There’s simply nothing on Earth like Goodwood Revival, the three-day festival that takes you back to the glory days of motor racing in the 1940s and ’50s.
This weekend we pulled on our best 1940s clobber, filled the hip-flask and sallied forth to Goodwood Circuit, the Sussex track that once saw the likes of Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn, Jim Clark et al performing the kind of high-speed heroics that have long since slipped into history. Except that, for one weekend a year, they haven’t…
Here’s our photo essay of the event.
In the paddock
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A huge thank you to HR Owen and Rolls Royce, our hosts for the day who looked after the TPG team in fine style – particularly when the heavens opened and there was nothing for it but to repair to the hospitality tent for scones and fizz. We’re already planning our outfits for next year…
The Guide goes to Goodwood Revival
A photo record of the greatest motor sports festival on Earth, of this or any other vintage
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