Well, that’s another Goodwood Festival of Speed over with, and what an amazing event it was. With so much going on, it’s difficult to work out where to begin when it comes to commenting on what is now regarded as the best British motor show, with a bit of historic interest thrown in for good measure.
Of course, we’re being tongue-in-cheek there. The Festival once again attracted an amazing line-up of priceless historics, one-offs and amazing competition cars and it’s probably fair to say that nowhere else on the planet would you be able to see such a line-up – especially at such close quarters in the pit garages and then in action on the hill-climb course.
Until next year’s bandwagon rolls into town, here’s another gallery.
Best of British at the Festival
- Concepts and prototypes : Hyundai/Rover Oden (1992) - 9 November 2023
- Opinion : So, maybe the Montego was the best they could do… - 8 November 2023
- The cars : Austin Montego (LM11) development story - 7 November 2023