Members of the Goodwood Road Racing Club had the chance to display their rarest, most extraordinary and beautiful cars at the Chicane Paddock during the #73MM. But instead of checking that out, I went to the public parking lot to see what the common man uses when visiting Lord March.

The large field providing all the parking space is across the road from the main entrance, but no matter how much Goodwood Ale you had, there are always friendly people in high-visibility jackets holding stop sings to make sure you cross the road in absolute safety. That’s good, because the cars around don’t necessarily possess the latest in brake technology.

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I only had twenty minutes or so to spare before a race, so this collection won’t give you the full picture, but it’s enough to show you why Goodwood is the place to be in March.

The following vehicles are cool, because...

Its pure design.

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Stone guards.

Size.

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We never had these.

I like red.

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It’s still king of the hill.

Sinister looks.

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T2s are underrated.

It’s a blue Daytona!

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It’s period correct.

Either way, you win.

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Look how clean that is!

Get it right, and they’re great classics.

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You can’t have enough of these.

Red works.

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Wedge!

It has the right stickers.

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I want one so-so badly.

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Fuel economy.

The right spec.

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Small, and smaller.

Mud!

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Widebody.

Pretty twincam.

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They just don’t run out of these.

I’ll sign whatever it takes.

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When was the last time, right?

Leather strap.

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It makes you forget about the 458 next door.

Early cars.

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It’s like a family reunion.

Cargo space.

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Ducktail.

You will need a third car, but hey!

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Airbrush.

ZZZZZZZZZ!

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The right boxes.

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They don’t make this green anymore.

I should get one at some point.

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It’s off road.

All the scoops!

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I blue myself.

Classy.

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All metal!

It will grow you a mustache.

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TVR.

Burnouts.

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Open tops!

Lambda sond!

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@Alfarium!

Lord March is into hot rods.

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You didn’t know that, right?

Those lamps alone...

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A new one is coming!

Carrera White.

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Country edition.

Kickass.

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Handmade.

Practicality.

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In case you didn’t like the blue one.

No need for a grill.

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Stock.

Covered headlights.

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Suit up!

What rain?

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Arriving in style.

I never wanted one of these, but now, I do.

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Ideal picnic time.

Nope, that’s not a BMW.

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A British between two French.

It’s an automatic.

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Dual-tone!

A proper Quattro.

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More is more!

Cocaine.

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They made it here!

The ideal two car garage.

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Old money.

Not James Bond’s.

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All the way from Zurich!

Sufficient cooling.

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Google it.

Never-ever.

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It’s on.

Hot rod.

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‘Merica.

Yes, I do.

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Bentley Beetle.

Factory roof!

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I’ll take the green.

Old school AMG.

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It can pick me up.

They got so rare, we import them back from the US.

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The way to do it.

No nonsense.

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Ginetta!

Rusty.

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Funny Europeans.

I haven’t seen a Camry.

Photo credit: Máté Petrány/Jalopnik