The F1 GTR, which won Le Mans in 1995 and also claimed the highest practice top speed of the year at 236mph, will be taking to the Goodwood Hill.
It will be joined by the F1 GTR 'Longtail', built for the 1997 racing season. At Le Mans that year the car reached 196mph on the Mulsanne straight, eventually placing second behind Joest Racing's Porsche WSC-95.
Also being showcased at Goodwood is the one-off F1 LM prototype - built to honour the F1 GTR's victory. Under the codename of F1/XP1LM the car is finished in Papaya Organe, the same colour as team founder Bruce McLaren's early F1 racers.