The Goodwood Revival is a very special event, but its not all flat caps and vintage dresses; every September the circuit is host to some of the most exciting and visually spectacular racing. It doesn't matter if the grid is packed with £1million Ferraris or humble Austin A35s there's close, and often dramatic, racing for each trophy.
The event attracts an abundance of talented drivers, this year sees Tom Kristensen return as well as British Touring Car champions Andrew Jordan and Gordon Shedden. Friend of evo Tiff Needell is also a Revival veteran and will be competing over the weekend. We'll also see evo's own Richard Meaden competing in an AC Cobra on Sunday.
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If you still haven't had your Goodwood fix, watch Henry Catchpole's favourite onboard videos from previous years of the Revival below.
Nick Swift in a 1293 Mini Cooper S during the 2013 St. Mary’s Trophy
A wonderful view of how the Minis manage to take it to the more powerful cars. You can’t help but breathe in at some points as Swift takes the inside line through Madgwick and Fordwater. You then watch almost in despair as the elastic stretches down the straights only for the light little Mini close the gap again under braking. Seeing Swift balance the car with genuine fingertip control through the fast corners is also fantastic.
Kenny Brack qualifying in a Ford GT40 in the rain during the 2013 Revival
The first time you see the GT40 spike sideways through the kink on the Lavant straight your heart is in your mouth and from then on there’s part of you that wants to watch from behind the sofa. It’s a bit like viewing an extended five minute accident without a crash at the end. Brack’s skill and incalculable bravery are astonishing.
Chris Ward in a 1963 lightweight Jaguar E-Type during the 2015 RAC TT Celebration
The JD Classics Cat amongst the Cobras doesn’t get a very good start but it means the next few laps as Ward reels them in and picks them off is very entertaining. Ward is a wonderfully smooth driver and a joy to watch behind the wheel. He seems to have so much time with his steering inputs. It’s also entertaining watching the Cobras slithering around in the rear view camera.
Martin Brundle and Mark Hales in a Ferrari 250 GT in the 2010 RAC TT Celebration
Not the best footage, but oh the noise and it’s interesting/terrifying seeing the narrow and crowded pit lane during the driver change.
Pedro Macedo Silva in a 1966 Lola T70 Spyder in the 2014 Witsun Trophy
A fantastic view from the open cockpit of a Lola T70 Spyder. It really brings home the speed and it’s fantastic watching the flames from the car in front (a Huffaker-Chevrolet Genie Mk8) on the overrun. Lovely late afternoon/early evening light too.