BUGATTI CHIRON: It's a rare occasion that the Chiron isn't the most expensive car in the vicinity. It's well and truly trounced at Goodwood, though.
The Supercar Paddock. It's full of super cars. Which is super news...
BUGATTI CHIRON: It's a rare occasion that the Chiron isn't the most expensive car in the vicinity. It's well and truly trounced here, though.
BUGATTI CHIRON: It's almost certainly one of the fastest in a straight line, though - even among racing cars...
SINGER 1990 PORSCHE 911 TARGA: This immaculate Porsche 911 Targa (reimagined by Singer Vehicle Design) won't be taking to the hill.
SINGER 1990 911 TARGA: It's the oldest car in the supercar paddock, by some 19 years.
FERRARI FXX K: Blue is an unusual colour for a Ferrari. But the FXX K isn't a usual Ferrari, is it?
FERRARI FXX K: It's one of the most exclusive cars in the paddock, with only 40 made.
FERRARI FXX K: Those wheels look pretty serious, don't they?
FERRARI: There are no fewer than eight Ferraris in the Supercar Paddock. There are 48 cars in total.
FERRARI: You can bet your bottom dollar that every one of the Ferraris here is something incredibly special.
FERRARI: ...and if they're not exclusive, you just know that they'll be pristinely, meticulously looked after.
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: The Vulcan's rear lights are as intricate as the car is extreme.
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: It's also got a rather special stablemate in this Pagani Zonda. More on that later, though.
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: To avoid ticking off existing Vulcan owners who bought their Vulcan for exclusivity, Aston Martin is offering the AMR Pro as an upgrade to existing Vulcans.
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: This ensures that the car's production run of 24 is strictly upheld.
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: The AMR Pro kit costs between £100,000 and £150,000. That sounds a lot by itself, but it's less than 10% of the car's £1.8 million price tag. That's the equivalent of speccing sat-nav on a supermini, we reckon
ASTON MARTIN VULCAN AMR PRO: 24 examples made means 24 owners, right? Wrong; one owner bought two.
PAGANI ZONDA: This, the 'Oliver Evolution Edition', is owned by a nine-year-old boy.
PAGANI ZONDA: It was bought by his father, for the boy to drive when of age.
PAGANI ZONDA: The boy's name? Oliver, duh. Oliver is a very lucky boy, obviously.
PAGANI ZONDA: That's a long time to wait for a present. Hopefully the boy's father bought him a radio-controlled scale version, too.
PAGANI HUAYRA BC: The other Pagani in the paddock is the Huayra BC.
PAGANI HUAYRA BC: The hardcore model is both lighter and faster than the standard Huayra.
FORD GT: Now there's a face that everyone can recognise.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: Lamborghini's £1.64 million, sold-out centenary car. And we've had a go in one today.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: Gotta louvre that rear end.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: Lamborghini only made 40, and while they've all found homes, you probably won't see one parked outside your local Post Office.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: The Centenario's body is made entirely from carbonfibre.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: The £1.64 million hypercar's wheels are as intricate as you'd expect. Don't kerb them.
LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR S: The replacement for the number-happy Aventador LP750-4.
LAMBORGHINI: There are only three Lamborghinis in the supercar paddock, but each packs a punch. In the foreground is the Huracán Performante.
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: Now that's a detailed front end
LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO: Yes, it's another subtle Lamborghini
ROLLS-ROYCE WRAITH BLACK BADGE: Black Badge is the sportier end of Rolls-Royce. Don't expect it to be a Ferrari 488 GTB-beater, though.
ROLLS-ROYCE WRAITH BLACK BADGE: Even the Spirit of Ecstasy is finished in black.
NISSAN BLADEGLIDER: We're driving one of these on Sunday. The car's delta shape means it rather stands out. It's concept only, though. Boo!
MCLAREN P1 LM: The UK is represented by McLaren's P1 LM.
MCLAREN P1 GTR: 986bhp, less than 1400kg and £2 million - the P1 GTR is well at home in the hypercar company of the paddock.
MCLAREN P1 GTR: McLaren represented the UK admirably; six of the 48 cars in the paddock were built in Woking.
MCLAREN P1 GTR: The P1 GTR is the most extreme of them.
MCLAREN 570S SPIDER: McLaren revealed its new baby drop-top at Goodwood.
MCLAREN 570S SPIDER: It's expected to be the best-selling convertible in the brand's range.
MCLAREN 570S SPIDER: It'll usurp the 650S Spider and will undoubtedly outsell the more expensive upcoming 720S Spider. Speaking of which...
MCLAREN 720S: ...the 720S of course put in an appearance.
MCLAREN 720S: Woking's latest supercar, the replacement for the 650S, costs from £208,600.
MCLAREN 720S: It's not cheap, but it looks great - the blue paint is quite striking too.
RADICAL RXC TURBO: Radical's road-going track car is one of the most hardcore cars on display.
RADICAL RXC TURBO: Its sibling, the SR8 LM, is a Nürburgring lap record holder...
RADICAL RXC TURBO: ...as is the standard SR8.
RADICAL RXC TURBO: The RXC could continue the family tradition, and break it for a third time for the company.
RADICAL RXC TURBO: Power comes from a 3.5-litre V6.
RIMAC CONCEPT S: Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac has hit headlines for other reasons in recent weeks, but its Concept S has huge presence at Goodwood.
RIMAC CONCEPT S: Huge presence, but a tiny engine noise.
ZENVO TSR: Denmark's second supercar, after Zenvo's ST1
ZENVO TSR: It's the track-only version of the TS1 - the successor to the ST1.
ZENVO TSR: Power comes from a 7.0-litre V8, and it's capable of 233mph in road-going TS1 form.
ITALDESIGN ZEROUNO: Italdesign's first production car, the 5-unit Zerouno, is a rival to the Lamborghini Huracan and Porsche 911 Turbo.
ITALDESIGN ZEROUNO: It has a starting price of more than £1.3 million - but is tipped to cost close to £2m after individual owners add their options.
ITALDESIGN ZEROUNO: The new supercar uses a 5.2-litre V10 engine shared with the top-end versions of the Audi R8.
ITALDESIGN ZEROUNO: Top speed is estimated at 205mph and the 0-62mph acceleration time will be just 3.2sec.
PININFARINA FITTIPALDI EF7: Originally the Pininfarina H2 concept, the production car has a naturally aspirated V8 engine with more than 592bhp.
PININFARINA FITTIPALDI EF7: The car is engineered by HWA, the German race engineering company owned by Hans Werner Aufrecht, a founder of AMG.
PININFARINA FITTIPALDI EF7: A production run of 25 cars is planned.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is well underway, and the Festival's Supercar Paddock is wowing crowds, with a large and eclectic collection of machinery on display.
We've picked out some of our favourite supercars into one super gallery for your enjoyment. Click through at your leisure and pretend you're at the Festival.
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