Great conversation with Gerhard Berger and Emanuele Pirro. I could listen to Pirro talk about racing all day.
The first of this years Goodwood Breakfast clubs was the Soft Top Sunday theme. Thankfully we had lovely weather this morning which must have helped with the turnout and the drive down on quiet roads was rather enjoyable. Not many words from this point, just images.
Today at Goodwood Breakfast Club
We dont have Cars and Coffee in the UK, atleast not to the same extent as in the USA, but Goodwood (who else) does its best to make up for that with 4 events a year, celebrating a different theme each time. This mornings theme was V-Power, so anything powered by a V engine was welcomed, including bikes, 4x4s and some…
A small selection of potato pics of brown cars.
Hello folks, here is a video from the greatest country in the world and it features all the Shelby Daytona Coupes in existence.
I have an interview with Rolls Royce Motor Cars in the near future. I just wanted to check if there are any opponauts with experience with them?
And it was thoroughbred Sunday, a day for classic thoroughbred sports cars, every breakfast club is fairly lax on the themes and thoroughbred is probably the most lax of them all. No matter as we got to see some real beauties. Apologies for poor photos but still I want to share.
So g/f is on travel to visit her family in SE England. Short notice family emergency so I did not attend. Her family lives about an hour from Goodwood. Because she’s a sweet girlfriend and knows I am interested in any cars she might see, she sends me photos of any she spots. Thus far:
I don’t think there is anything else in the world that comes close to the Festival of Speed for variety, and its pretty true that its petrolhead Nirvana.
Tomorrow I’ll be up at 3:30am to get ready and head out for Goodwood festival of speed, that means I’m going to have about 5 hours sleep, lucky me
Im digging it.
And that means a delicious gif party. (More after jump. This post would look way cooler pre-Kinja)
This is how FWD should be (ab)used.
This is all I want out of life.
Freddie Hunt's first real spin in his father's 1975 Hesketh 308 F1 car at Goodwood and what's it like to drive for "Ferrari".