Episode 3 of the British Automobile Racing Club’s new-for-2023 podcast, BARC’ing Mad, is now live and available to listen to.
In partnership with BP Fleet Solutions UK, the fortnightly podcast – which is hosted by Alan Hyde and Ian Waterhouse – is packed with full-throttle news, reviews and unmissable interviews.
The series’ third episode sees the hosts discuss the latest news and results from around the Club with David Wheadon before delving into some of the biggest topics in world motorsport with Motorsport News Editor Matt James.
They’re also joined by BARC President, the Duke of Richmond & Gordon, to talk about all things Goodwood ahead of this year’s milestone-filled Festival of Speed; gaining insight into behind the scenes stories and standout moments.
BARC’ing Mad is available to listen to across all popular podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
Dates for the 2022 Goodwood Members’ Meeting, Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and Revival have been announced.
With the dust having settled on a spectacular season of motorsport at the Sussex venue, preparations are already underway for more of the same next year – with
The 79th Members’ Meeting will return to its customary Spring slot April 9/10 before the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard takes centre stage on June 23/24/25/26 for the ultimate summer garden party. The theme of next year’s edition of FOS will be announced in due course.
Bringing the curtain down on another season of unmissable track action is the Revival, which is scheduled to take place on September 16/17/18.
Commenting on next year’s events, The Duke of Richmond said: “I am thrilled that our much-loved, sell-out motorsport events will be making a spectacular return in 2022. Thank you to everyone who attended and partnered with the Festival of Speed, Revival and Members’ Meeting this year.
“Your loyalty and support after a challenging 18 months made them more special than ever, and we can’t wait to see you back at Goodwood again next year. It really will be a season not to miss.”
All three events will be running at full capacity, following a reduction for the 2021 Festival of Speed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goodwood has announced that its 2020 Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and Godwood Revival have been cancelled until 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
Renowned for creating bespoke events every year, Goodwood confirmed that the current social distancing measures that are in place to fight the pandemic would comprise the experience at both events for all involved.
The Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard was originally scheduled to take place on July 9/10/11/12; whilst the Goodwood Revival was pencilled in for September 11/12/13.
Both events join the now subsequently join the 78th Members’ Meeting, slated for March 28/29, in not being run this year.
A Goodwood statement said: “Summer is normally an exciting time at Goodwood, as we welcome hundreds of thousands of guests to our headline events.
“Sadly, that’s not to be this year, as we have had to take the decision not to hold the Festival of Speed and Revival in 2020.”
Ticket holders to the cancelled events have now been given the option to roll their tickets over into 2021, or request a refund.
Supporters of the famous West Sussex venue however are encouraged to join a revived Goodwood Supporters’ Association, which is aimed at keeping the spirit of Goodwood motorsport alive.
For more information, head to the Goodwood website.