RENAULT RS01 - While it didn't score a victory (it mostly racked up a string of retirements), the Renault RS01 is the car that sparked F1's first turbo era. The French firm spotted the potential of blown engines, sparking an era of hugely powerful F1 cars. The 40th anniversary of Renault's F1 entry is being celebrated at Goodwood
BMS SCUDERIA - Not every F1 car to take to the Goodwood hill is a race-winning classic...
RENAULT RS01 - The RS01 was powered by a 1.5-litre turbocharged V6
RENAULT RS01 - Fittingly, the car headed up the 'Turbo era and beyond' class at Goodwood
MCLAREN-COSWORTH M23 - From an era before Ron Dennis... The M23 was used by James Hunt on his way to the 1976 F1 title. It was a season so epic they should have made a film... oh, wait, you know the rest...
TYRRELL-COSWORTH 003 - Jackie Stewart claimed his second F1 title in this car, notching up six wins during the 1971 season
LANCIA-FERRARI D50 - The D50 was built by Lancia but with the firm in financial difficulty, they were sold to Enzo Ferrari when Lancia quit racing. Juan Manuel Fangio claimed the 1956 crown driving one
EIFELLAND-COSWORTH E21 - Gunther Hennerici ran a successful caravan business, but his success in holiday-homes-on-wheels didn't carry over into grand prix team ownership. The 1972 E21 featured some unusual (read: unsuccessful) design features - check out that air intake
WILLIAMS-RENAULT FW14B - One of the most advanced F1 cars of all-time, the FW14B from 1992 featured a host of electronic systems including active suspension. The big red 5 on the nose should tell you whose car this is - Nigel Mansell used it to dominate the '92 title race
BENETTON-FORD B193 - As used by Michael Schumacher during the 1993 season. The German claimed one win and eight podiums with this car, further marking himself out as a talent to watch for the future
FERRARI F60 - This was Ferrari's challenger for the 2009 F1 season. It was outclassed by BrawnGP (remember them?) and Red Bull, with Kimi Raikkonen claiming a sole win in the Belgian GP
RED BULL RB7 - Don't let the 2017 colour scheme confuse you: this is actually Red Bull's 2011 challenger, as used by Sebastian Vettel to take 11 wins and his second championship title
EIFELLAND-COSWORTH E21 - From the side, the full majesty of the E21 is readily apparent. And when we say majesty...
RED BULL-RENAULT RB7 - The 2017 Red Bull paint job on this 2011 car is a fetching shade of matte grey. It's quite effective when you see it up close
RENAULT E20 - Okay, this may get a bit confusing. This is the Lotus E20 car from 2013, painted up in Renault colours. Renault ran the team until selling it at the end of 2009, when it was rebranded Lotus, until Renault bought it back in 2016, and... oh forget that, just enjoy this pic of Jolyon Palmer driving a Renault-liveried F1 car
LOTUS 49 - The Lotus 49 is so revered it has an entire class at this year's Festival, with seven examples taking to the hill
LOTUS 49 - Do you prefer your Lotus 49 in classic Lotus green and yellow, or Gold Leaf red and gold?
MCLAREN-HONDA MP4/6 - The combination of McLaren and Honda used to be virtually unbeatable. Senna used this V12-powered machine to claim his third title in 1991
MCLAREN-HONDA MP4/6 - Senna won seven races in the 1991 season. McLaren-Honda would quite like to score seven points in the 2017 season...
WILLIAMS-RENAULT FW14B - F1 racer-turned-TV pundit Karun Chandhok drove Nigel Mansell's FW14B at Goodwood
TOLEMAN TG185 - This 1985 car was the final entered by the Toleman team before it was bought by Benetton and rebranded in 1986. The Benetton team was later sold to Renault... and, if you've been keeping score, you'll know it was later rebranded at Lotus before being sold back to Renault
BRABHAM-COSWORTH BT49 - Nelson Piquet claimed his first world title driving for Brabham in 1981. At that time, the team was owned by Bernie Ecclestone, who is being celebrated at Goodwood this weekend
TOLEMAN TG185 - The Toleman TG185 was not a great car, but it did have one great moment: Teo Fabi qualified it on pole for the 1985 German Grand Prix, the first to be held on the 'modern' Nurburgring circuit. Fabi set his time during Friday qualifying, and nobody could beat it when rain fell on Saturday
WILLIAMS-COSWORTH FW06 - The Williams team is celebrating 40 years of racing at the Festival. The FW06 from 1978 was where it really all being: it was the first car the team built from scratch
TYRRELL-COSWORTH 006 - Jackie Stewart clinched his final title in this car in 1973, before retiring from the sport at the end of the season
LOTUS-RENAULT 97T - Ayrton Senna claimed his first grand prix win in a 97T, triumphing in a sodden Portuguese Grand Prix in 1985. The car is worth celebrating for that alone, before considering the stunning JPS colours
TOYOTA TF104 - Toyota spent a lot of money to little effect during its time as an F1 constructor. This was the team's 2004 effort
BRABHAM-BMW BT52 - The 1.5-litre turbocharged BMW engine in the back of Nelson Piquet's 1983 title winner is among the craziest in F1 history: it produced 850bhp, at least when the team could test it. It was a bit too powerful for dynos of the time
MCLAREN-HONDA MP4/6 - F1 cars always draw a crowd at Goodwood
SAUBER-FORD C14 - Sauber's 1995 challenger has a notable place in F1 history: it was the first grand prix car to feature Red Bull sponsorship. Not many people would have predicted a sugary energy drink firm would go on to become one of the sport's most successful constructors... Karl Wendlinger, who drove the car in 1995, is driving it at the Festival
WILLIAMS-COSWORTH FW06 - The Williams heads out of the assembly area on its way to the hill
RENAULT RE40 - This 1983 machine was Renault's first all-carbon fibre chassis, powered by a 1.5-litre V6 turbo that could produce around 1400bhp in qualifying trim. Yes, 1400bhp. Blimey.
TYRRELL-COSWORTH 003 - Fun fact: Tyrrell was eventually sold to BAR, which was eventually sold to Honda, who then sold the team to Ross Brawn, who sold the team to Mercedes. So Jackie Stewart's 1971 title winner is a distant relative of Lewis Hamilton's 2017 Merc. Sort of...
LOTUS 49 - Classic Team Lotus colours. Always look good.
HONDA RA300 - The 'Hondola' (it was a collaboration between Honda and Lola) was used by John Surtees to win the epic 1967 Italian Grand Prix. It's appearing at Goodwood as part of a special collection of cars and bikes from the career of Surtees, the only driver to win world titles on two and four wheels
FERRARI F2007 - Kimi Raikkonen's 2007 title winner is powered up the hill
MCLAREN-COSWORTH M23 - James Hunt's 1976 title winner is always a popular Goodwood sight
RED BULL-RENAULT RB7 - Did you realise Red Bull is now the sixth most successful constructor in F1 history? The team has more wins than the likes of Brabham, Renault, Tyrrell and BRM...
BRABHAM - A car from the team Bernie Ecclestone used to run passes by the statue celebrating the man
LOTUS-RENAULT 97T - Ayrton Senna took the first of his 41 race wins in this Lotus
HONDA RA300 - This was Honda's first grand prix winner. Don't hear the words 'Honda' and 'grand prix winner' go together a lot at the moment, sadly...
MCLAREN-COSWORTH M23 - James Hunt's 1976 title winner passes Goodwood House
TYRRELL-COSWORTH 003 - This ex-Jackie Stewart car is being driven by his son, Paul.
SURTEES-HART TS15 - As well as winning world titles on two and four wheels, the great John Surtees also ran his own team. Jochen Mass drove this to second place in the 1973 European F2 Championship (and, no, this isn't actually an F1 car, but it's still lovely and deserving of a pic...)
RENAULT E21 - Next stop: the top of the hill
As ever, this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed features an astonishing array of grand prix machinery, from the sport’s earliest days right through to the ultra-sophisticated modern machine.
The Festival is a great place to experience F1 cars, as well: the public can get a lot closer to the machinery than they’d ever hope to do at a grand prix.
We picked out a small assortment of Formula 1 cars from the event – check them out in the gallery above.
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