This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed is topped with one of the most impressive racing-related sculptures ever made. The event’s towering Mazda sculpture features two of the Japanese automaker’s most popular racing cars on top of a soaring, spiraling tower of metal beams. The Mazda sculpture is gravity-defying, featuring a full-sized Mazda 787B (which won the Le Mans 1991) and a LM55 Vision Gran Turismo. The sculpture depicts the two legendary racecars racing against each other upwards into the sky. The Mazda sculpture at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is 131 feet high, and consists of about 132 tons of steel, mostly in its 418 beams. Designed by Gerry Judah, it fits the year’s theme: “Flat-out and Fearless: Racing on the Edge.”
See Mazda’s masterpiece in the gallery below.