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Watch all three days of action from the 20th Goodwood Revival – featuring hundreds of prestigious classic vehicles and past champions of the Le Mans 24 Hours, GT and touring car racing – with our live stream
Goodwood's third and final crown jewel event of 2018 is upon us. The 20th Goodwood Revival takes place across Friday September 7 until Sunday September 9, featuring pre-1966 motorsport machinery racing wheel-to-wheel in a series of class-based events.
Differentiating itself from the spring Members' Meeting – which took place in snowy conditions this year – every inch of Goodwood, from the cars to the drivers, the pitlane and even spectators, are redressed in period-correct attire for the Revival. This year the circuit will recreate 1950s Silverstone, a nod to 70 years passing since it first held the British Grand Prix.
More on what's happening at Goodwood this weekend
- Goodwood Revival set to hold the most expensive race ever
- 13 Le Mans winners to race in Goodwood Revival
- Fancy competing next year? Grab a Goodwood-eligible car from our classifieds
Back on the circuit itself, AutoClassics has coverage of every moment of Revival racing action, starting with practice for the Kinrara Trophy at 9:45am on Friday, all the way through to the Sussex Trophy chequered flag dropping as Sunday evening beckons.
0920 Track Parade: British Transport
1000 Race 9: Chichester Cup
1045 Race 10: Richmond & Gordon Trophies
1130 Settrington Cup - Part 2
1150 Race 11: Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy - Part 2
1240 Race 12: St Mary's Trophy - Part 2
1325 Spectator Grid Walk – GRRC 20th Anniversary Medal holders only
1345 Track Parade: Revival Winners
1410 Race 14: Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration
1500 Best Dressed competition presented by Mastercard
1530 Race 15: Glover Trophy
1605 Demonstration: Eagle
1615 Track Parade: Tribute to Rob Walker
1650 Race 16: Sussex Trophy
1830 Prize giving (trackside at Race Control)
Classic Cars for Sale
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