Sunday, 1 May 2011

Goodwood Breakfast Club - Supercar Sunday 2011

The Goodwood Breakfast Club is a superb event; it's free to get in, you're always guaranteed an eclectic selection of cars, and it starts really early, so you can have a full show done and dusted before lunchtime. Winner all round.
2011's Supercar Sunday exceeded all expectations, with the fine weather bringing out a huge variety of exotic metal of all ages. Here's a small selection of what was on show.

This Ferrari 330 looked glorious - strangely overlooked by the crowds though, who were making a beeline for the 458 Italia a few feet away. Wonder if they knew that the 330 is rather rarer and more expensive...

Patinated GT40 was, of course, getting a lot of attention.

Age-old rivals in forced induction, the Jaguar XJ220 and Ferrari F40, were well represented.

Rare 911s were in abundance, including this Speedster and CS.

Gullwings, old and new.

Ultra-rare though the Iso Grifo is, there were two in attendance.

The Porsche 550 Spyder was built for speed, not comfort!

RS Fords added a welcome air of blue-collar hooliganism.

The Veyron's supercool uncle: the EB110.

...and to round things off, a bit of Yank muscle.

See you there next time?

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