Team Salzburg Porsche 917K that won the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans
Team Salzburg Porsche 917K that won the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013 – Report and Photos

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013 – Top Photo Gallery Page Nine

1975 Vauxhall Firenza Baby Bertha
1975 Vauxhall Firenza Baby Bertha
Audi Quattro Rally
Audi Quattro Rally
Renault R5 Turbo
Renault R5 Turbo
Porsche 911 Rallye Monte Carlo
Porsche 911 Rallye Monte Carlo
Lancia Stratos Group IV
Lancia Stratos Group IV
Colin Chapman-designed 1962 Lotus 25
Colin Chapman-designed 1962 Lotus 25
Miller 'Golden Submarine' Aerodynamic Coupe
Miller ‘Golden Submarine’ Aerodynamic Coupe
Brabham BT52
Brabham BT52 of Nelson Piquet. Powered by a turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder BMW engine, it was this BT52 that took Piquet to his second Formula 1 title in 1983.
1994 Ford Transit powered by a supercharged 3.0-litre Ford Cosworth engine, which produces 295bhp and has a top speed of 150mph.
1994 Ford Transit powered by a supercharged 3.0-litre Ford Cosworth engine, which produces 295bhp and has a top speed of 150mph.
Maserati 250F, ex-Juan Manuel Fangio German Grand Prix winner at the Nurburgring
Maserati 250F, ex-Juan Manuel Fangio German Grand Prix winner at the Nurburgring

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  1. Full face helmets in pre-1950s cars look historically out of place. This is especially noticeable with the 1903 Mercedes 60HP. And this is Goodwood where history is a primarily on display.

    1. Steve, the photos show the cars not simply “on display,” but going almost full clip. I’m sure that insurance regs require modern helmets. Cloth caps would be on display in static settings.

      1. David, I am referring to full face helmets vs. open face helmets. It simply looks appropriate to use an open face helmet with an older car.

  2. Really appreciate these photos and goes a long way to compensate for not being there. These photos are incredible and so much better than the grim video coverage I’ve seen. Thank you so very very much.

  3. Superb photos.
    What beautiful cars we had when aerodynamic meant simply streamlined. Then downforce was discovered, and that all went to hell.

  4. Note: the Ex-Rob Walker Team, Goodwood Tourist Trophy-winning Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione now has bumpers and a radio aerial!
    Is the Jaguar XJR 13 a replica, or has the original been taken out of the museum?

  5. thank you so much from one who can’t be there. 917’s, a 300 SLR, pre-war GP cars, racing legends at the wheel. I can’t even imagine attending. You would see this 53 year old become the most excited 16 year old kid!

  6. I can’t imagine a comment being made re Modern Helmets being worn in Goodwood Festival events. If I was fortunate enough to get a drive ,even though the cars are up to 100 years old I would like to wear the safest kit available & could not care less it it was not in keeping with the era.
    My safety is paramount ——-not that I would ever get to drive any of these classics.

  7. Spectacular photographs, thanks for sharing them in the larger format. Next best thing to being there…

  8. Mr. Scott’s photos are spectacular. To say I have “Goodwood envy” would be an understatement. If Mr. Scott ever needs an equipment “pack mule” to schlep his gear around Goodwood in the future then I would like to be the first to volunteer.