David Beckham admires a luxury Maserati worth £187,000 while attending the Goodwood Festival of Speed

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David Beckham looks in his element as he admires a luxury Maserati worth £187,000 while attending the Goodwood Festival of Speed

David Beckham looked in his element as he checked out several luxury cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in West Sussex on Thursday.

The former footballer, 47, appeared in high spirits as he discovered a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220.

The athlete was seen checking out the vehicle as he got behind the wheel while surrounded by a crowd of onlookers.

Festival: David Beckham looked in his element as he checked out several luxury cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in West Sussex on Thursday

David was also seen admiring another vehicle with scissor doors after posing for selfies with fans.

The father-of-four cut a relaxed figure for the outing wearing a mustard polo shirt and white jeans.

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Also wearing a pair of sunglasses, the footballer completed his look with brown shoes.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​is an annual climb featuring historic motor racing vehicles.

Wheels: The former footballer, 47, appeared in high spirits as he checked out a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220

Wheels: The former footballer, 47, appeared in high spirits as he checked out a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220

It comes after David admitted the 2006 World Cup WAG squad, which included his wife Victoria, had gone ‘too far’ after stealing the show at the 2006 World Cup.

Led by designer Cheryl and Coleen Rooney, the glamorous wives and girlfriends dominated the spotlight during the tournament, garnering more attention than their player husbands who took to the pitch in Germany.

Now David has admitted that Victoria winced at some of the looks she sported when reflecting on the competition years later, in an interview for Gary Neville’s The Overlap YouTube channel.

Reflecting on the decision to put the footballer’s families center stage at this World Cup, David admitted he was never against loved ones supporting them at the tournament.

Impressive: David was also seen admiring another vehicle with scissor doors after posing for selfies with fans

Impressive: David was also seen admiring another vehicle with scissor doors after posing for selfies with fans

He said: “I think there was attention on them. I always thought that as an English captain, having wives, girlfriends and children around was not a bad thing.

“Once you’re in training camp, you’re in training camp, you have to focus, but I think at the start of a tournament that’s not a bad thing.”

But the sportsman, who captained the Three Lions for the tournament which saw them crumble in the quarter-finals after losing a penalty shoot-out to Portugal, confessed the WAG obsession had gone “too much”. away”.

He said: “Looking back, this whole culture – there was a lot of attention around it and whether people were behaving in the right way, I don’t know.”

“Even Victoria – she’s the first to say now – what was I doing, what was I wearing, why would I do that?” It made [go too far].

“We talked more about WAG than football. back then, the players wanted to focus on the tournament. It’s gone too far, but I think the presence of the WAGs and the family is a good thing.

Victoria joined the army of WAGs who descended on Germany at this World Cup with their families, commanding attention with their designer outfits as they cheered on their husbands in the stands.

Revealing: David admitted he felt the focus was more on them than football (Victoria pictured with Cheryl during the World Cup)

Revealing: David admitted he felt the focus was more on them than football (Victoria pictured with Cheryl during the World Cup)

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