Our favourite pics from the Goodwood 73rd Members' Meeting - McLaren F1 GTR and more

The best images from the Goodwood meet

There was a fairly incredible selection of cars on offer at the 73rd Goodwood Members' Meet, including the largest collection of McLaren F1 GTRs ever assembled in one place.

As you may have spotted on our Twitter and Instragram feeds, we were there to witness it. With the dust settled, we've gone through and picked out our favourite snaps from the show.

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The McLarens were an obvious highlight, with the sound of the BMW V12 just as exciting today as it was back in its heyday. Interestingly, cold tyres and tarmac meant the Saturday actually saw some of the hugely expensive (an extremely rare) long tail F1s going into a spin. Thankfully no damage was done but we can't imagine it was a particularly relaxing moment for drivers.

Then there was the high airbox F1 cars from the 1970s, which actually saw some of the best racing we've ever witnessed at a Goodwood meet.

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Take a look through the gallery below and let us know your thoughts.




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