Goodwood Festival of Speed is known for drawing perhaps the world's greatest collection of historic performance and race cars — located on Lord March's massive estate in West Sussex, England — and seeing them thrashed within an inch of their life, as they should be. But, the 1.87km long course proves to be no Sunday drive down your local, with the odd driver getting caught out amongst the hay.
In previous years such incidents have claimed the likes of Rod Millen's Pikes Peak-winning Tacoma, the class-winning 24 Hours of Le Mans Mazda 767B, and even Ayrton Senna's Lotus 98T.
This year was no different, and although it hurts us to watch, you just can't look away:
Just praise the fact that they're hitting hay bales and not concrete barriers, I suppose ...