The fastest sofa in the world was one of a host of vehicles to storm the historic Kop Hill Climb in Princes Risborough this weekend.

The ninth revival of the early 1900s motoring event returned on September 16 and 17 and featured former Wheeler Dealers star Edd China and his famous Casual Lofa Sofa.

There was a visit from the iconic Genevieve, the car that was the star of the 1953 film of the same name, alongside more than 400 historic cars and motorcycles which took on the famous hill each day.

This year's event also marked the 70th anniversary of Ferrari with a cavalcade of supercars ranging from the 50s to the present day. 

While a Spitfire flypast was cancelled on Saturday, Sunday saw a successful visit from a Hurricane. 

The fun and thrills help raise funds for charities on behalf of Heart of Bucks and last year a recordbreaking £100,000 was raised. It has not yet been confirmed how much was raised this year.