A Ford F150 Raptor on the lockstops. A Jaguar Mk1 doing a burnout that would make a full drift-spec Skyline proud. A Rolls-Royce Cullinan cornering on its door handles. These are the cars you wouldn't expect to see thrashed up the hill at the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard.
Video: Eight unlikely hillclimb challengers
Let's face it, there are some cars that are made to be driven to within an inch of their lives up the 1.16-mile stretch of tarmac that forms the Goodwood hillclimb. Others are usually intended for life at a gentler pace. But when some drivers arrive at the start line, they can't help themselves setting a bistering pace... no matter what they're sitting in. Sit back and watch six minutes of unlikely hillclimb challengers.