The Goodwood Revival is a three-day festival, famous for its celebration of classic motor vehicles from the period of its initial opening in 1948 to 1966. The revival is held every year in September at the magnificent Goodwood Estate and draws huge crowds on each occasion.
The opening day of the Goodwood Revival begins with a spectacular display of vintage Warbirds and, gives guests a first chance look at all the cars, bikes and aircraft on show, all the while an action-packed schedule of qualifying races happen for the weekend’s races.
Sensation Saturday offers something for everyone with more qualifying races, off-track festivities, and shopping opportunities. A huge draw is the inclusion of part 1 of the Revivals only motorcycle race – the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.
The final day of the Goodwood Revival is when the winners are crowned, with eight races on the bill Sunday is the day for motorsport enthusiasts. The centrepiece is a one-hour, two-driver Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration for priceless GT cars.
Hospitality Packages Available: 9
Budget: £212.50 to £790
Attendees: 150,000 over 3 days