Borg-Warner Trophy debuts at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Video of Roborace autonomous hillclimb run at Goodwood | Full 360 video

Video of Roborace autonomous hillclimb run at Goodwood | Full 360 video

Ford took the covers off of a special-edition one-off Mustang mid-July at the Goodwood Festival Speed, revealing the Eagle Squadron Mustang GT built to honour the American pilots who served with the U.K. Royal Air Force's Eagle squadrons during the Second World War.

The Robocar made its first official hill climb run at Goodwood earlier today in front of around 55,000 Festival visitors, which you can see in the video below. We had no idea it would be such a success.

Famous for being the site of incredible moments in motoring since the first festival of speed in 1993, this year promises even more thrills, cars and famous drivers.

Juergen Maier, CEO Siemens UK & Ireland, said, "To help celebrate Goodwood's 25th year anniversary, we've partnered with Cranfield University to bridge the gap between the legacy of the automotive industry while pointing to the future of autonomy in terms of both motoring and wider industrial applications. We are very thrilled and very honored to have it here with us".

Donald Trump describes Boris Johnson as future PM and attacks Sadiq Khan
I am assuming that his mum told him that when you go to someone's house you do not insult the host. "It's called fake news". Prime Minister May said they had discussed plans for an "ambitious" trade agreement.

"We've also had some of the world's greatest Indy cars here over the years".

"I've obviously seen the fabulous Borg-Warner Trophy in the United States". That's where we've been so lucky.

The only times the public has seen the auto in action previously was through the medium of video, when Brabham tested the vehicle at Phillip Island, or the spy video we published from The Bend.

Recommended News

  • Duchess of Cambridge makes surprise appearance at RAF100

    The Duchess of Cambridge never bows out from re-wearing designer duds for royal outings and does so in the chicest manner. They're the COOL Duke and Duchess of Sussex-who continue to defy royal protocol in understated, endearing ways.
    Tennessee health investigation of zipline illness continues

    Tennessee health investigation of zipline illness continues

    The Health Department said respondents are located in multiple states and visited CLIMB Works between mid-June and early July. CLIMB Works is offering refunds to anyone who was affected by the illness, according to WATE News out of Knoxville .
    Kevin Anderson beats John Isner in Wimbledon semifinals

    Kevin Anderson beats John Isner in Wimbledon semifinals

    Though Raonic outgunned Isner in that respect - 31 to 25 - he was unable to see through service games as convincingly. After taking a medical timeout after the third set, Anderson surprisingly broke Isner's serve at 2-all in the fourth.
  • Aston Martin's stuffed a 430-hp V8 into a Cygnet city vehicle

    Aston Martin's stuffed a 430-hp V8 into a Cygnet city vehicle

    To accommodate the big powertrain, the model features a new front bulkhead and transmission tunnel made from sheet metal. Now weighing 1,375kg with all fluids in versus 920 kg stock, the V8 Cygnet has a lot more weight to push around.
    There is Only One Blockbuster Video Store Left in America

    There is Only One Blockbuster Video Store Left in America

    However, the unexpected boom of streaming services like Netflix dealt a blow to video stores that they could not recover from. He also sent John Oliver movies featuring the memorabilia as a thank you. "Last two Blockbusters in Alaska are closing".
    Canada extends leadership of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation  battlegroup in Latvia for four years

    Canada extends leadership of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation battlegroup in Latvia for four years

    Canada assumes command of the mission, which will be led by an as yet unnamed Canadian major-general, for one year. Without those costs, Canada's reported defence spending would have been around one per cent of GDP.
  • Israel fires missile at drone from Syria, 2nd time this week

    Israel fires missile at drone from Syria, 2nd time this week

    He said Iran and Russian Federation will maintain their military presence in Syria to make sure terrorists will not resurge. As a result of the 2015 nuclear deal, a number of Western energy companies entered the Iranian energy sector.
    Sagan victory hints at further improvement

    Sagan victory hints at further improvement

    Gaviria and Sagan were marking each other when Groenewegen surprised both and surged ahead on the final straight. Peter Sagan had the yellow jersey holder to thank for his victory in Stage 5 of the Tour de France on Wednesday.
    Trump, Obama, Katy Perry lose followers as Twitter purges inactive accounts

    Trump, Obama, Katy Perry lose followers as Twitter purges inactive accounts

    Twitter's purge also impacted the chief executive of their own platform, Jack Dorsey, who said he lost 200,000 followers. The two were trolled on Twitter after they lost numbers.
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation  leaders interpret Trump's verbal lashing on spending

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders interpret Trump's verbal lashing on spending

    Describing the dynamics of the talks, he said, "I was using the term a lot today: burden-sharing". It's one of those things. "We committed ourselves to spending a bit more ".

    Liverpool trigger Xherdan Shaqiri's release clause sources

    The winger impressed for Switzerland at the 2018 World Cup, including scoring the victor against Serbia in the group stage. Jurgen Klopp has described signing Xherdan Shaqiri as a "no-brainer" after Liverpool confirmed the capture of the forward.
    Grants that help Americans get health care coverage slashed

    Grants that help Americans get health care coverage slashed

    Larger insurers have called for CMS to quickly devise an alternative to risk-adjusted payments. Sign up today to get healthcare news and updates delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.