England's preeminent car gathering featured some new-car debuts, a new hill-climb record (sort of), and lots of other fun stuff.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is arguably the U.K.'s premier automotive gathering, taking place every summer on the grounds of the famed Goodwood estate near Chichester in the south of England. The hill-climb commands a large share of the attention, but there's a ton of other stuff going on, including a full rally stage, a drifting arena, and array of automaker displays that rivals those at many auto shows. While we've already covered major new-vehicle debuts such as the Ford GT Mk II and the Mercedes-AMG CLA45, we rounded up some of the other noteworthy goings-on that we saw at this year's festival. (Check out Car and Driver's Instagram stories for more Goodwood coverage.)