With a time of 44.91 seconds up the Goodwood hill. The all-time record stands at 41.6 set by Nick Heidfeld in a McLaren MP4/13 in 1999.

Not many want to risk their cars at Goodwood by having a go at the shootout, but those who do show everybody how it’s done. From F1 cars through Le Mans prototypes, roaring NASCAR sprint cars or Pikes Peak specials, spectators can witness some crazy good driving here.

Here’s something you can analyze:

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Congratulations to Olly Clark, that insane Mini was a tough one to beat!

As you can see, my personal favorite, the six-wheeled 1976 March-Cosworth was the fastest car that wasn’t designed to do hillclimbs or time attacks.

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New Hero indeed.

Photo credit: Máté Petrány/Jalopnik

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