Glamour, nostalgia and incredibly beautiful and rare vintage cars. The Goodwood Revival showcases an array of class – and the Revival Car Show, sponsored by Smith & Williamson, is no exception.
Track racing on a prestigious, historic circuit – against the backdrop of stunning West Sussex scenery and the stately Goodwood House. The Goodwood Revival is a classic celebration of style.
This year marks another historic event: the start of Smith & Williamson’s partnership with the Goodwood Revival, through our sponsorship of the Revival Car Show. An estimated 4,500 cars from pre-1966 will be on show per day from 8-10 September, providing a glittering display en route to the racing.
The Revival Car Show will take place in the ‘Over the Road’ area of the Goodwood Revival. The area, which is free to enter, is an unmissable opportunity to see rare cars up close and personal. Smith & Williamson invite you to join us there.
Don’t miss out on the latest classic British motor racing action at Goodwood Revival. Watch our live stream here over the weekend to ensure you experience every moment, including the thrilling historic racing, historic motor circuit, vintage dress and the winners of the Revival Car Show 2017, as well as the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation concourse.
The historic racetrack at Goodwood began life as a relief airfield called RAF Westhampnett by the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. Several squadrons were active here, including the No. 41 Squadron RAF which operated the legendary Supermarine Spitfire, as well as many other units including Belgian, Canadian and Polish squadrons.
Spectators can look forward to thrilling historic motor sport races with some of the finest drivers and riders in the land. Priceless cars from the Revival era will be driven round the track at high speed, in pursuit of glory and just maybe a place in motor sport history.
Many of the cars present at Goodwood have been lovingly restored and maintained by dedicated enthusiasts. The Revival Car Show 2017 provides a chance to show off the best of their work!
The vintage style worn by attendees at the Goodwood Revival brings to life the heyday period of British motor sport in the 1950s and 1960s, with all the glamour and sophistication of the age.