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Rolls-Royce Highlights at 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed

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As one of the most prominent British brands, and a leader in the luxury market, Rolls-Royce usually assumes as official role at the Goodwood Festival of Speed besides being a participants. This year in addition to showcasing their latest products, they provided the Course Director’s car and VIP fleet cars.

The absolute highlight of Rolls-Royce lineup at 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed was a juicy red Wraith. Pitched as the most dynamic Roller ever, the Wraith lived up to the hype and completed the hill climb course in under 60 seconds, reaching 144 mph on the straight.

Another dynamic Rolls Royce debut was the Ghost Series II, making its first UK public appearance n the First Glance category. The Ghost went up the hill in the hands of race car instructor and world-ranked drifting champion, Tim Marshall-Rowe.

The Course Car provided by Rolls-Royce was a Phantom Coupe clad in Goodwood decals and rocking a lights bar. The company also assembled the largest fleet of their cars ever seen in the UK, shuttling invited VIP guests to the Home of Rolls-Royce on the south-eastern corner of the Goodwood Estate.

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