinness and teammate Keith Amor will be attending with the CBR1000RR, the bike that helped McGuinness achieve the fastest ever lap of the Isle of Man. Visitors will also be able to see Gordon Shedden’s British Touring Car Championship race car, along with the new Crossrunner motorcycle and CBR600RR.

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