After being welcomed by well known petrolhead Lord March, owner of Goodwood, the Prince went for some hot and fast laps in a classic Aston Martin DB4, before jumping into a Lamborghini Gallardo for an even faster run as part of his activities for the Royal Foundation Endeavour Fund.
Prince Harry definitely enjoyed himself, because after that he went for some more fast laps in a Jaguar F-Type and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, and only after that he went for his charity-centred visit (which was the main point of his visit actually).
The Prince, who is fourth in line to the throne, also had a chance to met injured servicemen who have been helped by the Fund, before paying a visit to the Boultbee Flying Academy, based at Goodwood Aerodrome.
Lord March said: “We’re delighted to have Prince Harry attend a track day here at the Goodwood Motor Circuit and to support the work of the Royal Foundation Endeavour Fund, which has established some wonderful projects to help injured service personnel. As a former Royal Air Force base, Goodwood has a connection with military service that stretches back 75 years, so it’s something that we feel quite a part of.”
Unfortunately there is no information on how was Prince Harry was able to pass those laps.
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