On Friday, former F1 driver an current BBC commentator Martin Brundle take on the Goodwood hill climb with the jaguar XJR-9.
Over the four day event of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, an estimated 180,000 people attended, breaking previous records for the event.
Celebrities from athletics, motorsport and television joined in with Jaguar's celebrations. On Friday, former F1 driver an current BBC commentator Martin Brundle take on the Goodwood hill climb with the jaguar XJR-9. Saturday saw American talk show host and car collector Jay Leno drive the new 550PS Jaguar XKR-S and the Group 44 E-TYPE race car. On Sunday British Olympic hopeful and Jaguar Academy of Sport Ambassador Jessica Ennis ride the Goodwood Hill in the Jaguar XKR-S.
Enthusiasts were also able to get up close to the 28 metre Jaguar E-TYPE sculpture as well as a host of classic and future cars on display, including the jaguar XJ13 and the Jaguar C-X75.Published 4 July 2011