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Goodwood Revival

The Revival is held at the Goodwood Motor Circuit, just three miles from Chichester. Each September, this three-day event attracts over eighty thousand spectators to see around three hundred historic racing cars in high-speed action. In the spirit of the racing there from 1948 to 1966 everything is as it used to be. Famous drivers and visitors alike dress in period costume to take a step back in time to that era.

Approaching Madgwick   Madgwick corner
Start of the Goodwood Trophy race for type of cars raced 1948-1954.   Sports-racers 1955-1960 round Madgwick in the Madgwick Cup race.
Two abreast leaving Chicane   Woodcote corner
Formula II cars pass the chicane during the Goodwood Trophy.   Production saloon cars 1960-1966 round Woodcote during practice.
Old Brooklands cars   Motorcycles   Holding area
Veterans of Brooklands. Centre: Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy for motorcycles of the type raced 1962-1966. right: 1959 Lola-Ford Mk2.
Gridline display of Brooklands cars   Nine-hour type cars
Celebration of Motor Racing at Brooklands. right: Freddie March Memorial Trophy in the spirit of Goodwood Nine-Hour races, 1952-1955.
Formula Junior cars   'Ol' Yeller II'   1966 WSM MGB GT and 1963 WSM Sprite
A 1959 Elva-BMC 100 passes a 1960 OSCA-Fiat. Centre: 1959 'Ol' Yeller II'. right: 1966 WSM MGB GT overtaking a 1963 WSM Sprite.
1933 Napier-Railton Special   1952 Connaught A-type
1933 Napier-Railton Special, John Cobb's perpetual lap record holder at Brooklands. right: 1952 Connaught A-type driven by Barrie Williams.
Lord March   Murray Walker   Stirling Moss   Damon Hill   Derek Bell   Rowan Atkinson   Nick Mason
Famous faces seen at Goodwood. L to R: Lord March, Murray Walker, Stirling Moss, Damon Hill, Derek Bell, Rowan Atkinson, Nick Mason.
Tiff Needell   1955 Aston Martin DB3S   Hippies
'Local boy' Tiff Needell relaxed before the race. Centre: Frank Sytner's 1955 Aston Martin DB3S in the paddock prior to being driven by
Sir Stirling Moss in the Freddie March Memorial Trophy race. right: Changing gear! - Sixties lookalikes play their part.   Photos: Ian Burt