Don’t miss this year’s Goodwood Revival, with land, sea and air activities – Tickets now limited

Only Friday and Sunday tickets remain for the unmissable Goodwood Revival weekend, say organisers – here they explain why grabbing tickets while you can is a must.

If you’ve not yet grabbed your tickets for the Revival then you’ll want to add it to your to-do list soon – Saturday tickets are gone and Friday and Sunday tickets are now limited!

We know and love the fun-filled, glamorous atmosphere of Revival accompanied with the thrilling, action-packed activities on the racetrack, but we’re all eager to know what’s different this year…

Well, here’s what we can share:


Commemorating 80 years since D-Day

Covering land, air and sea (yes, you read that correctly), Goodwood’s largest ever contingent of over 150 vehicles and machines will take to the track on Sunday to form a commemorative parade. If you haven’t booked Sunday tickets yet, don’t panic, all vehicles taking part in the parade will also be available to view across the entire weekend at locations around the Motor Circuit.

For the first time ever, landing craft and gunboats will be on track...we can’t wait to see that! Also forming the parade will be other staple vehicles and machinery of D-Day including Jeeps, tanks, motorcycles, DUKWs, half-tracks, weapon carriers and many more.

However, the commemorations don’t finish on the track. Revival’s Freddie March Spirit of Aviation concours d'elegance for magnificent historic aircraft will bring together a collection of D-Day era aircraft including a Douglas C-47 Skytrain, Douglas DC-3, Republic P-47 Thunderbolt and Supermarine Spitfire. What a sight that will be!


A mighty fine celebration at the main entrance

For this year only, Goodwood is saying howdy to an all-new event area just inside the main Revival entrance…Wild West Hampnett.

Created to honour the 75th anniversary of the first televised western on British television, y’all can expect plenty o’ fun in this fictional western town. We’re not ones to give spoilers but we can hazard a guess that you can expect cowboys to be roaming, as well as some other Wild West Hampnett locals that might surprise you with a line dance or two!

An all-time favourite race returns, while another is extended

Much to the delight of GT-car fans, the Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy will make its return to Revival this September. Featuring some of the most valuable and glamorous pre-1963 cars in the world, this race promises to draw a crowd as the likes of Jaguar E-types, Shelby Cobras, Ferrari SWBs, and more battle to take the Trophy.

Another exciting change to the race list is the (arguably) most visually appeasing race of the weekend – the Sussex Trophy – being moved from Sunday to Friday evening when it will run for a wonderful 60 minutes. We can’t wait to enjoy an extra 30 minutes of the 1955-1960 World Championship sportscars doing what they do best – being pushed to their limits by fearless drivers.

Tickets are now limited, starting at £80. Those aged 13-21 qualify for half price entry, and under 12s go free. So, be quick to avoid missing out: book your tickets today – Goodwood Revival awaits!

To enjoy everything the Goodwood Revival has to offer this September, explore tickets and hospitality packages at, or contact our friendly Ticket Office on 01243 755055.

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