10 years of groundbreaking Goodwood art sculptures

The largest motoring garden party in the world has arrived at Goodwood for the annual Festival of Speed event. But it's not all about cars and motorbikes. One of the biggest talking points of the event is, as ever, its giant sculpture centrepiece.

Each year, the Earl of March, who manages the 12,000-acre Goodwood estate, commissions a piece of artwork centring on an automotive theme. The first art installation was in 1997, when British artist and designer Gerry Judah created an Italian garden and prancing horse piece for Ferrari. He’s remained the man behind the iconic, oversized Goodwood designs ever since.

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