Goodwood Revival

An opportunity to spend the weekend back in time at the height of the circuits glory day’s, the Revival comprises cars, motorcycles, planes and much, much more, with the circuit action open to vehicles which would have competed during 1948 – 1966.

Next Event: 17-19 September 2021

The Revival returns in 2021 with a new layout, new areas, new celebrations and the same Revival spirit.

Madgwick Corner – A new viewing area within the perimeter of the circuit has been added which will be accessible from a brand-new bridge at Madgwick Corner.

Lavant Infield – RAF Westhampnett – The Lavant infield will be see the introduction of high street shopping, places to refuel for lunch and an opportunity to admire the selection of 60s GT cars racing in the Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy. Themed as RAF Westhampnett it will celebrate the history of the airfield prior to the introduction of the Motor Circuit.

Festival of Britain at Gate 2 – Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Festival of Britain by transporting you back to the summer of 1951 from the moment you enter the event.

Sir Stirling Moss will be commemorated at all three of Goodwood’s headline motorsport events in 2021.

Close racing is guaranteed at Goodwood
Close racing is guaranteed at Goodwood

During 1948-1966 Goodwood hosted racing such as Formula One, the Goodwood Nine Hours and the Tourist Trophy sports car race.

Who attends?

Sir Stirling Moss, John Surtees, David Coulthard, Damon Hill, Giacomo Agostini and many more have all taken part at the Revival in previous years.

When is Goodwood Revival?

The event takes place over three days every September with many people dressing in period costume to bring an extra sense of authenticity to the event.


Photos of Goodwood Revival 2012