Nothing like a little sponsor crash to spice things up.
Mazda brought quite a few cars to the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, and as well it should have. The Japanese automaker is playing sponsor this year, which is why the central spire has two Mazda racers on it. Those two racers are guaranteed not to crash this weekend, but the same can't be said for the automaker's other cars. In fact, one of the two 767Bs brought to Goodwood has already found its way into a wall of hay. That's got to suck.
The crash happened during a timed run and was captured by photographer Robert Stokes. The good news is that the driver is okay and no spectators were hurt. The bad news is, well, a historic Mazda built to compete in Le Mans has been damaged.