Goodwood felt like a time capsule last weekend as the heritage-themed Revival took hold at the iconic motoring circuit in West Sussex.
Celebrating the heyday of British motorsport throughout the 40s, 50s and 60s, the Revival offers visitors the chance to see some of the rarest and most exotic cars in the world.
The Revival, now in its 17th year, had a number of important motoring anniversaries to mark. First up was the 50th anniversary of Sir Jackie Stewart's breakthrough Formula 3 test drive in 1964. There was also a special Lavant Cup race, planned to help mark the 60th anniversary of the Jaguar D-type.
Maserati continued its centenary celebrations there too, with a collection of pristine 250F cars on display.
Jaguar's Lightweight E-type – which made its debut at Pebble beach earlier this summer – also received its European debut.
Elsewhere, the Revival also played host to a completely new sports car called the Evanta Barchetta. The 450bhp, V8-powered sports car costs from £125,000, with first orders taken at the show. Its makers say the design is inspired by the retro look of 1950s racers and just 99 will be made.
The Revival always feels unique in that the vast majority of visitors play their part in making its time-travel effect feel real. Most dress up in fashion from the relevant eras, and are supported by an army of actors which bring the Goodwood estate to life. Laurel and Hardy, James Bond, the Beatles – they were all there.