Sebastien Buemi captures his other half in her ball gown outside the house. 250 GT SWB in the background.
Damon drove Lotus Type 56-1.
Hans Stuck reunited with Audi 200 weapon.
Paul Knapfield flew in his glorious one-off Ferrari 712.
The father of my little Polo.
Porsche 911 in its many guises was celebrated.
Dan Collins flew in Lotus Type 88 before stuffing it at Molcomb. He wouldn’t be the last.
Toyota Celica in full tricycle mode.
Mk1 Escort doing the only thing it knows how to do.
Mikko Hirvonen was absolutely flying in the DS3 WRC. The speed he was able to carry was awe-inspiring – an articulate demonstration of the sheer talent of the top rally drivers.
Glorious JWA Porsche 917.
Honda CBR1000RR superbike of Alex Lowes.
JYS demonstrated Mercedes-Benz W196.
The most exciting thing Max Chilton has ever done. Literally.
Knapfield got into the run-off in his sonorous 312PB.
Al Buncombe was on customarily scintillating form.
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Justin Law in his faithful Jaguar XJR-8/9 on his way to winning the run-off.
Gregory Guilvert asked more questions than he answered…could Loeb have taken the hill record in the crazy 208 T16?
Toyota Camry NASCAR Sprint Cup car. Subtle, ain’t it?
Ludicrous 8,000bhp Funny Car sponsored by Metal Hammer magazine. I’ve seen it all now.
Ford ST stand afforded the finest views of the place.
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s vast Bluebird V occupied pride of place on the cricket pitch. The display featured the first cars to reach 200, 300 and 400mph all together.
Jaguar CX-75 prototype left onlookers gasping in despair that it won’t see production.
Jaguar XFR-S comes in lairy and lairy specifications. Both lairy.
41.6 seconds. One of the most breath-taking moments in my 25 years at the trackside. Nick Heidfeld was reunited with the McLaren MP4-13 in which he stole the hill record back in 1999. Less significantly, the car also helped Mika Hakkinen to F1 title glory in 1998.
The most significant racing Cobra of all.
A child on a bicycle somewhere high in the sky.
A child on a motorcycle contemplating being high in the sky.
Wonderful atmosphere across the Cartier Style et Luxe as the sun set on Saturday.
Tiff Needell in traditional sideways pose aboard land yacht BMW M6 Gran Coupe.