The final day of Goodwood Revival looks set to be the best yet.
And with two historic air displays and entertainment both on and off the circuit, there will be no shortage of atmosphere.
Gates will be opening at 7.30am with racing set to start at 10am.
At 4.30pm visitors can expected to see the finest collection of authentic racing Ford GT40s gathering for an exceptional race.
This year’s Revival marks the 50th anniversary of the car’s development - in the Whitsun Trophy race.
The GT40 has a long association with Goodwood, having tested and raced at the circuit and appeared at the Revival since the first event in 1998.
The second race of the Settrington Cup will also take place today.
A Tour De France demonstration will take place at 3.15pm and prize giving will take place at 6.45pm.
Motor racing aside, vintage fashion has always been one of the vital ingredients which makes Revival such as unique celebration. Goodwood will be looking out for stylish men and elegant ladies, and giving them the opportunity to walk the catwalk should they wish to show off their outfits.
For a full round-up of the weekend’s festivities including all the pictures, see next week’s Observer.