Dear Denton. You are from England. We like cars. This is a match made in heaven. Please buy us a Mini and send us to the Goodwood Festival of Speed. And while there, were can take pictures of renowned sand sculptor Andrew Baynes at work, creating 1:1 replicas of ten of the last century's greats Grand Prix cars — one for each decade — while historic iron wends its way up the hill. Criminy. We're simultaneously feeling like a small child and a lecherous old man. Then again, that combo's probably what draws people to auto journalism in the first place.
Weird French Supercar Concept Goes to Goodwood: Peugeot 907 to Attempt Hillclimb [Internal]