Looking up the track in front of the House as rally cars of yester-year drive down to the start line.
Aston and Ferrari, both class winners in 2002 (I shall fill in details of car makes and models as I remember/find out - there was so much to see and take I cannot remember all of them!)
The stunning, and priceless, Aston Zagota, was driven up the Hill at very great speed by Peter Hardman.
Beautiful curves in the setting sun on this Ferrari.
Goodwood is a great place to poke around the business end of the cars.
This Ferrari was less lucky than the winning one shown above. Somewhere up the Hill an error had ended up in a light bump. These cars might be of huge value, but they are still driven.
Damage was limited to some bodywork damage and light damage to the pedal box. Drivers pride was no doubt hurt far more!
Pedal box detail. Note the riveted aluminum, and how the first thing that hits anything in the event of an accident is the drivers feet. Standards have changed somewhat now!
Le Mans winning Jaguar.
One of the more unusual cars at Goodwood was the 'Camber Car'. Designed for use on the Ovals of American Indy racing in the 60's.
A one-off, the car was driven up the hill by its inventor and owner - now in his 90's! The design was meant to increase the cornering potential around the Oval tracks.
Other cars were pulling 1g around the tracks, where as this car pulled 1.2g. However, the mechanisms involved were complicated and heavy.
Late night clutch work on this old timer in the paddock on Saturday night - ready to run on Sunday.
Engine detail - I think on a Bugatti.
This elegant sculpture was part of the prize for class winners, here displayed on the Cosworth engine of this Lotus F1 car.
The cockpit of a current NASCAR. Could you get a more different driving environment for these 200mph plus monsters than Goodwood?
Packing up in the paddock, showing a gorgeous Ferrari, Toyota Rally car and the awesomely quick Pikes Peak Toyota.