Weekly auto agenda: Goodwood Festival of Speed

Manufacturers and celebrities alike are expected to turn out in droves for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes an even higher profile this year thanks to the cancellation of the British Motor Show. From July 9, the Hohnstein Historic race runs for three days along a leisure course through the scenic German countryside.

Goodwood Festival of Speed
July 2-4
Goodwood, United Kingdom

Billed by organizers as the "world's largest car event," the Goodwood Festival of Speed brings together cars of all types from all countries. From current Formula 1 racers and 200 mph (320 km/h) supercars to steam-powered carriages of the 19th century, the event is part show, part race and a must-see event for car buffs.
http://www.goodwood.co.uk/

Coke Zero 400
July 3
Daytona, Florida, USA

This Nascar event has been one of the motoring highlights of the Independence Day weekend since 1959. The 640-km race takes place at Daytona International Speedway and is broadcast nationally.
http://www.nascar.com/

Hohnstein Historic
July 9-11
Hohnstein, Germany

The Hohnstein Historic recalls the time and tradition of the prewar motorsports, a gentle tour through 780 km of countryside, taking in Saxony's vineyards and castles. The race, which dates from 1923, takes place over three days and includes parties and receptions on both nights.
http://www.hohnstein-historic.eu

Saab Festival
July 15-18
Trollhatten, Sweden

The biennial Saab festival is the world's largest gathering of Saab fans and takes place in Trollhatten, the home of Saab. This year, after seeing their passion rise from the dead, Saab fans will be focusing on the future - the Saab 9-5 sedan - as well as taking part in the traditional factory tours, parades and competitions.
http://www.saabfestival.se

Indonesian International Motor Show
July 23 - August 1
Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia's booming car industry turns its focus to eco-friendly motoring for this, the 18th iteration of the Indonesian International Motor Show. The show features a Drift Battle (oversteering around a track), several car competitions, a Miss Motorshow competition and a "BMX jam."
http://www.indonesianmotorshow.com

Rally Finland
July 29 - 31
Jyvaskyla, Finland

Neste Oil Rally Finland (formerly 1000 Lakes) is the biggest annually organized public event in the Nordic countries and draws crowds of over 500,000 people every year. The course is one of the fastest on the WRC circuit and the prize has almost always gone to a Scandanavian team in the past. This year marks the race's 60th anniversary.
http://www.nesteoilrallyfinland.fi

Monterey Auto Week
August 11 - 15
Monterey, California, USA

The Monterey Auto Week is one of the key collectors' events in the automotive calendar, drawing classic car fans from all over the world to a dazzling auction and various public and private events at locations across the county.
http://www.seemonterey.com/concours

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