The Goodwood Members’ Meeting, along with the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival, are some of the only places you can see vintage racecars going head-to-head in an all-out race. The saying goes “if you race cars, you’re going to crash cars,” though, making Goodwood also one of the only places you can see priceless vintage racers have a pretty massive accident.
This year’s edition of the Goodwood Members Meeting, which was held over the weekend, saw a couple of minor accidents occur, but luckily no one was seriously injured. One of these minor shunts involved a Jaguar E-Type, which went spinning off into the grass during the Graham Hill Trophy race for GT cars from the mid-to-late 1960s.
The Jag suffered minor damage in the small wreck, however the situation nearly became disastrous when the priceless Ferrari 250 GTO that was racing behind almost crashed into it as it spun. The driver of the Ferrari was paying attention, thankfully, and swerved to avoid the multi-million dollar collision at the last second.
Check it out in the video below.