Ten reasons to go to the Goodwood Revival

Ten reasons to go to the Goodwood Revival

The Goodwood Revival is always one of the highlights of the racing calendar. MARCUS PYE has 10 good reasons why you should be gracing it with your presence this year

When Lord March reopened the Goodwood Motor Circuit on September 18, 1998, half a century to the day after his grandfather Freddie staged the inaugural race meeting on the family estate's decommissioned RAF Westhampnett airfield perimeter track, he created a new phenomenon.

Launched in the wheeltracks of the Festival of Speed, the world-renowned hillclimb-centred garden party of motorsport first run in 1993 at the stately home nearby, the Revival achieved petrolhead Charles March's long-held ambition to rekindle the racing tradition that coloured his youth.

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