F1 and other motor racing drivers in familiar and unfamiliar cars,
McLaren’s 1981 MP4/1 was a rare step forward for both performance and safety.
Pictures of recent F1 cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
A host of world championship-winning Renault-powered cars on show at the Festival.
The FW15C bristled with gadgets, most of which were banned after it dominated in 1993.
Turbo-powered, ground-effect F1 cars from the ’80s at the Festival.
Pictures of spectacular seventies cars at the Goodwood Festival.
Martin Donnelly got back behind the wheel of a Lotus 102, in which he suffered a dreadful crash in 1990.
The turbo era started with one rather ugly and chronically unreliable car: the Renault RS01.
Pictures of Cosworth’s experimental 4WD car and more ’60s machines.
The only victory scored by a four-wheel-drive car in a Formula 1 race came 50 years ago.
Classic 1950s front-engined F1 cars from Ferrari, Lotus, Alfa Romeo and more at the Festival.
It crashed into the Monaco harbour and won a championship – though not for the team that built it.
The Lotus 88 was banned after the team made several attempts to race it in 1981.
Current F1 drivers including Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button to appear at Festival.
F1 Fanatic has five pairs of tickets to Friday of the Goodwood Festival of Speed to be won.
The Goodwood Festival organisers plan to attract their largest field of current F1 cars this year.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a terrific event which brings together classic and contemporary racing cars along with their drivers in a summer tea party setting. I look forward to it every year. Does the DVD review bring it to life?
McLaren’s MP4-12C road car is a vital product for the company as it seeks to become a major independent sports car manufacturer as well as a racing team. Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have been involved in the development of their first sports car since the F1 and the pair drove it on its public … Continue reading Hamilton and Button drive MP4-12C (Video)
Our final set of pictures from the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed feature more highlights from the non-F1 cars in display and in action. See below for 40 pictures of cars in disciplines as diverse as touring cars, rallying, NASCAR, endurance racing and more.