The Goodwood Festival of Speed is underway. Tens of thousands of spectators will pack into Lord March's estate in the coming days to check out an incredible array of motoring and motorsport stars and cars.
This is the 25th Festival, and the event has grown to become so big that it's easy to miss things. So we're bringing you some of the best photos from the event, and have produced a list of the key things to look out for at Goodwood this weekend.
Keep checking the gallery above for images from the Festival throughout the day.
You can also watch Goodwood's live stream of the event here:
This year's theme is ‘Peaks of Performance – Motorsport’s Game-Changers’, so you'll find a lot of high-octane, high-speed fun. There's even a car or two making their debuts - UK and otherwise - so keep your eyes peeled for the first proper look at some brand new metal. 2017 marks the 70th year of Ferrari, so 70 iconic road and racing models will be on display, with many taking to the hill for dynamic demonstrations. The models on show will vary from vintage Grand Prix cars to the most exotic modern supercars.
Nissan is showing off its BladeGlider, an all-electric sports car concept that comes as part of its Intelligent Mobility demonstration. The brand will also showcase its latest GT-R to the Godowood crowds.
Kubica back in an F1 car
Former Grand Prix race winner Robert Kubica will drive a Renault E20 at the event, his first public outing in an F1 machine since suffering severe injuries in an February 2011 rally accident.
The Pole recently tested the Renault at the Valencia circuit in Spain.Kubica will be joined by a number of F1 stars, including reigning world champion Nico Rosberg, and Valtteri Bottas, the driver who replaced him at Mercedes this year. Ferrari test drivers Marc Gené and Davide Rigon, and Red Bull tester Pierre Gasly will also drive modern grand prix cars up the hill.
Sunday Shootout: a GT showdown
Goodwood traditionally ends with a timed competition, and this year it will feature a special section for stars and cars from the world of GT racing.
The line-up will include Jonny Adam, driving the Aston Martin Vantage that, sharing with Darren Turner and Daniel Serra, he drove to victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans recently.
Also taking part will be Charlie Eastwood, in his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car, Bentley Continental GT3 driver Andy Soucek and Anthony Reid, driving a Arrinerra Hussarya GT3 and a Lexus RC-F GT3. There will also be GT4 cars from Ford and McLaren.