Watch the Goodwood 74th Members Meeting live on evo.co.uk

One of the year's best historic motorsport events will be shown live on this very page - make sure you tune in

The Goodwood Members Meeting is rapidly gaining the profile of the better-known Festival of Speed and Revival meetings, and there’s one very good reason for that: fantastic racing.

Anyone who witnessed Rover SD1s, Chevrolet Camaros and Mini Clubmans racing in last year’s Gerry Marshall Trophy, or beautiful the balletic performance of dozens of drifting 911 in the John Adlington Trophy would corroborate that.

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Those keen to catch some of the world’s best classic car racing would do well to tune in this year too, and you can do so right here on evo.co.uk as we’ll be hosting the 74th Members Meeting live feed.

You can see a full table of events below – all times are subject to change on the day – and catch the feed when it starts at 9am GMT on Saturday and Sunday, with coverage finishing each day at around 6:30pm GMT. If you miss it at the time, you can also watch it on delayed broadcast on Saturday and Sunday night.

Saturday 19th March

07.30Gates open
08.30Hunt runs the track
09.00OFFICIAL PRACTICE BEGINS: Gerry Marshall Trophy (30 mins, two-driver session)
09.40Alan Mann Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
10.20Brooks Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins, two-driver session)
10.45Derek Bell Cup, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
11.15SPECTATOR GRID WALK
11.35High Speed Demo: Super Tourers (10 mins)
11.55SF Edge Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
12.30Graham Hill Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
13.00IWC Track Moment: Silver Arrows driven by Mika Hakkinen and Jochen Mass
13.15Hailwood Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
13.45Bruce McLaren Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
14.15High Speed Demo: Group 5 (10 mins)
14.40SPECTATOR GRID WALK
15.00RACE 1: Gerry Marshall Trophy Part 1 (15 mins)
15.30Parnell Cup, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
15.55High Speed Demo: Ground-Effect F1 Cars Part 1 (10 mins)
16.10High Speed Demo: Ground-Effect F1 Cars Part 2 (10 mins)
16.35Whitmore Cup, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
17.00Peter Collins Trophy, Official Timed Practice (15 mins)
17.30RACE 2: Alan Mann Trophy (60 mins)
18.30Evening Festivities begin
21.30Fireworks
21.30Last orders
22.00Party Closes

Sunday 20th March

07.30Gates Open
09.00RACE 3: Brooks Trophy (20 mins)
09.40RACE 4: Derek Bell Cup (20 mins)
10.20RACE 5: SF Edge Trophy (15 mins)
10.55SPECTATOR GRID WALK
11.15High Speed Demo: Group 5 (10 mins)
11.45RACE 6: Graham Hill Trophy (20 mins)
12.25RACE 7: Hailwood Trophy (20 mins)
13.00SPECTATOR GRID WALK
13.25High Speed Demo: Ground Effect F1 Pt 1 (10 mins)
13.40High Speed Demo: Ground Effect F1 Pt 2 (10 mins)
14.15RACE 8: Gerry Marshall Trophy Part 2 (45 mins, two drivers)
15.20RACE 9: Bruce McLaren Trophy (20 mins)
15.55High Speed Demo: Super Tourers (10 mins)
16.20RACE 10: Parnell Cup (20 mins)
17.00RACE 11: Whitmore Cup (20 mins)
17.40RACE 12: Peter Collins (20 mins)
18.30Prize Giving in Great Hall
18.30Last orders
19.00Event Closes

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