Audi Tradition with classic vehicles in Goodwood
- Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger at the Festival of Speed
- Audi Tradition lines up on the grid for the first time with the NSU Sportmax world championship motorcycle and the NSU SS 500 Supersport
Audi Tradition lines up on the grid at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed in southern England with two and four wheels: Nick Mason, the Pink Floyd drummer, is driving an Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger. Ralf Waldmann, former motorcycle world championship runner-up is riding an NSU Sportmax from 1955. An NSU Bullus from 1931 will also be in Goodwood. Around 200,000 spectators are expected at the Festival of Speed between June 26 and 28 – the annual highlight for classic motor-racing fans.