Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019

With life after the accident now mostly returned to normal, it was nice to resume attending car shows, and where better to continue than the Goodwood Festival of Speed. It has been four years since I first attended, although unfortunately my Ferrari was still out of commission and in need of a wing-mirror, so we joined my brother and sister-in-law for just a single day in the sun surrounded by the smell of petrol and burning rubber.

There isn’t much else to add, as Goodwood FOS is pretty well known, with a largely consistent layout and schedule. However, I will add that one day just is not enough to see everything comfortably—two would be much better. I also remember the Thursday and Friday being quieter with less queuing to get it. So without rambling on too much, here is some of what we saw.

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