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

David Beckham looks in his element as he admires a £187,000 luxury Maserati at 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 good spirits as he looked at a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220.

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

Festival: David Beckham was in his element checking out several luxury cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in West Sussex on Thursday

Festival: David Beckham was in his element checking out several luxury cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in West Sussex on Thursday

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

The father-of-four cut a casual figure for the outing as he wore a mustard-colored polo shirt and white jeans.

The footballer also wore sunglasses and completed his look with brown boots.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​is an annual hill climb featuring historic racing cars.

Wheels: The former footballer, 47, appeared in good spirits as he looked at a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220

Wheels: The former footballer, 47, appeared in good spirits as he looked at a luxury Maserati MC20, which is priced from £187,220

It comes after David admitted the World Cup 2006 WAG brigade, which included his wife Victoria, went “too far” after stealing the show during the 2006 World Cup.

Led by designers Cheryl and Coleen Rooney, the glamorous wives and girlfriends were known to be in the spotlight during the tournament, attracting more attention than their player husbands who actually took the field in Germany.

Now, David has admitted Victoria grimaces at some of the looks she gets as she reflects on the competition years later in an interview for Gary Neville’s YouTube channel The Overlap.

Reflecting on the decision to put the footballer’s families front and center during this World Cup, David admitted he’s never opposed his loved ones supporting them at the tournament.

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

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

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

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

He said: “I think attention was drawn to them. I’ve always believed as an England captain that having wives and girlfriends and the kids around isn’t a bad thing.

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

But the sportsman, who captained the Three Lions for the tournament they fell to in the quarter-finals after losing a penalty shoot-out to Portugal, admitted the obsession with the WAGs went “too far”.

Throwback: It comes after David admitted the World Cup 2006 WAG brigade, which included his wife Victoria, went'too far' after stealing the show during the 2006 World Cup (Victoria and David pictured 2006).

Throwback: It comes after David admitted the World Cup 2006 WAG brigade, which included his wife Victoria, went ‘too far’ after stealing the show during the 2006 World Cup (Victoria and David pictured 2006).

He said: “Looking back, a lot of attention was paid to this whole culture and whether people behaved correctly, I don’t know.

“Even Victoria – she’s the first to say now – what did I do, what did I wear, why should I do that? It did [go too far].

“There was more talk about the WAGs than football. At this time, players want to focus on the tournament. It went too far, but I think having the WAGs and family around is a good thing.

Victoria joined the army of WAGs who came to Germany with their families during this World Cup and attracted attention with their designer outfits while cheering on their husbands in the stands.

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

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

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