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A centenary celebration for Bentley at Goodwood

Bentley Motors to marks centenary at Festival of Speed
30 iconic Bentleys from across 100 years Centenary Concours
New Bentley Flying Spur and Bentley Bentayga Speed made UK dynamic debuts
Four chapters of #bentley Motorsport were celebrated
Bentley Continental GT, Bentley GT Convertible and Bentley Bentayga Speed ran on hillclimb

Bentley Motors continued the year-long celebrations of its centenary at Goodwood Festival of Speed, through a programme of displays and dynamic cars that brought 100 years of extraordinary history to life.

The centerpiece of Bentley’s presence was the Centenary Concours, a 30-strong display of the most iconic models from the marque’s past and present which include one of the rarest and most valuable Bentleys in the world - the 4¼-litre Bentley 'Embiricos' Special – alongside Bentley’s recently unveiled and all-new Bentley Flying Spur. Other rare highlights include a Gurney Nutting Bentley Speed Six, a 1948 Pininfarina Bentley Mark VI, a Continental GT Bentley Zagato and W.O. Bentley’s own Bentley 8-Litre from 1930.

Meanwhile, the Cartier Style et Luxe Lawn featured at least six Bentley R-Type Continentals as the centrepiece of this year’s Concours d'Elegance. Only 208 Bentley R-Type Continentals were built, and they now exist as one of the most desirable models from Bentley’s past. The three lines that define the Bentley R-Type Continental – the power line, rear haunch and sloping fastback roof – remain the inspiration behind the styling of today’s new Bentley Continental GT.

The Goodwood Hillclimb featured more Bentleys than ever before. Four Bentley cars that define the chapters of Bentley’s motorsport history underpinned the #bentley Racing Class – a selection of cars curated by Goodwood to tell the history of the marque in a dynamic way. Travelling from Crewe will be:

Bentley EXP2 – the second experimental prototype built by W.O. #bentley and the oldest surviving #bentley in the world. Bentley EXP2 was the first #bentley to go racing, throughout 1921 and 1922, and will made its Goodwood dynamic debut.
The 1929 Birkin Bentley Blower, one of four Bentley Team race cars built for Tim Birkin’s racing career and raced at Le Mans in 1930. “Bentley No.2” is one of the most campaigned and valuable Bentleys in the world, now insured for £25m. It will be driven up the Hillclimb by Katarina Kyvalova, the founder of the #bentley Belles – a group of talented female drivers that race historic Bentleys around the world.
2003 Bentley Speed 8 #7 – the very car that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2003. The culmination of a three-year campaign, the Le Mans winning Bentley Speed 8 scored an historic 1-2 finish to claim Bentley’s sixth Le Mans title and it’s first since 1930. Returning for driving duty there was #bentley Boy Guy Smith, who took the chequered flag.
The 2018 Bentley Continental GT3 – the second generation of GT3 racer, now built from the current Bentley Continental GT road car. Racing around the world, the Continental Bentley GT3 visited the Festival fresh from winning the 1000km Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup Race at Paul Ricard in the hands of Steven Kane, who also took the wheel at Goodwood.

The racing Bentleys were joined on the Hillclimb by four powerful Grand Tourers from the current model range. The Bentley Continental GT and new Continental Bentley GT Convertible will appear in the Supercar class, with the latter being piloted by rising British female racing driver Abbie Eaton. The very latest additions to Bentley’s range – the Bentley Bentayga Speed and all new Bentley Flying Spur – will make their UK dynamic debuts as part of the First Glance class.

Ahead of the Festival, and to highlight Bentley’s long-standing partnership with the Festival of Speed, Goodwood and #bentley produced a joint film featuring some of Bentley’s most important cars from the last century being used across the Goodwood Estate. With a cameo from His Grace The Duke of Richmond and starring his personal butler, Monty, the film is a celebration of the first 100 extraordinary years of #bentley.

added on 26 Mar. 2020

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