Once a year at the end of June, more than 150,000 people descend upon the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, United Kingdom, to attend the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed and Hillclimb events.
New records are set and broken each time the festival occurs, as dozens of the world’s finest auto manufacturers bring out their latest and greatest to be a part of the show. This year’s event was no exception, and as a result, we have dozens upon dozens of fantastic moments captured on video and accessible to the entire world.
If you weren’t able to make it for this year’s event, no worries – we’ve compiled ten of the best moments from the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, all of which you can watch below. So sit back, hit play and let us know in the comments when you’ve arranged your plans to visit Goodwood for 2016.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS’ Public Introduction
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Though the 911 GT3 RS hasn’t officially launched yet – it’s set to do so in July – George Clooney is already on the list of pending owners. Where better to introduce the latest 911 to automotive enthusiasts than the Goodwood Festival of Speed?
Koenigsegg One:1 Hillclimb from the Driver’s Point of View
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It’s fast, exciting, exhilarating and absolute music to your ears, and the whole course has been driven before you even realize it.
Ken Block Drifts and Does Donuts on the Hillclimb
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The Festival of Speed is for all types of driving, and they mean all types. Just one of the more impressive demonstrations was Ken Block’s trip around the track in his Mustang, dubbed the “Hoonicorn.”
Ferrari FXX K Completes the Hillclimb
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You can check out our article from July 1 to see our full take on this video, but in short, this car is incredible. Click play and see for yourself.
Nissan Juke RS NISMO Sets Two Wheeled Mile Record
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It’s not often a Nissan that isn’t a Skyline or GT-R makes it onto our blog, but the Juke held its own by completing a two-wheeled mile in record time at this year’s festival. Watch above, and read more in our June 29 article.
Koenigsegg One:1 and the Regera’s Debut
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Koenigsegg broke past the ranks of supercar and hypercar to the level of megacar with the creation of the One:1, and they’re perfecting the formula with the Regera. Read the full report in our June 29 article.
The Beast of Turin Spits Flames on the Hillclimb
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It was created to capture the land speed record in a 1911 Fiat, has a massive displacement of 28.3 liters and spent 100 years inactive, and now it’s back at full force. Check out the Beast of Turin on the Hillclimb, and read more about it in our Dec. 4, 2014 article.
Aston Martin Vulcan Debuts
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Of the many spectacular cars debuting at this year’s event, the Aston Martin Vulcan’s was perhaps one of the most highly anticipated. Read more in our June 29 article.
Oliver Webb’s Point of View in the BAC Mono
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24-year-old Oliver Webb has already finished first at the 24-hours of Le Mans and secured a position as a test driver for BAC, meaning a drive with him at the wheel will undoubtedly be exciting. Of course, with a one-seater like the Mono, this video is the closest you can get to being his passenger. Read more in our July 1 article.
Toyota Pikes Peak Celica Does Hillclimb at 130 mph
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In less than one minute, Rod Millen arrives at the start line, tears through the course and pulls past the finish line in this impressively powerful creation from Toyota, with the whistling of the turbochargers audible the whole way.