The best supercars from the Goodwood Festival of Speed Supercar Paddock

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. 

There's quite a mix, with track-only limited specials like the Ferrari FXX K rubbing shoulders with entry-level supercars like the McLaren 570S - and everything you could imagine in between. 

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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Driving the iconic Honda NSX R at Goodwood

Our Verdict

Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti originally brought us the Veyron and now has masterminded a 1487bhp, £2.5m masterpiece that's set to become the world's fastest production car

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29 June 2017
Rimac's car is actually a Concept One, not the upcoming Concept S - someone at Goodwood made a mistake.

Talked to Rimac's test driver and apparently the S has pretty much finished development, just not ready for the public reveal yet.

2 July 2017
To the 9 year old who was bought a Pagani by his dad - good luck on becoming a rounded, well educated human being and not a narcissistic brat. You've got your work cut out.

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