Starting on July 12th, the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed promises to be a pure celebration of automobilia, motorsport, and sports cars. The manifestation, which has held ever since 1993 at Goodwood House, West Sussex, England, gathers the best from the world of cars with the central event being a hill climb over a rather tricky 1.16-mile-long track. With three days of pure automotive fun, the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed is expected to draw crowds of over 125,000 individuals each day. Obviously, with major media coverage and such high attendance numbers, manufacturers from all around the world look forward to presenting their vehicles and tackling the hill climb. This year, Porsche is the main sponsor as the company marks 70 years since the unveiling of the first sports car - the 356, at the event. I would not be surprised if they attempt to set a record on the track. Currently, the record is at 0:41.6 seconds and it was set by Formula 1 driver Nick Heidfeld in a McLaren in 1999. Considering the fact that Porsche has already set one astounding record at the Nurburgring, tackling Goodwood is to be expected.