The Goodwood Revival, probably the most popular meeting for pre-1966 race cars, has been taking place at the Goodwood Motor Circuit in Southern England since 1998. Year after year it offers visitors a very special experience, a trip into the motor sporting past of the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Over 500 classic racing cars from the most famous manufacturers throughout Europe and the world compete in numerous classes and merely taking part is an honour for any driver. Driving in a Goodwood race is the racing world's equivalent of being knighted, since in order to do so it is essential to have received a personal invitation from the Duke of Richmond, who organises the event. It should therefore come as no surprise that many famous racing drivers from the glory days of motor sport attend the event.
Goodwood Revival 2019
From 13 to 15 September 2019,
Experience the highlights of the Goodwood Revival 2018.
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