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Judah unveils Goodwood Festival of Speed sculpture

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Sculptor Gerry Judah, working with Capita Symonds, created this centrepiece for the 210 Goodwood Festival of Speed

Sponsored by Alfa Romeo, the structure in Chichester, West Sussex was designed with a nod to the car manufacturer’s Quadrifoglio badge and the red livery of its racing cars.

The 18.5m-tall sculpture featured an Alfa Romeo P2 and a 2003 8C Competizione and is made from 12 tonnes of steel in 32 sections of 323.9mm diameter steel.

A new sculpture is created for the festival each year and as with its predecessors, it only remains for the duration of the festival which took place this weekend (2-4July). It will now be dismantled.

Sculptor Gerry Judah, working with Capita Symonds, created this centrepiece for the 210 Goodwood Festival of Speed

Sculptor Gerry Judah, working with Capita Symonds, created this centrepiece for the 210 Goodwood Festival of Speed

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