The 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed is still a few months away, but this appears to be the week for carmakers to reveal what they plan on racing up the iconic hillclimb in June. Yesterday, we revealed that Honda is sending three NSX supercars up the hill; take a look at the photos above to see the next batch of competitors.
In a bid to break another world record, Peugeot will be recruiting Sebastien Loeb once again to pilot last year’s 208 T16 Pike’s Peak winner up the hill. Toyota will try to fend him off with its new Le Man’s competitor, the TS040 Hybrid, in the hands of Anthony Davidson. Goodwood’s rally stage will see some action from three Toyota cars as well: the Imperial Hilux, Celica TA64, and Celica GT-Four.
Bentley will field its new 600 hp Continental GT3 endurance racecar, which should draw quite a lot of attention, but perhaps not as much as BMW, who will be bringing the new i8 sportscar to the hill. Check back for more updates on the festival that begins on June 26.