The Goodwood Revival took place last weekend. The Revival – hosted at Goodwood’s historic motor racing circuit rather than the driveway of Lord March’s house – sees racing legends (both the cars and drivers, that is) go wheel to wheel. The cars can be worth millions but not an inch is given to reflect this, and the event serves up some of the most enthralling racing on the motorsport calendar. The 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s were hardly the days of traction control and sky-high mechanical grip, after all…
Goodwood Revival 2014: even more great pictures
The 2014 Goodwood Revival hosted the usual combination of frantic racing and period costumes. Huge picture gallery here
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