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Get ready for Goodwood Revival

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This weekend is all about Goodwood Revival. Here is your guide to cars and star drivers who will be showing up on the grid.

Keeping the Goodwood Revival going is not all that obvious, with the United Kingdom recently having lost their long-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. The state funeral for the Queen will be on Monday. This coming Sunday a minute of silence will be held across the UK at 8 PM.

Photo Goodwood/Drew Gibson

Goodwood has adapted its schedule accordingly. The Union Jacks will fly at half-mast and staff will wear black armbands. There will be dedicated moments honouring Queen Elizabeth II with a video and a minute of silence.

75 Ferraris

As per tradition, Goodwood expects you to show up at the Revival, dressed in a vintage outfit. The main event for this year’s Goodwood Revival looks to be the parade for 75 years of Ferrari. The circuit expects to host around 75 racing Ferraris that will take part in demo laps on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Photo Goodwood/Dominic James

Graham Hill

Another highlight promises to be the celebration of 60 years since Graham Hill took his first Formula 1 world title. Hill won his first of two F1 crowns in 1962, in the BRM P578. Graham’s son Damon – the 1996 F1 world champion – will demonstrate the car. Other cars from Graham Hill’s impressive career – he is still the only driver to have taken the ‘Triple Crown’: Monaco GP, Indy 500 and Le Mans 24 – will show up as well. One of these is the Lotus 49 in which Hill won his second F1 title in 1968. In doing so, Hill kept the spirits up in the Lotus team after the fatal accident Jim Clark had in a Formula 2 race in Germany.

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Nascar star

Fittingly, Goodwood has planned a homage to the Austin Seven, which turns 100 years this year. 100 cars will take to the track in a two-lap parade, showing every kind of Austin Seven there has ever been, from tractor to race car. The Revival expects to see fifteen former Le Mans winners on the grid, as well as fifteen former F1 drivers and five Indycar racers. We’ll see Tom Kristensen, Henri Pescarolo, André Lotterer (in a Mini!) and Brendon Hartley in action, alongside the likes of Jackie Stewart, Jenson Button and Damon Hill.

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Photo Goodwood/James Lynch

Indycar is represented through Scott Dixon, Dario Franchitti, Max Chilton, Simona de Silvestro and seven-time Nascar champion Jimmie Johnson, who will drive a Cobra.

This year’s Lavant Cup is exclusively reserved for MG Bs. Only Friday tickets remain available. More info and live stream of the races on goodwood.com

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