We love Goodwood Festival of Speed here at the WeAreShuffle towers, I mean what can we say, wandering around the pits, meeting legendary drivers, snapping some ace cars, whilst taking in the smells of petrol, burnt rubber and the odd whiff of leather.
This will be our fifth visit to take photographs around the event, races, behind the scenes and capture some nice moments on film for clients, social and print.
Here are some of the images from our archive library to enjoy as we process the latest from our recent visit, enjoy!
We dug deep into the archive library to enjoy the previous years as we process the visits. The great Colin Bell (a pleasure sir) and the amazing replica of the Daytona Beach circuit, home to numerous land speed record attempts over the years featuring Sir Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird. The Bluebird broke the Land Speed Record in 1935 at the Bonneville salt flats. Campbell set a time of 301.337mph, marking the eighth time Sir Campbell had broken the LSR — he went on to break it once more, in 1937. That run would mark the fourth consecutive time he’d beaten his own speed record. Simply Amazing!