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Rolls-Royce celebrated a successful #goodwoodfestivalofspeed over the weekend, with a stunning ascent of the famous Goodwood Hillclimb, defying challenging weather conditions.
Wraith Black Badge. The most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history, #wraithblackbadge effortlessly ascended the Hillclimb during the Supercar Shootout, placing it ahead of entrants from McLaren, Aston Martin and Ferrari, amongst others. Wraith completed the 1.16-mile course in 65.05 seconds and recorded a speed of 94.8mph as the car crossed the finish line, proving that it is not necessary to sacrifice luxury for speed. Wraith was driven by Festival of Speed favourite, Justin Law.
Ghost Black Badge. The Course Car this year was a Rolls-Royce #ghostblackbadge, resplendent with LED race lights and Goodwood decals. The car was seen at speed between each Hillclimb Run throughout the weekend.
In addition to #wraithblackbadge and #ghostblackbadge, invited VIP guests were conveyed in luxury from the Home of Rolls-Royce on the south-eastern corner of the Goodwood Estate in a beautiful fleet of Bespoke Rolls-Royce motor cars.
Anyone wishing to filter relevant Rolls-Royce information from the #event is encouraged to use the hashtag BlackBadge.
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