Several drivers are scheduled to attend Lord March’s vintage racing spectacle
The 2006 Goodwood Revival is being held September 1-3 and many of the Race Legends celebrities are scheduled to participate in the event. The Goodwood Revival, the brainchild of Lord March, is a race meeting that brings together cars and motorcycles that would or did compete on the Goodwood Motor Circuit between 1948 and 1966.
In addition to the spectacular vintage racing action, the entire event takes on a vintage look and feel. The Goodwood Circuit itself has been restored to its original appearance and many spectators wear period clothing. It is truly a one-of-a-kind event and a highlight of each vintage racing season.
Lord March has announced that the following drivers, represented by Race Legends, are scheduled to make an appearance:
- Derek Bell, five-times Le Mans winner, will drive a Jaguar Mk I (St Mary’s Trophy) and a Jaguar E-type Lightweight (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration).
- Sir Jack Brabham, three-times Formula One World Champion, will be at the Revival all weekend.
- Tony Brooks, former Grand Prix driver, will at the Revival all weekend.
- Phil Hill, triple Le Mans winner and the USA’s first F1 World Champion, will take part in a series of track parades in recognition of his career achievements.
- Sir Stirling Moss will drive a Jaguar Mk VII (St Mary’s Trophy), an Austin Healey Sprite (Fordwater Trophy) and the unique four-wheel drive Ferguson Project 99 (Richmond Trophy).