Tuesday, 18 September 2012


A sell-out 146,000 motor sport enthusiasts and retro-fashion fans flocked to this weekend’s Goodwood Revival (14-16 September) to join in the fun and celebrations at the world’s largest historic motor race meeting.

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This year’s Revival offered visitors a truly unique opportunity to see a significant gathering of mythical pre-war Silver Arrows being demonstrated on track together at speed for the first time in more than 70 years. The sensational Auto Unions and Mercedes-Benz appeared alongside examples of the ERAs, Maseratis, Rileys and MGs.

The St. Moritz 1948 Winter Olympic-themed Credit Suisse Press Centre at Goodwood Motor Circuit welcomed some of the biggest names in historic racing on Friday for a Forum that debated whether the spirit of the sport is being challenged.

A capacity audience, featuring over 100 members of the media, listened in as Jochen Mass and Sir Stirling Moss were joined by Desiré Wilson, who remains the only female winner of an F1 race; Anthony Reid, former Japanese F3 Champion; Goodwood CEO Lord March; and Ben Cussons, Royal Automobile Club Motoring Committee Chairman, to consider the greatest threats to the future of historic racing.