Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010 – massive 300-picture gallery

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes MP4-23

The Goodwood Festival of Speed came to a close today.

We’ve already uploaded well over 300 pictures of F1 cars to our comprehensive galleries featuring Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, Mika Hakkinen, Emerson Fittipaldi, John Sutrees and more in over 50 different Formula 1 cars.

Find all out pictures from the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed below.

Special thanks to May Starey who took the majority of the pictures below.

You can find some non-F1 pictures here: Top ten non-F1 cars at Goodwood. A final set of non-Formula 1 pictures will be uploaded tomorrow.

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9 comments on “Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010 – massive 300-picture gallery”

  1. Amazing Job Keith, Thanks :)

  2. Awesome pictures!!!

  3. Those pictures are just outright lovely. A shame i could not be there, but great to at least look at these high quality pictures.

    Thanks Keith! I like the Alfa Sportscar, and the contrasting, all winning Jaguar. Silk cut suits it well.

  4. love the sega sponsorship on the fw15c. great pictures, keith! keep it up!

  5. miguelF1O (@)
    5th July 2010, 18:59

    it is the mclaren mp4-2b not c

  6. Your photographs are fabulous Keith. Thank you very much.

    @miguelF10 – the 2b was raced in 1985, and was basically unchanged for 1986 when it ran as the 2c – except for some aero tweaks. Note the mirror mounting method and the slot above the number “1” for example.

    1. miguelF1O (@)
      6th July 2010, 3:20

      i know i was just joking with that

  7. Thanks for sharing Keith….Tyrrell-Cosworth 006 sure is purdy.

  8. Great pictures Keith. I spent a fair amount of time grumbling that I couldn’t take photos from the press areas and therefore all pictures I took (barring those on the rally stage) are pretty much rubbish!

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