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Here are the best bits from this year’s Goodwood Revival. Máté Boér is our guy behind the lens, he sent us these glorious images.

The Austin Seven-parade perhaps best summed up all that Goodwood’s is about: spreading Britishness to an international audience. But perhaps more than anything else, the Goodwood Revival is a celebration of racing.

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15 races

With 15 races on the agenda, spread out over two days, and six demonstration events, there never is a dull moment in the Goodwood Revival weekend. This year was no exception, even if the Revival was once again run under the most peculiar of circumstances, this time the farewell to Queen Elizabeth II weighing on the proceedings.

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The Graham Hill tribute, to celebrate the 60 years of his first F1 world title, was a particular highlight. Damon Hill showed his father’s championship-winning BRM P57, leading a selection of other cars in which Graham distinguished himself. The 75 years of Ferrari was another impressive display on the track, with around 75 Ferraris participating in the celebratory laps.

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On the grass

Where else would you hear about André Lotterer and Alex Brundle getting involved in some serious side-by-side duelling… in Minis? And the move Frank Stippler in his Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA put on, mostly on the grass, to snatch the lead from Romain Dumas in a Ford Galaxie is something people will talk about a long time coming. These names, in all kinds of historic (looking) machinery, make the Goodwood Revival probably the best classic racing meeting in the world.

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Winning at the Goodwood Revival is serious business, so no wonder the grids are filled up with star drivers like Jenson Button, Dario Franchitti, Tom Kristensen, Jochen Mass, Emanuele Pirro, and many more.

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Here are the results of the different races:

Freddie March Memorial Trophy

1. Wakeman/Hancock – Jaguar C-Type

2. Webb/Young – Jaguar C-Type

3. Peterkin/Treluyer – Allard J2X

Madgwick Cup

1. Miles Griffiths – Kieft 1,100

2. Malcolm Paul – Lotus-Bristol Mk X

3. Oliver Marcais – Lotus-Bristol Mk X

Settrington Cup Part 1

1. Alex Roach

2. Joe Bain

3. Jack Porter

Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

1. Hillier/Thomas – Matchless G80 CS

2. Russell/Rutter – Velocette MSS

3. Brooks/Kingham – Vincent Black Shadow

Glover Trophy

1. Andy Middlehurst – Lotus-Climax 25

2. Mark Shaw – Lotus-Climax 21

3. Philipp Buhofer – BRM P261

St Mary’s Trophy presented by Motul part 1

1. Romain Dumas – Ford Galaxie 500

2. Frank Stippler – Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA

3. Andrew Jordan – Ford-Lotus Cortina Mk1

Goodwood Trophy

1. Mark Gillies – ERA A-Type R3A

2. David Morris – ERA B-Type R11B

3. Ian Baxter – Alta 61 IS

Whitsun Trophy presented by Sky Cinema

1. Oliver Bryant – Lola-Chevrolet T70 Spyder

2. Stuary Hall – McLaren-Chevrolet M1B

3. Rob Hall – McLaren-Chevrolet M1A

Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy

1. Whitaker/Jordan – AC Cobra Dragonsnake

2. Hard D/Hart O – Ferrari 250 GT SWB

3. Gaye/Twyman – Ferrari 250 GT SWB/C

Chichester Cup

1. Andrew Hibberd – Lotus-Ford 20

2. Chris Drake – Elva-Ford 300

3. Joe Colasacco – RAM-Fiat 4

Richmond & Gordon Trophies

1. William Nuthall – Cooper-Climax T53 ‘lowline’

2. Andrew Willis – BRM P48

3. Andrew Beaumont – Lotus-Climax 18

See Also

Settrington Cup Part 2

1. Esme Graham – Austin J40

2. Freddie Mann – Austin J40

3. Austin Buncombe – Austin J40

Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy part 2

1. Brooks/Kingham – Vincent Black Shadow 

2. Hillier/Thomas – Matchless G80 CS

3. Bain/Brogan – Norton International


1. Smith/Shedden – AC Cobra

2. Wakeman/Kristensen – Lister-Jaguar coupe

3. Meins/Huff – Jaguar E-type ‘semi-lightweight

Lavant Cup

1. Ed Foster – MGB

2. Malcolm Gammons – MGB

3. Nick Maton – MGB

Sussex Trophy

1. James Cottingham – Tojeiro-Jaguar

2. David Hart – Lister-Jaguar ‘Costin’

3. Miles Griffiths – Lotus-Climax 15

St Mary’s Trophy part 2

1. Fred Shephard – Ford Galaxie 500

2. Olivier Hart – Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA

3. Gregor Fisken – Ford Galaxie 500