The 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed was the biggest ever, with a record 185,000 motor sport enthusiasts converging on the Earl of March's Goodwood estate to celebrate the 2012 theme of "Young Guns - Born to Win". Epitomising this theme were two of motor racing's finest'young guns' making their Goodwood debut - reigning Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel and legendary F1 champion Alain Prost - both in action on the 1.16-mile Festival hillclimb, along with, over 100 other motor racing heroes, from Stirling Moss and John Surtees, to Emerson Fittipaldi and Kenny Roberts. As always, the Formula 1 teams were out in force at Goodwood, with Red Bull Racing, McLaren, Ferrari, Lotus, Mercedes and Caterham all represented and driven by superstar drivers, including Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber and Nico Rosberg. Lotus was-this year's Central Feature, with a 28-metre high sculpture outside Goodwood House, plus more than 40 significant racing examples taking to the Festival Hill. Goodwood also paid tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with a unique Diamond Jubilee display honouring her 60-year reign. For the first time ever, the Cartier'Style et Luxe' concours d'elegance had just one subject, royal vehicles all owned or used by The Queen. These ranged from stately limousines to aircraft with the star attraction being the royal train on the Cartier lawn. On the ever-popular Forest Rally Stage, Skoda blew the fans away with their all-conquering Fabia S2000 by reigning IRC Champion Andreas Mikkelsen, while a stunning collection of rally legends and cars recalled the halcyon days of rallying. Even bigger than last year, Goodwood Action Sports (GAS) assembled a star-studded gathering of the world's top riders of bikes and motorcycles and drew huge crowds of open-mouthed admirers, amazed as the professional athletes performed breathtaking tricks, jumps and stunts on two wheels in a blur of skill and courage. A hectic 2012 Festival of Speed climaxed in the Timed Shootout on Sunday afternoon, bringing a suitably dramatic conclusion to a truly thrilling event. Only at Goodwood will you see so many legendary cars and motorcycles gathered in one place at one time. Now, you can now enjoy the rare treats on offer at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed, including both the one hour show, plus an extra hour of eight additional extended features, covering many of the Festival highlights in more detail. Sit back and savour the sights and sounds of the greatest show on earth, all together here in one exclusive film.