As we've been reporting over the past week or so, this weekend is the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK.
It's a pretty good sized motoring event where the main event is the hillclimb that takes place on Goodwood House's driveway.
Although that may not sound particularly enticing, there's always a cadre of remarkable vehicles making their way up the hill. Take, for example, this year when Sir Jackie Stewart piloted a 1930s Mercedes-Benz racer.
To brings things up to speed though, an Alfa Romeo 4C gave the hill a run but, unfortunately, for the pilot and passenger, it wound up going off and ending up in the hay.
From what we can tell it appears that the driver and passenger were completely OK. The Alfa? Not so much.
**To see the event unfold, scope out the clip below! Note: the clip starts with a red Rolls-Royce Wraith doing its run, the Alfa starts shortly thereafter.