Goodwood Revival is upon us: that rather excellent annual festival of all things classic. And tweed.
It’s a three-day festival celebrating the finest motoring elements of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, which of course means a celebration of some of the finest motoring things ever.
This year, Sir Jack Brabham will be honoured, along with fourteen F1 cars from 1966 - when the engine size doubled to 3.0-litres. Elsewhere, there’ll be the Kinrara Trophy race, which takes in a grid of Ferraris, Astons and Jags thought to be worth around £150 million. And they’ll be actually racing, not posing. Good.
You’ll also get to see the first flight from Goodwood by a Bristol Blenheim. And the St Mary’s Trophy will include celebrity motorists such as Rowan Atkinson and Sir Chris Hoy.
So, have a click through these pics for a little preview, and check back on TopGear.com for more updates from the event.