The Goodwood Revival
The Goodwood Revival was first run in 1998, 50 years after the circuit first opened in 1948. The Revival celebrates the hayday of the Goodwood Circuit between 1948 & 1966 where it ranked alongside circuits such as Silverstone and even held Formula One British Grand Prix. Although you may be arriving by helicopter, the dress code is pre-war to the late 60’s and very few people don’t make the effort.
And that’s not all. Expect to see a vintage fun fair, hundreds of period vehicles, wheel to wheel racing in priceless machines and catch the smell of Castrol R floating in the breeze.
The Goodwood motor circuit surrounds the aerodrome, but most of “the action” at The Revival is around the start finish line and pits complex in the north east corner of the site.
The Revival’s success has seen visitor number expand and you’d better be an early riser if you don’t want to sit in traffic. Or you could avoid all that hassle and arrive at The Revival in style! The transfer time from feeder sites is around 15-20 minutes by helicopter.