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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.

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Another year, another chance to admire the imagery of Peter Aylward and the annual Silverstone Classic. As the event continues to evolve, so does Peter’s eye for capturing the machines that make it possible. From German engineering to American Iron, a bit of everything, from everywhere, attends the yearly event that celebrates historic race cars from decades passed.

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Back in March, crowds gathered for the 76th annual Goodwood Members’ Meeting, and with them was the talented Peter Aylward. Each year, Peter travels to the UK’s best vintage motor racing events, giving us here at StanceWorks the opportunity to live vicariously through his incredible imagery. Luckily for us, he loves to shoot, meaning not only one, but two photo-packed galleries of vintage racing goodness to cover 2018’s 76MM.

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It was worth the wait, we promise. With excitement, we share the second half of Peter Aylward’s coverage of the 75th Goodwood Members’ Meeting. If 50 photos weren’t tantalizing enough, we’re confident 50 more will be. Don’t forget to check out Peter’s work on his website, his facebook page, and of course his instagram too: @peteraylward.

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For years, we’ve longed to join in on the absolutely incredible Goodwood Members’ Meeting. As is tradition, however, we’ve missed it once again, instead forcing ourselves to enjoy from afar. Luckily for us, though, Peter Aylward has put together an incredible collection of photos. The collection is so large, in fact, that we’ve been forced to split up the 101 photos into two individual sets. Today, we invite you to take in Part I.

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