The Festival of speed de Goodwood 2016 has left us with a few stunning images of the days in which the best Supercars and legendary cars many of the major brands has brought together in the English countryside. Goodwood track has hosted the evolution of some of the most spectacular cars of the moment and among them, stands out the impressive Bugatti Chiron.
The car has been driven by Andy Wallace, pilot Bugatti from 2011 and one of the most mythical has worked with several cars for Le Mans circuit. Wallace has been sitting at the wheel of the car, knowing that, that would possibly be the most anticipated moment, because since they started the rumors about the development of the Chiron, already a couple of years, we all had wanted to see this spectacular car in action on the track.
It is a great honour for me to lead this exceptional vehicle in a such a fantastic event, especially because this will be his debut in my home country. I am sure that this will be a highlight of the festival. -Andy Wallace (free translation)
Thus the British pilot felt before sitting down in front of the steering wheel of one of the most impressive Supercars of the last years. The nearly 1,500 HP of power and maximum of 1,600 Nm torque can be felt in this video, recorded when Wallace was launched to the 1.87 km from Goodwood circuit for all the thrills that you should feel on board this wonderful vehicle.
The British driver was not the only one who wanted to experience that thrill. Another who has been doing is has been the own Lord March, creator of the Goodwood Festival of speed and host of the event. He has been the first non-professional pilot who has had the honor and the good fortune to be able to lead this outstanding machine on a track of competition. And the statements made by leave no doubt: it is an intense and captivating experience.
In terms of automotive experience in general, is at the top. It has an incredible power, but is handled in a way very fluid. It has been a complete career in every way. -Lord March (free translation)
At the moment, will be difficult that we can lead this model, but we have a video that includes the time of the test at Goodwood, so something is something, we can see almost in first person how was that moment. Do you think what to see?
Via | Carscoops