Goodwood Revival 2015: The 12 best things

Goodwood Revival 2015: The 12 best things

As the Goodwood Revival's lead commentator, MARCUS PYE had the best seat in the house for the 18th edition of this extraordinary event. He picks his 12 highlights

The 18th Goodwood Revival Meeting was another spectacular sellout, with a record 149,000 people from all over the world - at least 95 per cent in period civilian, military or mechanics' costume to reflect the former RAF Westhampnett aerodrome's 1948-66 first racing heyday - making the pilgrimage to West Sussex to attend Lord March's event, which has grown beyond recognition since its inauguration on September 18, 1998.

Despite rather too much panel damage vexing the British Automobile Racing Club's senior officials over the weekend, the quality of the competition element of this multi-faceted festival (also covered comprehensively in AUTOSPORT magazine this week) was sensational as ever.

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