Goodwood Revival 9-11 September 2016

15 August 2016

We are exhibiting here over the weekend so please come and visit us




The Friday of the Revival gives guests the first chance to see all the cars, bikes and aircraft on show, as well as the mini-celebrations taking place across the Motor Circuit.

There is one full race on Friday, but all the other competitors do their practice sessions on the day so visitors actually get to see every car and bike on the track.

Kinrara Trophy

The Kinrara Trophy is a new fixture at the Revival – a 60-minute two-driver race into dusk on Friday evening, catering for closed-cockpit GT cars of a type that raced before 1963.

It will be a wonderfully atmospheric encounter, evoking memories of early 1960s Tourist Trophy races, mixed with the party spirit as the sun sets over Le Mans. The world’s most glorious GTs will do battle, including Aston Martin DB4GTs, steel-bodied Jaguar E-types, and Ferraris SWB and GTO.



The racing steps up a gear

With seven races on the programme, including the much-loved St Mary's Trophy, Saturday at the Revival is a favourite for the real motorsport enthusiasts.

However, with the amount of off-track entertainment Over the Road and on the High Street, there is always a fantastic mix of activities for guests away from the racing.


Sunday best

With another seven races on the bill, Sunday is just as desirable for motorsport enthusiasts as Saturday. It may even be potentially more so as winners are crowned in the second parts of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy and St Mary's Trophy, plus the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration.

A packed day of racing and all the off-track theatrics you'd expect from the Revival - it is a fabulous day out at Goodwood.