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The 20th Goodwood Festival of Speed has been packed with performance machinery, from exotic racers to new production cars making their official debuts. Here is our round up of the highlights.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed has become part of the motoring calendar like almost no other event in the UK. These days it's pretty much a cross between a sprint meeting and a motor show, with manufacturers vying to show off their new models here alongside some of the most esoteric racing machinery going.

Rain on Saturday did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the capacity crowd that came to Sussex to see the sights and to meet the personalities - six current F1 teams were present, with Jensen Button, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel all in action on the Hill in their F1 cars.

But Goodwood has always been about special moments and this year was no exception - here are some of our highlights.

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