gw200411goodwoodThe Goodwood Festival of Speed is one of those events that should need no introduction.

Described as a ‘motoring garden party’, the Festival of Speed is a three-day extravaganza showing off classic cars, purebred racing machines, and whatever the manufacturers feel like publicising that summer. Below are some of the highlights from the 2010 Festival of Speed.

In 1936, the Earl of March hosted the first Goodwood hillclimb, little knowing that he was sowing the seeds of the Festival of Speed in the process. Since 1993, his grandson, the current Earl of March, has welcomed British petrolheads to the grounds of the Goodwood estate, where 150,000 people a year spend the weekend photographing a seemingly endless stream of cars.

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