Alfa Romeo's 4C will have its moving debut at the Festival of Speed
Road and racing 911s will thunder up the hill to celebrate 50 years of Porsche's icon
Andreas Mikkelsen will be among the WRC legends to take part in Goodwood's rally stage
90 years of Le Mans will be celebrated with a display of winning cars - the Audi R18 among them
A mock up of the 1000mph Bloodhound supersonic car will be on display
Bluebird CN7 LSR set a record of 403.10mph at Lake Eyre in 1964
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird V LSR is crossing the Atlantic to be at Goodwood
Visitors to Goodwood will get to experience Bowler first hand
Goodwood offers visitors the perfect chance to see modern and classic supercars up close
Expect to see Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Nico Rosberg and Roman Grosjean indulging the crowds
McLaren's £866,000 P1 will get its moving debut at Goodwood
Renault’s Twizy F1 concept will debut on British soil under the eyes of former Renault F1 racers Rene Arnoux and Alain Prost
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. In that time it has grown from a small celebration of motorsport at Lord March’s country pile into one of the world’s biggest motorsport shows.
With hundreds of iconic cars and world famous drivers lining up to tackle Goodwood’s narrow and winding hillclimb and twisting rally stage, here are the 20 things we’re most looking forward to...
Putting worries about tyre conservation to the back of their minds, expect to see Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Nico Rosberg and Roman Grosjean indulge in burnouts to thrill the crowds.
Renault’s unhinged Twin’Run and Twizy F1 concepts will debut on British soil. Former Renault F1 racers Rene Arnoux and Alain Prost and rally legend Jean Ragnotti will take turns in driving the machines.
If you want to see what WRC is really like, make sure you stroll up the hill and watch Andreas Mikkelsen and other legends slide around the forest rally stage.
Cartier Style et Lux
50 of the world’s finest historics will compete at this year’s concours d’élégance, including the stunning 1929 Bugatti Type 41 ‘Royale’ and the one-off Phantom Corsair from 1938.
Speed record machines
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird V LSR is crossing the Atlantic from its home at the Daytona International Speedway to be joined by the Bluebird CN7 LSR. Also look out for the LSR Sunbeam 1000bhp Tiger.
From F1 to P1
There’s the tantalising potential of the McLaren P1 hypercar, on its dynamic debut, having a crack at the fastest time up the 1.16-mile course for a production car. Not to be missed.
Michelin supercar run
Expect to see more than 50 supercars in total, with the likes of Lamborghini, Porsche, Bugatti and Jaguar represented. Supercars will also feature in a new parking area close to the hill.
232 GP wins on parade
17 winners; 232 F1 successes. Legends such as Nelson Piquet, Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jackie Stewart, John Surtees, Jochen Mass and Emerson Fittipaldi will appear. Look out for ‘Quick’ Nick Heidfeld, too.
The lion roars
Peugeot’s copper and carbonfibre supercar – the Onyx - combines futuristic design and the use of innovative materials with huge power from a 3.7-litre, 600bhp, V8 HDI diesel-electric hybrid power unit.
Moving Motor Show
The Goodwood Moving Motor Show, held on Thursday, will offer new car buyers and enthusiasts the opportunity to see the very latest models up close, and in many cases drive them.
Porsche 911 turns 50
Experience Bowler first-hand
Not only will visitors get the chance to see and hear the ferocious Bowler rally cars at the off-road driving area, but (for a fee) will get to experience them, too.
See the future
Take some time out from indulging in the past to see the future of mobility, with hydrogen concept cars, solar-powered race cars and rare prototypes at the FoS-TECH domes.
Ex-Fangio W196 'Benz
It’s hard to put into words the significance of this particular lot. Bonhams will auction Juan Manuel Fangio’s German and Swiss grands prix-winning 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196. It could go for more than £10 million.
The last airworthy Vulcan bomber, recently threatened with decommission, will fly overhead at this year’s show. XH558 first flew in 1960 and still does thanks to the Vulcan to the Sky Trust.
Alfa Romeo 4C debut
The most exciting Alfa in decades will be seen on the move for the first time in the UK. The Lotus Elise-sized Alfa 4C is built around a carbonfibre tub and weighs less than 900kg.
90 years of Le Mans
Few racing cars are as inspiring as those involved in the top echelon of endurance racing, and you can expect everything from the early Bentley 4½ Litre to the invincible Audi R18 of recent times.
Hemi under glass
Bob Riggle will be back doing wheelies in the ‘Hemi Under Glass’ 1965 Plymouth Barracuda. It should be quite a sight, especially with the Barracuda’s 426 Hemi where you’d normally find the back seats.
The actual world record attempt car is still in development, but the Bloodhound team will be bringing a mock-up of their 1,000mph challenger. The real thing uses an F1 Cosworth V8 as a fuel pump.
Wailing F1 cars
Amongst Le Mans winners and Can-Am monsters, Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull, Mercedes, Caterham, Lotus and Marussia will all be bringing modern Formula 1 machinery to scream up the hill.
Matt Burt and Richard Lane