Gerry Judah’s Amazing Car Sculptures

Jul 7, 2014 1 comments

Each year, London-based artist Gerry Judah creates a massive sculpture in tribute of an iconic car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, an event held annually in Sussex, UK. This year Judah erected a soaring 26 meters sculpture featuring two Mercedes-Benz racing cars – a 1934 Mercedes-Benz W 25 Silver Arrow and a 2013 Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 W04, speeding past each other in midair, connected though a 90 meter steel arch. The sculpture celebrates 120 years of motorsport heritage by Mercedes-Benz.

Previously Judah has created sculptures for Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Renault, Ford, Rolls-Royce, Honda, Toyota, Land Rover, Alfa Romeo and Lotus at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed. His monumental sculptures are always the central attraction of the annual event.




Porsche at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2013


A sculpture commissioned by Porsche at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2013, to celebrate 50 years of the Porsche 911. It has three futuristic white, steel ‘arrows’ shooting upwards, supporting and racing each other, each with an example of the 911 at its apex. The sculpture is 35 meters high.


Lotus at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2012



A sculpture commissioned by Lotus Cars at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2012, displays six historic Lotus Formula One cars driving on a winding road that has been tied into the shape of a knot. The road length is 150 meters, and the whole installation weighs 60 tonnes. There are six classic cars: the Lotus 32B (Jim Clark 1965), Lotus 49B (Graham Hill 1968), Lotus 72E (Emerson Fittipaldi 1973), Lotus 79 (Mario Andretti 1978), Lotus 99T (Ayrton Senna 1987) and the latest Lotus F1 Team challenger.


Jaguar at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2011



Alfa Romeo at  Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2010



Audi at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2009




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