Most outside Australia won’t have heard of Winton Raceway. It’s never hosted a grand prix, it isn’t the birthplace of any forms of motor racing, and it certainly isn’t a place to mingle with “high society.” This little country Victorian track does, however, host its own humble Festival of Speed each year. It’s no Goodwood, but that’s what’s great about it.
If one set wasn’t enough, we’ve got good news: We’re back with Part II of our look back at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018 with 35 more photos of classic racers at their best. Peter Aylward’s stylized imagery captures the essence of the event and the cars that comprise it, leaving us yearning yet again for the chance to attend the event ourselves. With 2019’s event upon us in just a month, we’ve got to rule it out. Maybe 2020 is our year? Fingers crossed.
With the Goodwood Festival of Speed less than a month away, we figure now’s better than ever to take a look back: One of our favorite motorsports photographers, Peter Aylward, has made good on his promise to treat us to the imagery of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. For those somehow unfamiliar, the Goodwood FoS celebrates historic race cars of all walks, from vintage to modern, as long as the machine offers automotive, cultural, or community significance.