The Breakfast Club
2014 Dates to be confirmed
A jaw-dropping collection of some of the world’s most desirable and cherished vehicles, a scrumptious English breakfast, an adrenalin-fuelled Sunday morning drive and the camaraderie of fellow motoring enthusiasts – it’s no surprise that the Goodwood Breakfast Club is one of the finest monthly events on the UK’s motoring calendar.
A Good Introduction
Since it was introduced in March 2006, the free to enter, and open-to-all Breakfast Club – based at Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex – has become one of the country’s most popular motoring events, an admission-free monthly gathering of drivers and riders united by their petrol-head passion.
FortyOneSix.com, Goodwood’s website for motoring enthusiasts, will once again be covering the Breakfast Club. Please visit www.FortyOneSix.com, sign up and chat with other Breakfast Clubbers, let them know what you'll be driving, and share your photos and experiences from the day.
Free to enter, open to all
Held on the first Sunday of each month from March to October (with the exception of July and September when the Festival of Speed and the Revival are held) the Breakfast Club prides itself on the eclectic and laid-back nature of its gatherings.
"Breakfast Club visitors can refuel with a top-notch breakfast before heading trackside"
Previous events have included ‘Supercar Sunday’, ‘Everything But The Car - from Bikes and Buses to Tractors and Trucks’, ‘Mini Mayhem’, ‘Fabulous Family Favourites’ and ‘Souped-Up Sunday’.
The appeal of the Breakfast Club continued to grow in 2010 with a ‘Deutsch Marques’ meeting aimed at drivers of fast and interesting German machinery and the ‘Performance Car Legends’ event which attracted sports car owners and fans alike. So if you like cars – whether they be priceless Italian GTs or turbo-charged Japanese giant-killers and everything in between – you’ll love the Breakfast Club.
Fill the tank
Admission to all Breakfast Club gatherings is free, with the gates to the circuit opening at 8:00am* for early bird arrivals, and the morning comes to a close at noon. After motoring across the South Downs – and taking in some of the country’s finest driving roads – Breakfast Club visitors can refuel with a top-notch breakfast before heading trackside to pour over the assembled metal. Supplied by Goodwood’s organic farm – the largest of its kind in Europe – Goodwood dishes up some of the tastiest and healthiest home-reared food throughout the morning.
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