The Goodwood FOS hill climb… virtually, courtesy of Jimmy Broadbent

Jimmy Broadbent, for those unaware, is a YouTuber who focuses on all sorts of racing games. He’s quite good at them too, even when spouting off hilarious bits of whatever pops into his head while still talking about the racing line on which he’s traveling. His latest video focuses on the insanity that is the Goodwood Festival of Speed hill climb. But Jimmy’s version is more insane than the real thing.

That’s because he’s assembled his own dream squad of vehicles to tackle Lord March’s glorious driveway. Using a version of the track from Assetto Corsa, Broadbent runs a wide range of vehicles up the road. He’s created his own version of the famed Timed Shootout.

The cars he uses? Of the 12, some of the most intriguing are an Audi Quattro S1E2, Ford Transit V10 SuperVan, the Porsche 919 Evo, and the virtual-only Red Bull X2010. Which machine claims the top spot? You’ll have to watch to find out. Or just click around and find the ones you want to watch… whatever, I’m not your boss.

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One response to “The Goodwood FOS hill climb… virtually, courtesy of Jimmy Broadbent”

  1. caltemus Avatar

    Seeing it here, I’m surprised Porsche didn’t bring the 919-Evo to goodwood. It would have been a nice feather in the cap of the record-breaking tour.