THE final day of Festival of Speed 2013 is well underway today (Sunday, July 14).
Day three of racing started with a Holy Communion in front of Goodwood house, before the drivers took to the track.
All eyes turned to the sky at 12.30pm as the Typhoon put on a stunning aerial display over the crowds.
Still to come today, at 2pm motor racing legend will be on the interview stage and at 2.45pm former F1 racer Damon Hill will speak to the crowds.
From 5.30pm, the FMX Best Trick and BMX High Jump will be in the Gas Arena and at 6pm the Red Arrows will once again return to Festival of Speed.
The weekend concludes with the Veuve Clicquot prize giving at 7pm.
It has already been a great weekend for motorsport and speed fans.
Yesterday, the crowds were delighted to see Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button take the wheel, with both drivers mobbed by autograph hunters.
Button drove a McLaren-Chevrolet M8D Can Am car from 1970 the same model in which Bruce McLaren lost his life in a testing accident at Goodwood motor circuit.
He said: “It’s a great experience and a real privilege to drive this car. It is such a handful and not very comfortable, but it’s been great fun.
“I couldn’t go too fast becasue there was a fuel pick-up problem, but this is one of those cars where if you blip the throttle the whole body rocks.”
Hamilton went up the famous Goodwood hillclimb course in a 2011 Mercedes F1 car and thrilled the huge crowds with a spectacular display of doughnuts and tyre-burning acceleration.
He said: “We’ve got great weather and this is a great event. I’m really happy to be here to drive the car and see all the fans.”
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