Monday, 15 September 2008

£85MILLION WORTH OF CARS AT THE GOODWOOD REVIVAL

With just a week to go before the 2008 Goodwood Revival (19-21 September) it has been estimated that a staggering £85 million worth of historic racing cars will take part in what would be the most expensive line up on the grid for one particular race. The one-hour, two-driver Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration race for closed-cockpit GT cars is held in the spirit of the RAC TT races that took place at Goodwood between 1960 and 1964. On show at the event will be examples of Jaguar E-type Lightweight; Ferrari 250 GT SWB, GTO and 330 LMB; AC Cobra, Shelby American Cobra Daytonas; Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato and Project 214; plus Chevrolet Corvettes.
An exciting prospect with driving greats from past and present battling it out in hot pursuit. You can guarantee the likes of Derek Bell, Martin Brundle, Patrick Tambay, Jean-Marc Gounon, Christian Horner, Richard Attwood and Jackie Oliver will not hold be holding back on the track.