Pre-1966 classics and race cars clambered for attention at Lord March’s estate at the world’s largest classic car meet.
Last weekend the 15th annual Goodwood Revival welcomed over 145,000 visitors to what has become the world’s largest historic motor race meeting. The epic classic car festival was packed with some of the most beautiful and rare classics on the planet. There were 50th anniversaries celebrated by the Mini Cooper S and Ford GT40, while a 90-minute race between Ferrari, Maserati, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Austin-Healey classics marked the first Goodwood nine-hour comp turning 90.
BMW also presented its classic collection, showcasing models from itself, Mini and Rolls-Royce. Likewise with Aston Martin, who wowed the crowds with celebrated sports cars from across the decades. Aside from historic motorsport visitors were also treated to vehicle paddocks packed with vintage classics from 1948 to 1966, a revival store with products on display from a bye-gone era, and festival-goers dressed in period costume.