Some cars are cool, some cars are beautiful and some cars manage to be both and also incredibly rare at the same time. To see those out and about or in a museum is pretty incredible, to see those being pushed as hard as they can be around the Goodwood Motor Circuit is even better.
That’s what happens every year at the Goodwood Revival, incredibly rare and beautiful cars attack the circuit in hard battle on track. Some are unique – like the Battlebird, Ferrari Breadvan or the Aston Martin Project 212, some were built in incredibly small numbers like the 1964 body of the Ferrari 250 GTO and some are just now very rare to see like a Lotus 30. All though, are worthy of mention as cars you’ll very rarely see racing elsewhere.