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Goodwood Revival 36s
Shining a light on four legends - A Jim Clark Lotus-Climax 25, a Ferrari Dino 246S and 250 SWB, as well as the wonderful ERA B-type R5B ‘Remus’!
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The Splined Hub Sep 14
We got a few minutes away from the stand to get into the paddock this morning. some great ETypes! Come over and see us ‘over the road’ Stand 303 at the Revival pls RT
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Alex not just a number Sep 16
One of two in the world original mini roadsters this is the race version the other was next door . I wondered the inspiration for BMW mini roadster here it is.
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Aston Martin Works Sep 12
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🇬🇧 POPS ヨシムラ34🏁 Sep 13
Randoms MV triples 🚀🚀🚀
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Quirky Rides Sep 23
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Dr. Andy Palmer Sep 14
Give me Goodwood on a summers day and you can keep the rest!
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𝔻𝕒𝕟𝕚𝕖𝕝 𝔹𝕖𝕧𝕚𝕤 📝🇪🇺 Sep 15
Traffic’s bloody awful here 😏
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Goodwood Road&Racing Sep 29
How intense was this battle?
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Tim Peake Sep 15
A great day out at judging the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation ahead of an adrenaline packed afternoon of motorsport. Such a stunning array of vintage flying machines.
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Barron Von Twat Sep 16
Goodwood- Lord March’s alarm clock 😂 8am, 2 spitfires & a mustang flyover...
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Toby Moody 🎙 Sep 14
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Race Against Dementia Sep 14
Sir Jackie and Christian Horner catching up at .
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Annabelle Hill Sep 15
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Goodwood FOS Sep 24
Squeeeeeeeeze past that Lotus.
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Aston Martin Sep 18
Is there a better sight than Aston Martin DB4 GT leading the way into the sunset at ?
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Goodwood FOS Sep 18
How crazy are these guys?
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Race Against Dementia Sep 15
View from the pit wall at as Sir Jackie lines up for the 1959 TT Demonstration in a Jaguar long-nosed D Type.
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Aston Martin Sep 15
An on stand demonstration from , the makers of our badges. Produced in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, each Wings badge takes twenty hours to manufacture by hand.
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Darren Turner Sep 16
Well this little Grandma had a ball until the big bad wolf got her!!!! 😬
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