With pre-war Grand Prix cars, championship-winning F1 cars and high-dollar supercars moseying around, it’s hard to make an impression at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

If there’s an automaker that knows how to turn heads, though, it’s Bugatti. The purveyor of 1,000+ horsepower hypercars showed up to this year’s edition of the annual celebration of speed with seven Veyrons and two Chirons – which together produce a staggering 9,404 horsepower.

The Veyrons in attendance are a good representation of the model. There are six early run Veyron 16.4s, one of which is a pre-series car from 2005, along with a Veyron Super Sport World Record Edition and a Veyron Vitesse. One of the two Chirons is the first customer car for the UK, while the other, which will be running up the hill during throughout the weekend in the Supercars category, came directly from Bugatti’s category in Molsheim.

Be sure to tune into the Goodwood Festival of Speed live stream this weekend to see the Chiron and the rest of the supercars in action at the annual Hillclimb event.

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