Goodwood Revival primed for eagerly-anticipated return after sabbatical

Goodwood Motor Circuit will reverberate to the sounds of horsepower from a bygone era this weekend (September 17/18/19) as the Goodwood Revival makes a triumphant return.

Taking place for the first time since 2019, the three-day event is one of the highlights of the historic racing calendar and after a pandemic-enforced sabbatical, it appears to be back and better than ever.

As has been the case for a number of years, the British Automobile Racing Club will once again play a pivotal role in running the meeting too.

Combining class motorcycle and car racing with 1950s and 1960s period dress, there is something for everyone when attending the Duke of Richmond’s Sussex circuit – with fun for all the family guaranteed.

However, it is on track where a majority of the entertainment will be found. Traditional contests such as the RAC TT Celebration for GT cars, the St. Mary’s Trophy for touring cars and Glover Trophy for F1 machines from yesteryear will headline the action.

Elsewhere; the Chichester Cup, Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy, Whitsun Trophy, Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy, Festival of Britain Trophy, Richmond Trophy, Brooklands Trophy and Freddie March Memorial Trophy will also take place.

The John Whitmore Trophy is expected to have fans on the edge of their seats as this year it will be fought over in what is expected to be a frenetic 45-minute, two-driver race to celebrate the Mini Cooper.

Some of the notable names to be competing over the course of the weekend includes Jenson Button, Andrew Jordan, Matt Neal, Martin Brundle, David Brabham and Tiff Needell, amongst many, many more.

To find out more information on this year’s Goodwood Revival, including links to live timing, entry lists and the timetable, CLICK HERE.