Some of the finest machines in grand prix racing history have fired up the Goodwood hill this weekend. Here are some of our favourites

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. 

More from the 2017 Festival of Speed

Gallery: the best of Friday

Gallery: celebrating 70 years of Ferrari

Gallery: 50 years of AMG

Our show highlights

Ecclestone celebrated with Goodwood sculpture

Our Verdict

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