Saturday 14 September Already Sold-Out for the 2013 Goodwood Revival and the spirit of the Goodwood nine hour race

Saturday 14 September Already Sells-Out for the 2013 Goodwood Revival

With the sights, sounds and smells of last weekend’s sell-out Festival of Speed still a very recent memory, the Goodwood team are already gearing-up for the 2013 Goodwood Revival (13-15 September), taking place in eight weeks time.

During the Festival of Speed, excitement and demand for this year’s Revival ran very high, with all remaining tickets for Revival Saturday (14 September) selling out during the Festival.  With all Saturday admission tickets now gone, 2013 Revival weekend tickets have now sold-out too, although individual day tickets for Revival Friday and Sunday do currently remain available, strictly on a first-come; first-served basis, but liable to sell out fast .

 

Revival Grandstands

A limited quantity of Lavant ‘roving’ grandstand seats remain available for Friday and Sunday too, but again these are likely to be sold-out by the end of this week, as all other Grandstand seats sold out some weeks ago.  A few none-electric camping pitches also remain available for the moment, as does some hospitality.

Revival Market

All the stalls in the Revival Market retail area were sold by the end of last year, although some limited trade stalls/exhibition space does currently remain available for the popular and large Over The Road exhibition and entertainment area, located alongside the huge Revival Car Show display of around 2,000 period classic vehicles each day.

With a record Revival attendance last year of 148,000, Lord March - the event’s founder – once again took the bold decision to cap advanced ticket sales for this year to ensure the Revival remains a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all Goodwood visitors, without too much crowding.  The huge early demand for the Revival will ensure that those lucky enough to have tickets are set for a truly enjoyable and memorable weekend.

 

The spirit of the Goodwood nine hour race

  • The Freddie March Memorial Trophy celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first Goodwood Nine Hour race
  • Ninety minute, two-driver race into the twilight on Friday 13 September
  • Race features classic sports-racers in the spirit of the Nine Hours, such as Jaguar C-type, Aston Martin DB3, Austin-Healey 100S and Ferrari 750 
  • Race supported by Credit Suisse

Race-goers at this year’s Goodwood Revival (13-15 September) are in for a special treat on the evening of Friday 13 September, as Goodwood pays homage to the second Nine Hour race at the legendary motor circuit in 1953.

On Friday 13th, this year’s Freddie March Memorial Trophy – supported by Credit Suisse – will be a 90-minute, two-driver race into dusk, for cars of a type that originally contested this legendary endurance race.  

This race into the dark will feature a spectacular collection of classic sports-racing cars in the spirit of the 1952 to 1955 Goodwood Nine Hour races, including some exceptional examples of the Jaguar C-type, Aston Martin DB3 and DB3S, Maserati A6G, Ferrari 750 Monza, Austin-Healey 100S, Cooper-Bristol, Cunningham C4R, Allard and HWM.

Beginning at approximately 6:15pm on Friday 13 September, the Freddie March Memorial Trophy will continue into the twilight (with sunset due around 7:15 pm), with the cars running with their headlights ablaze until around 7:45pm. 

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