There are few people with a driveway as cool as that of Lord March, or, as he's officially styled, Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara--otherwise known as the owner of Goodwood estate.

Every year he gathers some of the best cars from racing history for show and go activities at the Festival of Speed and the Revival. Central to both is the Hill Climb, a 1.16-mile run past Goodwood House.

Though short, the narrow course is famously challenging. Here, we see the master of the facility himself wheeling the 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish up the road while narrating the route.

If you're a fan of Aston Martin's newest super-GT, Goodwood, or just driving in general, you'll enjoy the 86-second video. If you're not any of those things, well, you should be.