The annual Goodwood Revival is nearly here! In just over three weeks, the iconic Goodwood grounds will host a number of events and races as part of the Revival, in a glorious annual celebration of days gone by with a focus on old school motoring. Classic and vintage racing, car shows, and retro themed displays & best-dressed contests will dominate one fantastic weekend. Tickets have already sold out for the Goodwood Revival, but fear not; World of Motoring will be attending, travelling all the way from New Zealand in a pilgrimage for classic and vintage motoring. We’ll be posting updates on the weekend, as well as a wealth of photographs so you don’t miss out on any of the action. So what do we have to look forward to at Goodwood Revival 2015? Racing Action Two classic Minis battling it out on the corner of the Goodwood race track, as part of St Mary’s Trophy at the Goodwood Revival. One of the key attractions of the Goodwood Revival is the selection of races held over the weekend, including five categories of “celebrity two-driver” races with many famous names competing on the race track. A personal favourite is the St Mary’s Trophy, a class for saloon cars built between 1950 and 1959. Ford Anglias, BMC Minis, Austin A35 saloons and many more are just an absolute joy to watch as they scurry around the race track with surprising pace. Revival Car Show You’d think this massive collection of rare, collectable and desirable classics was a huge formal event in its own right – however, you would be mistaken, as this is merely the parking lot for the main Revival event! That doesn’t mean the field isn’t awash with cars aplenty to admire, meaning the Revival Car Show is a huge attraction and is definitely worth a look. Earls Court Motor Show A lovely dark green Morris Minor Traveller with wooden trim, parked at the Goodwood Revival Car Show in 2014. Unlike the majority of the show which is set in the 1940s – 1960s period, the Earls Court Motor Show gives car makers the chance to display new models and prototype vehicles, alongside their classic counterparts. A must see with some wonderful displays. Aviation Displays A real favourite of the Goodwood Revival is the display of vintage aircraft, allowing attendees to get up close and personal with planes dating from the 1920’s onwards, including some which participated in the D-Day landings of WWII. You can find out more about the Goodwood Revival 2015 by visiting the Goodwood Official Website (or just click here to be redirected). Vintage aircraft on display at the 2013 Goodwood Revival. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.