The Goodwood Competition of Velocity, owing to consider place in July, has been postponed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival was established to consider place concerning 9-12 July, but event organisers are seeking to shift the festival to the close of summer time relatively than terminate the event completely. Tickets that have previously been obtained will remain valid when a new day has been established, organisers verified.
The Duke of Richmond, proprietor of the Goodwood Estate, explained: “Over the last handful of months, we have been working collectively with everyone concerned to understand the viability of the Competition of Velocity heading forward in July. Owing to the uncertainty of the coronavirus risk and not being aware of regardless of whether the circumstance will have significantly improved by then, we unfortunately have to have to postpone the Competition of Velocity in July.”
Organisers are hopeful that the Goodwood Revival, which is established to consider place on 11-thirteen September, will be capable to go forward as prepared. Nevertheless, the circumstance is underneath frequent evaluate.
“These are extraordinary and unbelievable times but they will pass and we are previously trying to imagine about just how enjoyable it’s heading to be to welcome you all back again to Goodwood for what maybe could be the ‘Greatest Occasion Ever”, the Duke of Richmond added.
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