Honda is taking part in the first ever Moving Motor Show at Goodwood on 1st July 2010, which gives car enthusiasts the chance to test drive two of its most exciting cars around a 3.5-mile test track.
The route includes the world famous Goodwood Hillclimb, allowing aspiring racers to follow in the tracks of racing legends like Sir Stirling Moss, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button.
Honda will also be exhibiting at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, from 2nd to 4th July 2010, showcasing a selection of its racing cars and motorcycles.
Special guests will join the Honda Racing Team to pilot its BTCC-prepared Civic up the hill, World Superbike riders Jonathan Rea and Eugene Laverty will be riding on Saturday and Sunday and Honda racing drivers and riders will be taking part in a special 'Question of Motorsport' live quiz on each day of the festival.
Two Honda cars have been made available for members of the public to drive at the Moving Motor Show on 1st July 2010: the Honda CR-Z, Honda's new sporty hybrid, brings driving thrills with low emissions, while the Honda Civic Type R MUGEN - one of only 20 being made - will use its 240PS high-revving engine to excite drivers over the renowned Hillclimb route.
On the Honda stand at Goodwood, visitors will be able to view and experience products from across the Honda range, including cars, motorcycles, lawnmowers, generators and even solar panels.
Each day, a round of the infamous 'Question of Motorsport' will be held, featuring Honda stars from past and present. This fun quiz will be hosted by Tim Harvey, former BTCC champ and Porsche Carrera Cup racer.
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