The Goodwood Revival presents motor racing as it used to be: a magical step back in time to when Goodwood was the social and spiritual home of British motor racing. The arrival of faster Formula One cars in 1966 meant that the circuit had to close, but 32 years later the Earl of March re-opened it and created the only sporting event in the world held entirely to a period theme. As Murray Walker put it: “Goodwood closes its gates on the modern world for three wonderful days”.
The hospitality facilities are unique, in an environment that you will not experience anywhere else in the world. The Clark, Hawthorn and Brabham Pavilions are situated close to the action, adjacent to the assembly area and one minute away from the paddock.