Goodwood Festival of Speed

iCONIC 120SW in the GAS arena

Goodwood Festival of Speed

iCONIC 100 on the Hillclimb

Goodwood Members Meeting

iCONIC 100 trackside

Goodwood Festival of Speed


Official LED screen supplier to events across the legendary Goodwood Estate

The historic Goodwood House and its estate are home to some of the UK’s most cherished and special events for lovers of racing, both horse-powered and hay-powered! 

ADI hold a long term contract as large screen supplier to the complete calendar of events which sees a number of different sizes of screens from across the iCONIC range being used utilised throughout the large site.

Horse Racing

The estate features a point-to-point racecourse, with a full calendar of racing events each year, each of which feature at least one ADI screen.  Glorious Goodwood at the end of July is one of the key events in the British Flat Racing calendar.

Panamas and Pimms are the order of the day for visitors of Glorious, who can watch the racing within the beautiful West Sussex surroundings on three of our larger iCONIC 100+ and iCONIC 60 screens.

Festival of Speed

One of the most cherished events for petrolheads across the globe, The Festival of Speed is a completely unique opportunity for car fans to get close to some of the world’s most special cars of the past, today and future.

The festival includes a number of different areas displaying different motorsport disciplines and is centred around the famous hill climb, which features some of the world’s most famous cars and drivers.

With such a large area to cover, The Festival of Speed demands a large number of screens, with a total of eight iCONIC screens covering the site, varying vastly in size from 15sqm to 120sqm.

Goodwood Revival

An action-packed weekend of vintage motor racing, style and theatre takes over the Goodwood Estate once a year, where visitors step back in time to the golden age of motoring – and are encouraged to look the part by donning fashions and props from the past.

ADI have provided upgraded content distribution for the large site, enabling higher quality digital pictures to be sent to all 10 of ADI’s screens across the site form a single, central transmission point for the first time.