It\'s funny how Goodwood Festival of Speed essentially resembles playing games in the garden of your best friend. You can see and do anything you want here, as well as in the best friend’s garden. The only difference is that Goodwood Festival of Speed has an addition of smoke, gasoline fumes and roars of thousands of great supercars. Oh, and the people, of course. Lots of them in every corner of the show. That’s how a Top Gear playground looks like these days.
The main reason we couldn’t come past such incredible show this year is because it has so many surprises you can’t even begin to count them. Lord March\'s luxury boxes have all kinds of vehicles you could only see in futuristic movies.
One of BMW instructors said that this March should be a good guy if he let so many people and their cars play on his loan.
As you may already know, this year Goodwood Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary. Yes, we were surprised as well, but you know how time flies and you don’t notice it. The most pleasant part about this anniversary was the fact that mythologists did not miss with their predictions as they always do and shining and bright sun was present during entire time of the festival. It may even be too hot for some people, but as far as we know, no one complained. Just imagine being stuck in a field full of expensive cars in the middle of a rainfall. And what could have happened to all of the cars, especially the ones you can see on the pictures, is even frightening to think about.
The epic tribute to the honorable Porsche 911, which celebrated 50 years of production, along with the ongoing celebration of the century of Aston Martin, a pack of the most beautiful and cool Martini and Jaguar models of all colors, and the incredible statue of cars coming to space (including the newest Project 7), - all of these was enough to make your jaw fall to the ground and never come back again. Enjoy the pictures and make sure you visit the next Goodwood Festival of Speed when it opens next year.