Reflecting a general trend in the industry, this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed featured its fair share of electric vehicles. In fact Nissan
used the occasion to propel its Leaf EV into the record books by driving backwards up the hill. But the Leaf wasn't the only EV to set a blazing time at the festival this year. Also on hand was Drayson Racing, a racing team founded by a former British politician. Having competed at Le Mans the past two years, Drayson has been hard at work preparing an all-electric Le Mans Prototype.