The Racing Programme
VIP drivers are a hugely popular aspect of the Goodwood Revival, with a list of past participants that reads like a Who’s Who of motor racing greats. Formula 1 World Champions, Indianapolis and Le Mans winners, and Isle of Man and MotoGP stars all take to the famous track in a glittering array of two- and four-wheeled machinery.
Freddie March Memorial Trophy Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy
St Mary's Trophy Shelby Cup Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration
Sports Car Races
Sports car races were the mainstay of Goodwood’s race meetings during the circuit’s active years from 1948-66. At one end of the spectrum were the members’ meetings, for road-based sports cars, and at the other the World Championship Tourist Trophy races, which featured the very fastest and most exotic machinery of the day. The Revival’s sports car races reflect this amazing variety and provide some of the most competitive races of the weekend.
Whitsun Trophy Fordwater Trophy Brooklands Trophy Sussex Trophy
The Revival’s single-seater races reflect the huge diversity of cars that raced at the circuit in period. From brutish pre-war voiturettes to tiny Formula Three Coopers, classic front-engined Grand Prix cars to jewel-like 1.5-litre Lotuses, BRMs and Brabhams, all provide sights, sounds and smells that evoke a bygone era.
Richmond and Gordon Trophy Goodwood Trophy Chichester Cup