The Goodwood Festival of Speed by Coach
Nostalgia and motor racing combine to create on the UK’s most iconic and popular festivals, the Goodwood Revival.
The Revival is a non-stop weekend celebration of the glory days Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motorsport, when motor racing was at its most glamourous and stylish.
Since its inaugural event in 1998, the Goodwood Revival has established itself as the world’s biggest historic motor racing extravaganza, attracting over 150,000 spectators, with fans flocking from all four corners of the globe to see some of the legendary cars and bikes from all generations race around the curves of this famous track.
The Revival features a packed programme of racing, each dedicated to different periods and style of motor racing.
See everything from some of the earliest single-seater cars, to former winners of the Le Mans 24 hour race, and classics from manufacturers such as Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin and Austin compete for the most coveted trophies in historic motorsport - there’s no better sight in motorsport.
While the cars are the real stars, the Revival also attracts some of the most famous faces of motorsport both past and present, including Sir Stirling Moss, Tom Kristensen and Derek Bell, plus many racing-loving celebrities.
There’s also a chance to see Spitfire warbirds take to the skies to celebrate Goodwood’s period as a war time air base.
Staged entirely in period dress, and with everything from the food outlets and shops re-created from past decades, the Revival will make you feel as though you have genuinely travelled back in time.
Join in the fun and add to the unique atmosphere by attending in your finest tweed or best period frock.
Tickets for the Revival sell-out long before the event, so grabs yours while you can on a coach break with National Holidays!