This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed was a real treat for spectators, with cars as diverse as ever going up the famous hill.
Among them there was Ken Block’s 845hp Hoonicorn, the Ford Mustang-based all-wheel drive monster that starred in Gymkhana Seven. And in the passenger seat there was none other than Lord March, the event’s founder and host.
Maybe because he was trying too hard to impress his co-pilot or maybe because the course was too narrow for the tail-happy Hoonicorn, Block lost the rear end of the car after touching the grass, sending the car towards the hay bales.
Fortunately, he managed to stop the car before hitting them. It was probably Lord March’s most intense ride so far at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.