It's a strange feeling, lining up on the start line for a run up the famous hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. There are plenty of eyes trained on you, watching and waiting for the lone marshal to drop his hand and let you loose.

Sitting next to me in the driver's seat is Lamborghini test driver Max Venturi, whose job it is this weekend to wow the festival crowds at the wheel of the new Huracan. Normally for a Lamborghini that would be no problem at all, but alongside the likes of the McLaren P1, LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, SLS Black Series and even the new, road-going Sin R1, the Huracan almost looks restrained.