Goodwood Revival Meeting 2016 – The Story in Photographs

This year the Goodwood Revival weather was not on our side. Luckily, although cloudy and grey on Friday, the rain kept off. The picture on Saturday was totally different as the rain poured down. Thankfully Sunday was beautiful!

The Action

There was a lot to see, enough to occupy anyone with a three day ticket. Cars, planes, bikes, celebrities, drama, fashions and more….

The Cars

Freddie March Memorial Trophy 2016

Twenty-minute race for sports cars in the spirit of the Goodwood Nine-Hour races between 1952 and 1955.

 

Frederic Wakeman in the 1953 C Type Jaguar, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Frederic Wakeman in the 1953 C Type Jaguar, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Frederic Wakeman driving his 1953 C Type Jaguar, during practice for the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Massimiliano Berttati, 1952 Allard J2X, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Massimiliano Berttati, 1952 Allard J2X, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Massimiliano Bettati driving his 1952 Allard J2X during practice for the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

1955 Maserati 200Si, 1957 Ferrari 500 TRC, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

1955 Maserati 200Si, 1957 Ferrari 500 TRC, Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

1955 Maserati 200Si driven by Gregor Fiskin alongside the 1957 Ferrari 500 driven by Jason Yates during practice for the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Freddie March Memorial Trophy.

Conrad Ulrich leading the pack in the 1955 Maserati 300S.

Goodwood Trophy

Twenty-minute race for Grand Prix and Voiturette cars of a type that raced up to 1951.

 

Alpha Romeo Tipo B, Goodwood Trophy.

Alpha Romeo Tipo B, Goodwood Trophy.

1934 Alpha Romeo Tipo B, driven by Erickson Shirley, leaving the holding paddock prior to practice for the Goodwood Trophy.

The Holding Paddock prior to the Goodwood Trophy 2016.

The Holding Paddock prior to the Goodwood Trophy 2016.

1935 Maserati V8R1 driving by Andrew Wolfe, leaving the holding paddock for the Goodwood Trophy.

Glover Trophy

Twenty-minute race for 1.5-litre Grand Prix cars of a type that raced between 1961 and 1965.

 

Lotus 25, Glover Trophy.

Lotus 25, Glover Trophy.

1962 Lotus-Climax 25 on its way to scrutineering prior to practice for the Glover Trophy.

BRM P261, Richard Attwood, Glover Trophy.

BRM P261, Richard Attwood, Glover Trophy.

1965 BRM P261 on it way to scrutineering; driven by Richard Attwood in the Glover Trophy.

Madgwick Cup

Twenty-minute race for sports prototypes under three litres of a type that raced between 1960 and 1966.

 

Katsuaki Kubota, Lotus 23, Madgwick Cup.

Katsuaki Kubota, Lotus 23, Madgwick Cup.

Racing driver Katsuaki Kubota climbing into his Lotus 23, in the holding paddock, prior to practice for the Madgwick Cup.

Stuart Tizzard and Katsuaki Kubota driving the Lotus 23Bs in the Madgwick Cup.

Stuart Tizzard and Katsuaki Kubota driving the Lotus 23Bs in the Madgwick Cup.

At the chicane during practice for the Madgwick Cup. Stuart Tizzard in the 1962 Ford-Lotus 23B, leading Katsuaki Kubota driving his 1963 Lotus-Ford 23B.

Steve Tillack, Brabham BRM BT8, Madgwick Cup.

Steve Tillack, Brabham BRM BT8, Madgwick Cup.

Car number 34 is the 1964 Brabham-BRM BT8, 1998cc, driven by Steve Tillack. Shown here at the chicane, during the Madgwick Cup.

Whitsun Trophy

Twenty-five minute race for unlimited sports prototypes of a type that raced up to 1966.

Tiff Needall, Lotus 30, Whitsun Trophy.

Tiff Needall, Lotus 30, Whitsun Trophy.

Tiff Needall in the 1965 Lotus-Ford 30, leaving the holding paddock prior to the Whitsun Trophy.

Settrington cup

Two-part contest for Austin J40 pedal cars of the type that raced between 1949 and 1966.

Austin J40 pedal cars driven by Amber Stanley and Joe Stanley, Settrington Cup.

Austin J40 pedal cars driven by Amber Stanley and Joe Stanley, Settrington Cup.

Essential tuning for the most important race of the weekend. Being careful not to get grease on the tie. The Settrington Cup for Austin J40 pedal cars is an extremely competitive race that is taken very seriously by the young drivers.

The Bikes

The Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

Two twenty-five minute two-rider races for motorcycles up to 1000cc of a type that raced up to 1954.

Maria Costello on the 1929 BMW WR500 Compressor

Maria Costello on the 1929 BMW WR500 Compressor & Troy Corser.

Superbike World Champion Troy Corser with Maria Costello MBE, on the 1929 BMW WR500, prior to the practice for the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy. Maria  is a British motorcycle racer, she held the Guinness World Record as the fastest woman to lap the Isle of Man TT course, at an average speed of 114.73 mph.

 

1954 Triumph T110 Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.

1954 Triumph T110 Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.

1954 Triumph T110 riden by Derek Crutchlow/Kevin Rushworth during practice for the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy, followed by the 1953 Norton M, riden by Ian Bain/Steve Brogan.

1951 Triumph Thunderbird, 1953 Norton Manx, Barry Sheene Trophy.

1951 Triumph Thunderbird, 1953 Norton Manx, Barry Sheene Trophy.

The 1951 Triumph Thunderbird riden by Roger Ashby and Brian Morrison, 1953 Norton Manx riden by Seb Perez and Scott Smart, followed by the 1953 Gilera 500 GP,

1951 Vincent Black Shadow, 1952 Norton Manx.

1951 Vincent Black Shadow, 1952 Norton Manx.

1951 Vincent Black Shadow riden by Barry Buster and Peter Crew, followed by the 1952 Norton Manx and the 1950 Vincent Comet Grey Flash riden by Derek Bunning and Ian Duffus.

1951 Vincent Black Shadow, 1951 Triumph Thunderbird, 1936 BMW R5, Barry Sheene Trophy.

1951 Vincent Black Shadow, 1951 Triumph Thunderbird, 1936 BMW R5, Barry Sheene Trophy.

In the lead at the chicane is the 1951 Vincent Black Shadow riden by Barry Buster and Peter Crew leading the 1951 Triumph Thunderbird, and the 1936 BMW R5, followed by Maria Costello on the 1929 BMW WR500, during practice for the 2016 Barry Sheene Trophy.

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