There’ll be plenty more F1 photos from Goodwood to follow but here’s a taster of some of the F1 cars to whet your appetite.
Around 300 cars are taking to the famous Goodwood Hill this year and F1 machinery ranges from Ferraris and Mercedes from the 1950s right up to todays F1 cars from Honda, Williams and more.
Lewis Hamilton is tipped to attend on Sunday – we’ll have more pictures here tomorrow.
BRM Type 25
Ferrari 246 Dino
John Surtees, Honda RA103
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4 comments on “Pictures from Goodwood”
23rd June 2007, 23:51
That 2000 Ferrari is ugly:d
24th June 2007, 22:06
apologies we missed you again today :-(
the weather kinda messed up our plans, we didn’t have any portable lighting, so the sun was a bit necessary.
hopefully we can catch up at silverstone, or failing that do something on the phone soon.
hope you didn’t get too muddy!
25th June 2007, 0:31
Hey ‘valy’ …… what makes a car “ugly”? Now the most beautiful
car at Festival this year is the B.R.M. P25. smooth, efficient, the minimum number for parts to win races. Of course you’ve got to be an old goat like me to remember them running! National colours, NO commercial advertising and drivers who would talk to the public!
Thanks for reminding me of the ‘good old days’.
25th June 2007, 1:07
Usually,I see F1 cars just on TV. I saw at an exhibition a Ferrari next to a Mclaren Mercedes, and the Ferrari was more like a “box” with wheels, while the Mclaren was beautiful. The cars were from ’97 or ’98 season.
From the pictures above, I like the Lotus 49B.
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