Goodwood stunt driver puts on incredible show for fans


Stunt driver Terry Grant put on an outrageous show at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Grant holds 23 world records, including the most donuts in 100 seconds, and showed off his skills to the crowds that had gathered outside Lord March's home.
Two cars were used during the display, including a TVR Tacoma that sped up and down the hill climb before pulling handbrake turns and donuts, but it was the heavily-modified 1937 Ford Sedan that stole the show.

Known as a 'Legend Car,' it's a 5/8-scale fibreglass version of the classic Nascar racers, with a 1250cc Yamaga engine making 122bhp. That might not sound like a lot, but thanks to its construction and small size, it weighs a little over half a tonne.

The highlight of the show saw Terry Grant jump out of the Ford – leaving it performing donuts unmanned – to borrow an audience member's phone. He then jumped back into the car and filmed himself doing donuts, before pulling up and returning the phone.