Dozens of amateur photographers have battled it out to win this year's Goodwood Revival photography competition, organised by long-time Revival sponsors and mastermind of the event's professional photography competition Credit Suisse – and the results are now in!
Competition was fierce, with a number of talented photographers going head-to-head across three separate categories: 'Action', 'Atmosphere' and 'Legends', which were judged by an expert panel led by Classic & Sports Car staff photographer Tony Baker.
The winner of the Atmosphere category for images that best encapsulate the spirit of the event was Justin Bates, who took a wonderfully evocative image of a Curtiss P40 through a crowd of people.
Runaway victor in the Legends class was Richard Bellingham for his superb snap of Jackie Stewart aboard a 1967 McLaren-BRM M5A – you can almost hear it's howling V12!
Meanwhile, Philip Davis won the judges' approval for his picture of a Ferrari 250LM and 250GT SWB Breadvan from the RAC Tourist Trophy race, thundering down the home straight in the Action category.
Each of the winners will receive a pair of tickets to next year's Goodwood Revival courtesy of event and competition sponsor Credit Suisse.