Michelin has revealed an exciting array of expensive hypercard for Goodwood.

Michelin has officially announced its lineup of exotic supercars that will be on display in the Supercar Paddock at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. 

Some of the cars will be making their public debut at the show, and legendary touring car racer Tim Harvey and TV presenter Vicki Butler-Henderson will be on hand to interview celebrity guests and introduce FoS attendees to the lineup of cars in the paddock. 

TV racing pundit and multiple BTCC champion, Tim Harvey, said: ‘For me, it's all about Porsche, its a real guilty pleasure, they’ve been producing intricate drivers cars and track weapons for 70 years. This year’s Festival of Speed will be celebrating Porsche in a big way, and so will we. I cannot wait to interview the stars behind the cars and get the thoughts of the fans on the Michelin Supercar Paddock stage.’

Fellow Michelin Supercar Paddock presenter, Vicki Butler-Henderson, said: ‘I am so excited to see these amazing cars on our stage this week. Some of the cars on display are the most intense and extreme examples of automotive brilliance and I can’t wait to hear the noise they all make coming up on our stage and the on the Hillclimb. Awesome.’

Away from the Supercar Paddock, Michelin says that its three-tier main stand at the Festival of Speed will host a number of reveals with exciting metal fresh in the UK. 

Before the Festival of Speed gets going later this month, though, here’s a first glimpse at the cars you can expect to see in the Supercar Paddock. Click on the next button above to see them all. 

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