Goodwood Revival

Vintage racing car on the racetrack at Goodwood Revival festival, Goodwood, England. Credit: Visit Britain
Vintage racing car on the racetrack at Goodwood Revival festival, Goodwood, England. Credit: Visit Britain

Experience the world’s most popular historic race meeting

The Goodwood Revival, which takes place in September every year, is the world’s most popular historic motor race meeting and the only event of its kind to be staged in the time capsule of the 1950s and 60s. As well as recreating the golden era of motor sport, the Revival offers exceptional wheel-to-wheel racing around a classic circuit.

Goodwood Motor Circuit is ranked alongside Silverstone as Britain’s leading racing venue throughout its active years between 1948 and 1966. During this time, it hosted contemporary racing of all kinds, including Formula One, the famous Goodwood Nine Hours race and the celebrated Tourist Trophy sports car race.

Now, for three days each September, the circuit stages a historic race meeting for the kind of cars and motorcycles that would have competed at Goodwood during 1948-1966. The circuit echoes to the spine-tingling bark of Grand Prix cars from the 50s and 60s, thundering sports and GT cars, as well as historic saloon cars and little-seen Formula Juniors. Many of these important historic racing cars are driven by famous faces from motor sport past and present: Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jack Brabham and Damon Hill.

Following on from the highly-acclaimed Festival of Speed (each July at Goodwood), prepare for a motorsport event unlike any other.

www.goodwood.co.uk

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