Goodwood Moving Motor show has reopened following a crash in the pavilion earlier this afternoon.
Eyewitnesses said that the driver of the Mugen Civic Type R crashed into a static Jaguar E-Type, knocking it into the rest of the Jaguar stand, and then came to a stop by knocking out some of the side of the pavilion's structure.
"At 12:40 today, an incident occurred within the exhibition hall at the Goodwood Moving Motor Show when a driver of a slow moving car blacked out, lost control of his vehicle and injured four people," said a Goodwood spokesperson.
"None of the four people involved have sustained any major injuries and have not been hospitalised. They have been treated on-site as a precaution."
Until the accident, visitors had been commenting on the success of the new event, which has been widely seen as a possible replacement for the motor shows at Earls Court and the NEC.