Kwik Fit set to star at Goodwood Festival of Speed
Jack Dreyer | Friday 29th April 2022 3:30pm
Kwik Fit is proud to announce that it will be an Official Partner at the Goodwood Festival of Speed sponsored by Mastercard this year (23-26 June 2022).
Following our successful debut at last year's Festival of Speed, we will be returning to Goodwood in 2022 with a larger presence at the world's largest festival of motorsport and car culture.
Kwik Fit will bring a bespoke Kwik Fit Centre to the world-renowned event this summer, showcasing its activity in the BTCC as well as its expertise in areas such as car repair and EV technology.
Kwik Fit, as the British Touring Car Championship's Title Sponsor, will feature a number of stars and touring cars from the championship's history as well as the stars of today – from the UK’s premier motorsport series. Fans will also have the opportunity to create BTCC livery, so keep an eye out for this money-can't-buy competition on the BTCC and Kwik Fit social media channels in the coming days.
Apart from its motorsport activities, Kwik Fit will host technical workshops throughout the course of the four days, featuring demonstrations on a wide range of topics... focusing on our electric vehicle maintenance capabilities as the largest employer of EV qualified personnel in the automotive maintenance industry.
Exclusive interviews, competitions, and freebies are expected to round out the final Kwik Fit schedule for the four-day event, which will be released next month.
During the Festival of Speed, you may watch events and activities hosted by Kwik Fit via the Goodwood Motorsport App to add to your bespoke itineraries, while those unable to attend can follow up with the latest activity via Kwik Fit's social media platforms.
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