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Ferrari Champions to Tackle Goodwood FOS Hill Climb

1964 Formula One World Champion John Surtees will celebrate the 50th anniversary of him winning the title by driving up the legendary Goodwood Festival of Speed Hill Climb in the car that took him to the World Title – the Ferrari 158 F1. Finn Kimi Raikkonen, who will drive his 2007 World Championship winning Ferrari F2007, will join the Briton, with the two former champions driving their respective cars together up the hill climb. 'As Technical Partner of Scuderia Ferrari, Shell supplied bespoke fuels and lubricants to both John and Kimi during their victorious Formula One championships,” said David Bunch of Shell VP Retail Marketing. “We are honoured to partner them once again at...
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