Recreating the glamour of motor racing as it used to be, the Motor Circuit comes alive for the Revival, both on and off the historic track. The only historic race meeting to be staged entirely in period dress, the Revival sees a return to the halcyon days of Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motor racing.
GRRC guide to the Revival
This handy event guide will help you plan your perfect weekend. Alongside the thrilling racing, one of the biggest parts of the Revival is the period dress. To help us maintain the high standards within the March Enclosure and Central Paddock, we ask that you fully support this – jacket and tie or cravat with smart trousers for gentlemen (unless you choose to wear driver’s or mechanic’s overalls, or other period dress) and something appropriate for ladies.
If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and have a meal, then head over to the GRRC Garage or the Lavant Bank Enclosure.
To benefit from the best views of the track action, choose from our range of Grandstand options. As a GRRC Member, your discount on our Grandstands will apply automatically when booking; however, all of our Grandstands sell out in advance so book quickly to avoid disappointment.
Choose your day
First glance Friday
The Friday of the Revival gives guests the first chance to see all the cars, bikes and aircraft on show, as well as the thematic celebrations taking place across the Motor Circuit.
The day begins with a spectacular aerial display of vintage Warbirds and ends with the Kinrara Trophy race – the most expensive grid in the world. In-between is an action-packed schedule of qualifying for the weekend’s races, where the drivers and riders are pushing to the limit for the best possible position on the grid.
With more qualifying and six races, much-loved off-track festivities Over the Road and shopping on the High Street, Saturday offers something for everyone.
With another eight races on the bill, Sunday is the most desirable for motorsport enthusiasts. Overall winners are crowned in the second parts of the St. Mary’s Trophy, for 1960 saloon cars, and the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy for motorcycles.
Report by goodwood.com