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Old 06-06-2004, 05:39 AM
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Patsy Quick, the first British woman to attempt the Paris-Dakar, will ride at the Festival all weekend on her Team Desert Rose KTM 660 - the only purpose built rally bike.

Jean Ragnotti will again drive throughout the weekend in a selection of competition cars brought to Goodwood from Renault’s factory Museum in France.

Brian Redman will drive a Porsche 935 ‘Baby’ throughout the weekend.

Jim Redman will ride some of the classic racing bikes brought to the Festival by Honda Collection Gallery all weekend.

John Reynolds will ride the current Suzuki GSX-R1000 British Superbike.

Tommy Robb will ride some of the classic racing bikes brought to the Festival by Honda Collection Gallery throughout the weekend.

Martin Rowe, the former British Rally Champion, will drive a Scalextric-sponsored Subaru Impreza entered by The Sun newspaper.

Michael Rutter, Honda’s British Superbike star and son of TT winner Tony, will ride the latest Fireblade all weekend.

Tony Rutter, a six-time winner of the Isle of Man TT and father of Superbike star Michael, will ride a 1976 Honda RCB 1000 over the weekend.

Takuma Sato will drive the latest BAR-Honda on Saturday.

Siegfried Schauzu and Walter Kalauch, known as ‘The Kings of the Sidecar TT’, will ride their original championship-winning BMW machine all weekend.

Jack Sears, twice British Saloon Car Champion, will be at the Festival all weekend in the Cartier ‘Style et Luxe’.

Colin Seeley will ride throughout the weekend on the home-designed Seeley G50 sidecar combination with which he proved devastatingly effective in the World Championship in the late 1960s.

Paul Smart will ride throughout the weekend on a special commemorative Ducati 998 Testastretta, painted in the livery of his famous 1972 Imola 200 winner.

Scott Smart, son of Paul, will ride a Kawasaki ZX-10R racing bike all weekend.

Marc Surer will drive a March-BMW 86G sports car throughout the weekend.

John Surtees, the only to be World Champion on two wheels and four, will drive all weekend in the newly-restored Ferrari 158 in which he won the F1 World Championship, and will also make appearances in the magnificent Honda RA272 Formula One car and Mercedes-Benz W154 ‘Silver Arrow’.

Bob Tkacik, the great American Road Racer, will drive the Toyota 2000 GT in which he won the SCCA Championship in 1968.

Ari Vatanen will drive on Saturday and Sunday in the fabulous Nissan Patrol Paris-Dakar challenger.

Chris Walker, World Superbike star, will ride during Saturday and Sunday on the Foggy-Petronas FP1 provided by team principal and four-times World Superbike Champion, Carl Fogarty.

Robbie Walker, son of the legendary F1 privateer Rob Walker, will drive throughout the weekend in the Delahaye 135S in which his father competed at Le Mans in 1939.

Mark Webber, current F1 star with the Jaguar team, will drive a 1953 Jaguar C-type from the Jaguar-Daimler Heritage Trust.

Jamie Whitham, former British and World Superbikes star, will ride the new MV Agusta F4 Ago 1000 on Friday.

Justin Wilson, the former Jaguar F1 driver, will take to the hill in a 1997 Ford Mustang Trans Am throughout the weekend.

Matthew Wilson, son of British Rallying hero and Ford M-Sport principal Malcolm, is expected to drive the Ford Focus WRC car all weekend.

Alexander Wurz will be at the Festival with the McLaren Formula One team on Sunday.

Sorry if this thread is getting a bit long
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