Competition cars come in an incredible array of shapes and sizes, as shown by the machines that hurtled up the Goodwood hill

The diverse world of motorsport was celebrated in its full glory at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last week, with cars from around the world gathering for a blast up Lord March's drive.

From rorty pre-war grand prix machines to rumbling NASCAR V8-engined stock cars, custom-built bewinged hillclimb monsters and outlandish Can-Am creations, there truly was something for everyone's tastes.

We've already brought you the best of the Formula 1 cars that stormed up the hillclimb; now here are some of the highlights from the other motorsport machines on show.Read more

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