Highlights Of The Goodwood Festival Of Speed
The Goodwood Festival of Speed took place over this weekend, and it was awesome.
Cool bikes, fast cars and celebrities made for a raucous, petrol-scented four days of fun and now we’re sad it’s over.
So here’s 15 photos to give you a taste of the festival…
Superbikes lap the Goodwood circuit
Superbikes of all ages, builds and makes rode together on the famed circuit, with their riders wearing the racing outfit of the bike’s era.
Rally driver Ken Block having all the fun
The rally-driving, stunt-sliding mad man having a laugh at Goodwood. Possibly after he almost crashed the Hoonicorn car with Lord March onboard.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles – well, minus the trains
The RAF Red Arrows flying over the Mazda sculpture which was the focal point of the festival. On top of the modernist knife-inspired sculpture sat a 787B which raced in the early 1990s alongside the LM55 concept which was unveiled in late 2014.
A Wolff in sheep’s clothing? No, just Toto Wolff in his white Mercedes racing overalls
The Austrian racing driver and his wife Susie Wolff were in attendance at the Festival of Speed this weekend.
Roger Clark represents
Olly Clark of the Roger Clark motorsport team drives in his winning time in the shootout. Roger Clark himself was the first British Rally driver to win a WRC when he claimed victory at the 1976 RAC Rally.
Sir Stirling Moss
There’s no escaping from this in a Police chase
Kidd and chrome
Emerging from a cloud of smoke, the Aston Martin Vulcan
Enthusiasts and eccentrics were aplenty in the crowd at Goodwood. Here’s Roger Taylor, the drummer from Queen.
‘The Ice man’ Kimi Raikkonen
Crowds flocked to admire the classic and modern cars alike
Drummer and driver, Nick Mason
British racers, from past to present
All photos: Paul Jacobs/PictureExclusive.com
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