Forget productivity today.
Sitting at home wishing you were at Goodwood for this year's Festival of Speed? Good news – you can avoid the miles of car park queues and overpriced sandwiches by watching all the action via the festival's own live video stream.
Highlights are likely to include exciting (and no doubt noisy) dynamic debuts of the Lamborghini Centenario and V8 AMG-powered Aston Martin DB11. There'll even be a life-size Lego model of a McLaren 720S, while over on Rolls-Royce's stand the new Dawn Black Badge will be making its public reveal with a monstrous 593hp on tap.
Small-time British sports car company BAC will be revealing its Mono Art Car, while motorsport fans will be able to mingle with the likes of Martin Brundle, Emerson Fittipaldi and Damon Hill. WRC will be represented by Robert Kubica behind the wheel of a Renault Sport E20, while Mikko Hirovnen will be driving a Mini Countryamn R60 Dakar up the hill.
The show is kicking off today and will be running until Sunday, July 2nd. Reigning F1 champion Nico Rosberg will driving a 2014-spec car up the 1.16-mile hill. Other highlights will include a new drift class, a future lab section showing the latest high-tech cars, and a collection of Ferraris celebrating the brand's 70th anniversary.
Source: Goodwood Festival of Speed