29 Jun 2022
NAPA Racing UK recently attended the famous Goodwood Festival of Speed, which took place from Thursday, 23rd June to Sunday, 26th June 2022. The Goodwood Festival is a sell-out event that hosts an impressive 210,000 guests from over 75 countries every year, providing NAPA with amazing reach throughout the long weekend.
Leading driver Dan Cammish of NAPA Racing UK was the only BTCC representative to participate in the iconic Hillclimb, taking on three sessions up the hill and ultimately landing himself a Top 10 position in the Friday morning race. Ending on that high note, Cammish passed the car to NAPA’s own Lewis Selby and hopped on a helicopter to his home circuit, Croft, for the next race weekend of the BTCC.
The action didn’t stop there with Selby — who’s currently racing in the Mini 7 Championship — displaying impressive skill on the Hillclimb for the remainder of the weekend, with a top finish time of 54.03 seconds and a top speed of 129mph finishing inside the top 25 at the final.
When the blue and yellow Ford Focus wasn’t on the hill, it could be found in its paddock where fans could admire it, while an additional NAPA Racing UK car — powered by a Mountune engine — could be spotted at the Mountune stand for photo opportunities and inquiries. NAPA Racing UK received an overwhelming response at the four-day event, with plenty of interest in the brand and the cars.
As the weekend drew to a close, there was no rest for NAPA’s trusty Ford Focus RS, which immediately headed to London for the British Motorsport Day event at the Houses of Parliament.
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