Mansell drove a number of his old Ferrari F1 cars at Goodwood, before climbing back behind the wheel of the Williams car on Sunday.
“I’m incredibly honoured to be here at Goodwood in my anniversary year and not only to see this car again, but to make the journey up this hill has been a very special moment for Williams and myself,” Mansell said.
“I am thrilled to be here with the team, and it was great to be back behind the wheel of this exceptional race car.
“It’s been a very emotional moment to drive in front of the fans from all over the world and a memory I am going to cherish.”
Mansell is one of the most successful drivers in the sport’s history, taking 31 grands prix wins, 32 pole positions and 59 podiums, as well as his 1992 Drivers’ title.