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2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed


I’ll have two number 9s…


Number 6 with extra dip please


I’ll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.


*laaarge soda




Contendiente at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed.


Kyoki Motorsports Introduces the “Kyoki” Kyoki Raider X!

As a new member of Kyoki Xtreme series.Raider X focuses on “Technology”.In order to improve driving experience.Kyoki Motorsports puts a lot of effort to find a Wae and they have their answer now.The Wae they’ve is Technology.

First of all,Raider X’s 5L V8 engine is able change its power output by changing it’s compression ratio and turbo boost.This allows Raider X to change its power outputs too when changing driving mode between Comfort,sports and Xtreme mode.

Secondly,Kyoki develop an AI system with some random software company to service Raider X.This AI system can automatically adjust suspension settings accord to driver’s driving habits.Improving everyone’s driving experience.

(Definitely not a Mclaren ripoff)
Thirdly,the Kyoki Motorsports developed a Track Memorize System(TMS) and gave Raider X a first test.When TMS system is activated(You can only activate it at Xtreme Mode),AI system will scan the surrounding area by the scanner which is at the front.After a hot lap,the AI is able to analysis the track and then adjust suspension and aero settings in order to have the best performance.A great function for those who’ll bring these Bad boys to the track and have fun.

But enough for the bullshit.Let’s get to the real point.Mid Engine AWD layout.Weighs 1390kg.Power by a Turbocharged 5L V8 produces 902HP(525Hp at comfort mode) at 7900Rpm.Redline’s at 8000Rpm.0-100kmh within 2.4sec.Top speed a solid 351kmh.Max downforce possible is ~280kg at 350kmh.Kyoki plan to produce 127 units.Price starts at 500K USD.
Kyoki Raider X managed to achieve a solid 48:34 at Goodwood Hillclimb.
We hope you enjoy the festival.We prepared a little surprise for all of you tomorrow,so stay tuned!



JHW XHC Carbon-R

4.2L V10


0-62mph in 2.2s

19 mpg (UK)

The Hill Is Ours.



Caliban Thunder, By ChipsWorx.

ChipsWorx Tuning is proud to present our re-imagined Caliban Thunder. With a striking paint job, body treatment and a screaming CMW B13 inline-4 engine producing 234 horsepower, the ChipsWorx Thunder builds on the strengths of the famed 80s kit car, but doesn’t sacrifice a single bit of the car’s larger-than-life personality and driving dynamics.

We at ChipsWorx feel that our cars must forge their own path, but not so far from the original that they stray from the original car’s heart and soul. A ChipsWorx-tuned car must be respectful of history, and yet be able to stand on its own merits. Something that the ChipsWorx Thunder does in abundance.

In keeping with the spirit of the Festival of Speed, where all things automotive are celebrated, we too celebrate the rich history of Caliban with our Thunder, and by sending the ChipsWorx Thunder up the hill in 58.04 seconds, we forge yet another link - our link - to that history.

More information on ChipsWorx and the ChipsWorx Thunder can be found here.




I must know more about the Caliban thunder now, especially as it uses the same body as the Armada Evo. Potential rivals?

(Also @Mr.Computah)


2019 Deer And Hunt SuperCoupe RUT

Once again we, from “Deer and Hunt” let your designers go crazy. And so they cooked up this beast.

7L V10 producing 640hp, channeling all 714Nm of Torque through a 6 spd Seq Gearbox.Reaching the sprint 0-100 in only 4.7s. Cruise comfortable at 308km/h Vmax. New Aero-kit to guide the driver through any corner.

Join us on the Deer And Hunt booth to see all the generation of SuperCoupe RUT’s and come see tomorrow how old and new are doing on the hillclimb!

Deer And Hunt - In Power we trust

Sakura At Goodwood

RS-GT Extreme

The RS-GT was unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Autoshow. This year, it received a visual update, and at goodwood, we’re showing off a very special, very unlimited model of the RS-GT Racecar. This model includes a more agressive aero kit, and blocked grilles for better speeds. The RS-GT is one of the models entered into the Goodwood Shootout.

Deva Goodwood Tune

The Deva Goodwood is the maximum attack version of the 1987 Deva tuned by the Sakura Sport Champion Division (SSCD). It turned the V12 up, and added an over-the-top aero kit ontop. The AWD system as also tuned and modified to handle the new tune. This model will be making show runs, however none will be timed.


The DEKO Concept is a vision of the past taken into the future. It takes, and modernises the Deco styles of the 1920s and 1930s, and applies it to a modern vehicle. Inside is modern, With Sakura’s AWD system, and a 5L V12 making over 1000hp. The Deko will be making a run up the hill at some point over the weekend.

RS-K Empyron

The RS-K, or Race Sport-Kei is a Supersport Kei car made to run as a feeder/junior series for larger championships. With the car weighing in at less than 500kg, this is the lightest modern vehicle to leave Sakura’s Sport Factories. This vehicle will be taking part in the Shootout.

Alongside these models are a selection of rare and classic Sakura models, We hope you enjoy

Sakura RS-GT - Extreme.car (46.5 KB)

Sakura Deva - Goodwood Special.car (23.8 KB)

Sakura Deko - Concept.car (36.8 KB)

Sakura RS-K - Empyron.car (23.3 KB)

Anyone can take these for a spin, be it reviewers, or anyone interested. Just please don’t modify them without my permission. Thank you.




Really? :joy: you named your car after deers being DTF???


Falcon Automotive presents the ultimate driver’s car at Goodwood.
The 2019 Falcon RF, the newest supercar from the crazy petrolheads at Falcon.

Powered by Falcon’s next generation 5.0 L naturally-aspirated V110-series V10 engine, the RF produces 680 HP and achieves a 0 to 60 MPH time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 213 MPH.

The RF is equipped with a 7-speed Dual Clutch gearbox for lighting fast gear changes and a state-of-the-art AWD system that allows the RF to stay planted on roads, be it mountain back roads or the track of your choice.

The RF’s 0.287 drag coefficient is achieved by sleek designs and air channels to masterfully move air in the most efficient way possible.

With an eye on the environment, the RF’s powertrain is capable of being run on E85 Ethanol fuel and has a combined fuel economy of 18 MPG.

The RF begins at a price of $150,000 USD or £114,000 GBP. Releases at August 1st, 2018.

A GTR track-spec trim is scheduled for release at the end of 2018. Expect a power output of 800 HP.

A RF achieved a time of 1:12.79 on the Top Gear test track. Stay tuned as the RF attempts to break records at the Goodwood Hill Climb.

Technical Specifications

  • Body Type: 2 Door Mid-engine
  • Powertrain: 5.0L N/A V10, producing 680 HP @ 8700 RPM
  • Drivetrain: AWD
  • Gearbox: 7-speed Dual Clutch
  • MSRP: $150,000 US; £114,000 GBP; €130,000 EUR

Falcon AG

2018 Shelton Igor Concept

Right, a 2 door pickup truck or an ute as Australian calls it, lands on 2018 FOS. An unusual looking one too. So straight to the point, this ute is called Igor, named after Damion Shelton’s father. And it’s a concept car too. I know it looked pretty ugly but they’ll change the design in the future.

The Igor is running on 4.5L turbocharged V6 that is capable producing up to 962hp and 744 lb-ft of torque and can reach 0-60mph around 3.9s and can reach up to 223mph. In keeping spirit of a muscle ute as they would say, RWD drivetrain was used. But why using V6? It’s because they wanted to improve the fuel economy and saving money. Sounds bullshit but okay.


  • 4.5L “V6P” [not finalised name] turbocharged V6 DOHC 5V - 962HP @7900RPM / 744lb-ft @5700RPM
  • MacPherson Strut [F] MultiLink [R]
  • Weight - 2168kg
  • 7-speed Dual Clutch transmission
  • Top Speed - 223mph
  • 0-60mph - 3.9s
  • Only available in RWD drivetrain

Igor - Super Truck Prototype.car (23.8 KB)


We promised a surprise for everyone yesterday.So today,it’s time to unveil the surprise! Introducing the Kyoki Raider XR!

Judging by its looks and name.You probably figure it out that this is an even-more-Xtreme version of Raider X.Although XR and X is a same model.But these two are completely different!X focuses at Technology.XR,on the other hand,focuses at Performance.

Raider XR is powered by a reworked version of X’s 5L V8.First,in order to rev higher,the size of the engine has been decreased to 4.7L.Now the redline lays at 9350Rpm(9400).Secondly,the engine has been retuned and now uses race intake.The engine now producing 1317Hp and 1284Nm.

But the engine isn’t the point.The car itself is the point.In order to obtain maximum performance,Kyoki Motorsports gave a massive effort on aerodynamic.The result,is truly “Kyoki”–Madness.

To two scoops at the roof allow air to goes in and out.This can assist the mega wing behind them to generates extra downforce.

These little flaps will lift up when the car is braking,allows the car to brake faster by increasing air resistance.

This is a new cooling vent Kyoki Motorsports developed.It is named “Wing Blade”.Those 3 lines in the cooling vent can redirecting airflow,avoiding them to hit the car.This can improve drag performance slightly and stabilize the car at high speed.

With all of these combining with the mega lip at the front and the mega wing at the rear.Raider XR can producing 1.1ton downforce at 300kmh.Sadly it still can’t upside down but that’s good enough.

10 of these monsters will be produced.However only 5 of these will be sell out.The rest will be running on tracks for record and data,traveling around the world as a showcar or stays at the museum.Price starts at 1.2M USD.Be noted that Raider XR is not street legal.It means you can only drive it on tracks or leave it at your garage.

Car Spec:
Engine: 1317 Horsepower@7600rpm 1284Nm@6800rpm Redline:9400rpm
Layout: Mid-engined All-wheel drive
Gearbox: 7-speed Dual Clutch
0-100km/h: 2.2s
Brake distance 100-0km/h: 27.7m
Top speed: 320km/h
Weight Distribution: 38F/62R
Downforce: 542kg@318.4km/h 633kg@318.4km/h
Seating: Two
Curb Weight: 1308kg
Power to weight ratio: 1.007Hp per kg
Goodwood Hillclimb Lap time: 44.87s(I’ve tune the suspension for more than 5hrs for this lol)
Automation Track lap time: 1:47.21s(Poor straight line performance)
Estimated Price: $1200000 USD
Production run 10 units(5 will be sold)


Zenshi at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed

After realizing the success of the Raizan X1 when all 250 were sold a year ago, Zenshi’s ZMD division went to work on another extreme performance car, which is set to hit the market in 2019. The one shown in the FoS is a prototype, but ZMD has said that the final version won’t deviate much from it.

Shown in Force Blue.

The Shinden X2 is a successor to the Raizan X1, and is the 4th supercar created by Zenshi.

When designing the Shinden X2, the designers at ZMD took it upon themselves to design a car that would be elegant yet aggressive at the same time, which was a design cue used on the Raizan X1. Wanting to take a similar cue, yet a different approach, the designers started designing the car rear first.

Similar to the Shinden Concept back in the 2017 LA Auto Show, which majorly influenced the design of the X2, the Shinka design language can primarily be seen from the rear of the car, and flows aroundabout towards the front. Active aerodynamics can be seen with the three-stage rear wing that expands after being extended, as well as separate front lip wings that move depending on the position of the steering wheel.

Inside, the interior flows about the same way, using a mix of curves and edges to give that elegant and edgy style that Zenshi is known for on their cars. The dash is highly focused on the driver, with many controls being pointed directly towards the driver’s side, similar to that of an aircraft fighter. Compared to the Raizan X1, however, the AIGCS used on the Shinden X2 is a lot more barebones and simple, being a smaller screen that reads out a lot more raw information. The display can be customized to read out simpler values, however.

Under the skin of the aluminium-panelled machine lies a carbon fibre chassis with multiple ZMD-tuned components, such as the suspension and the engine. The X2 dons 19-inch WedsSport wheels and ADVAN Ultra high performance tires, while the carbon brakes were co-developed by well-known brake developer P.MU to achieve maximum braking performance.

Originally, the Shinden X2 was shown with the same 4.0L Twin Turbocharged V12 that the Raizan X1 had. That has changed into a newly developed engine based off Zenshi’s SA family of engines, the ER42-GDA2T. The 4.2L V10 makes a high-pitch, yet fairly brutish sound and produces an ample 875 HP delivering to all 4 wheels thanks to a highly advanced version of Zenshi’s SM-AWS. This translates to a 0-100 km/h time of 2.4s, with a top speed of 375 km/h.

Chassis Code: ERX2
Drivetrain: AWD
Weight: 1551 kg

Engines: ER42-GDA2T
Power: 875 HP @ 8700 RPM
Torque: 544 lb-ft @ 7200 RPM
Redline: 9500 RPM

Transmission: 6-Speed AvanTech
0-100 km/h: 2.4s
80-120 km/h: 1.3s
Top Speed: 375 KM/H

Fuel Economy: (Ci/Co/HW)

Expected Japanese MSRP:
¥24,264,350 (~$215,850)

On the Goodwood Trial, the Shinden X2 finishes with a time of 50.09 seconds.