BMW is the protagonist of the sculpture of the Goodwood Festival of Speed

BMW Escultura Goodwood Festival of SpeedBeing in 2016 100-year anniversary of BMW, could not be other the brand is the protagonist of the famous sculpture that year after year renews on the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The sculpture designed by Gerry Judah is formed by three curves of steel, which seek to add dynamism to the whole. In each of the three curves we found a car, leaving free the other end.

The sculpture at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is a a tribute to some of the victories of BMW in competition, so that on it rest models such as the BMW 328 Mille Miglia Roadster that won the Mille Miglia in 1938, the BMW V12 LMR winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1999 and the Brabham-BMW BT52 with the who in 1983, Nelson Piquet took the championship of Formula 1.

BMW Escultura Goodwood Festival of SpeedThe sculpture was presented last night, in a show full of lights, colors, lasers, and accompanied by fireworks. The celebrations of the 100 anniversary of BMW at the Goodwood FoS go much beyond this sculpture and it will be possible to see the famous path of 1.86 kilometres to race cars of the brands BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce.

In the case of BMW, you can enjoy on the track of the BMW 507 from 1957, the BMW 328 Touring Coupé winner of the Mille Miglia in 1940 and the BMW 1800 TI/SA from 1965. The bikes of BMW will also have its role, wearing the WR750 Kompressor 1929, R50 S Kaczor, 1966, and BMW R90S TT, 1976.

Source – Goodwood Festival of Speed