Lord March and his merry men of the Goodwood motorsport creative committee have settled on a theme for the 2016 Festival Of Speed. “Full Throttle – The Endless Pursuit of Power” will summarize next year’s event.
There are cars with exhausts spitting flames like a Lamborghini Aventador, and there’s the Fiat S76, otherwise known as the Beast of Turin.
What do you say to your wife before jumping onboard a car like this? I’ll be back? Because you might not.
David Franklin became the British Hill Climb Champion in 1978 driving a March-BMW. You can guess what he drives nowadays.
It’s a fact only known by a few million people that if had too much of all the classic and brand new tarmac fighters at the Goodwood Festival of Speed’s Hillclimb Course, you can jump on a tractor to check out some of the coolest rally cars racing further up the hill. Here are most of those.
There are only three McLaren F1 GTs in the world, which means there are only six of these carbon fiber mud flaps in existence. Let’s get geeky!
What’s the best way to get your neck muscles in shape? Jump inside one of the six Koenigsegg One:1s with factory test driver Robert Serwanski at the wheel. That will count as exercise, and possibly stimulate colon health too, as it may evacuate your bowels faster than downing six gallons of Metamucil.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner’s vision for the future of Formula One is so brilliantly simple that if it was down to him, people would actually start watching races again. Bernie, I believe it’s time to get the fuck out.
Because where else can you see a blue Ferrari F40 casually parked on the grass in the campsite’s lot?
Here’s Terry Grant talking us through his adventures up the hill on two wheels in Nissan Juke in two minutes and ten seconds. It wasn’t easy, that’s for sure.
I met Jamiroquai lead singer and possible car hoarder Jay Kay at Goodwood. Can you guess how many cars he has in his collection right now? To give you a clue: Way more than you think. This green thing is one of them, and it’s for sale.
At first glimpse at the paddocks, it looks like a crazy prototype that’s way past its glory days. Then, they push the start button, end everything changes.
I believe it’s time to talk about the benefits of having a hydraulic hand brake and a short-wheelbase chassis.
Patrick Friesacher’s 2007 Toyota Camry can do 800 horsepower burnouts. Very hot ones as it turns out.
Brakes? What brakes? You just shift down, don’t you?