The Goodwood Festival of Speed is the largest motor sport ‘Garden Party’ in the world. Held on the grounds of Goodwood House everyone who is anyone in motor sport is here, showcasing the latest cars, motorbikes and prototypes. The annual Hillclimb event also host the Red Arrows, pride of the RAF. If you enjoy my photos please feel free to share them.

More Photos of Goodwood & the Red Arrows

Written by | Scottie T

Founder & Editor of Intrepid Escape, a huge lover of adventure, adrenaline, sport & fitness. After travelling to over 20 countries in the last year, Scott started to document his travels before fulfilling an important lifelong goal by starting Intrepid Escape. His dream is to be a backpacking poker-playing, videographer, photographer, presenter & writer!

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  1. Dale

    September 12, 2014 at 9:05 am

    Never attended Goodwood during my time living in the UK, but I feel that it’d be something that I’d enjoy, even though I’m not much of a motor enthusiast.

    • Scott Tisson

      September 12, 2014 at 9:08 am

      I completed agree you should, its great. I’m not a massive car fanatic (although I love F1), but I found one day wasn’t enough, I want to go back and spend a whole weekend here!

  2. Jodie Wilde

    September 14, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    Now I have actually been here, but don’t remember the red arrows being so good the photos make it look amazing

    • Scott Tisson

      September 14, 2014 at 9:11 pm

      Thank you the blue skies helped and also I’d recommend a good lens for that Canon of yours! 🙂

  3. Paula Through the Looking Glass

    January 2, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    amazing photos scott. I’m just starting out learning photography and just getting to grips with aperture, shutter speeds etc for different types of shot. What set up did you use to capture the moving planes so well?

    • Scott Tisson

      January 2, 2015 at 9:43 pm

      Hey Paula, thank you!! 🙂
      Well I am no expert, but I have a Canon 70D, it was a bright day so I only adjusted the shutter speed if I remember correctly, and I shot in high speed bursts. The camera adjusts everything else, I only tend to play around with shutter speed unless the conditions are bad. I am still learning too! I did use two lenses though, Canon 15-85mm IS EF-S USM & Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS. I hope that helps, Tracie Travels wrote 5 Photography Tips for Beginners as a guest post, its really helpful
      Feel free to drop me an email on the contact page if you have any other questions!

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