Unless you’ve been hiding under an environmentalist for the last few weeks, you’ll already know that the Goodwood Festival of Speed is this weekend. We’ve picked a few highlights from the recently-published list of runners and riders.

Goodwood has always been the place to see an unrivalled collection of awesome metal and legendary drivers, both doing what they do best (maximum attack) at extremely close quarters, and it looks like this year’s event will be no exception.

Britain’s two most recent F1 world champions, Lewis Hamilton and Damon Hill will both be in attendance driving their title winning cars, while one of Britain’s greatest sporting champions – the only man to win motor racing world titles on two and four wheels – Stirling Moss, will be piloting his Vanwall and the car he and Fangio took to 9 victories from 16 races in the ’54 and ’55 F1 championships, the Mercedes-Benz W196.

Other F1 boys going up the hill include David Coulthard driving the Scuderia Toro Rosso STR1 and the Williams FW16B he inherited from Ayrton Senna. Meanwhile BrawnGP’s Jenson Button takes the wheel of one of the Silver Arrow’s pre-war monsters, the supercharged W154, and Alan Jones reacquaints himself with the Williams he took to championship honours in 1980.

Undoubted headliner for the rally fans will be the appearance of five-times WRC champion, Sebastien Loeb, who will be driving his current-spec C4 WRC. He’ll be joined by several of rallying’s other hall of famers including Stig Blomqvist, Hannu Mikkola and Walter Rohrl, who’ll be driving Ford’s RS200 and Mark1 Escort, Talbot’s Sunbeam Lotus and Audi’s legendary S1 quattro and S1 Pikes Peak cars.

Of course, endurance racing is well represented too, with Le Mans winners Richard Attwood and Jackie Oliver sharing Porsche 917K driving duties, Allan McNish in both the R8 and R15 TDI prototypes, Derek Bell in Bentley’s Speed 8 and Dirk Muller in the BMW M3 GT2. Six-times Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx will also be in attendance, but he’ll be behind the wheel of the Auto Union Type C Grand Prix racer.

An honourable mention goes to MotoGP hero, Garry McCoy, who’ll be aboard a Triumph Daytona 675. A quick ‘Garry McCoy’ YouTube search will tell you all you need to know about the Aussie mentalist.

Click  here to download the full list of appearances, here to enter our competition to win one of two pairs of tickets or here for the chance to ride up the hill with Richard Meaden in a KTM X-Bow. You lucky, lucky people.