A weekend of iconic celebrations: Goodwood Revival demonstrations confirmed

Goodwood Revival | Press Article 17/04/24

  • A trio of demonstrations will take place on track at Goodwood Revival later this year, to celebrate:
    • Ferrari’s 75th Anniversary.
    • 100 years of the Austin 7.
    • 60 years since Graham Hill’s first F1 World Championship.
  • Goodwood Revival takes place Friday 16 to Sunday 18 September.

This September, Goodwood Revival will host a trio of honorary celebrations as we welcome timeless classics from Ferrari and Austin, alongside celebrating motor racing icon Graham Hill. 

Continuing the celebration from this year's Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, the Revival will mark 75 years since Enzo Ferrari founded his eponymous company, in March 1947. Goodwood is delighted to play host to Ferrari’s diamond anniversary, celebrating arguably the most evocative name in motoring and motorsport history. The event will welcome approximately 75 Revival-era racing Ferraris to the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit, for a truly once-in-a-lifetime spectacle!

The grand collection of Ferraris will be welcomed to the Circuit with a suitably colourful and noisy celebration. The classic cars will parade the Goodwood Motor Circuit on all three days of the event, giving attendees plenty of opportunity to catch a glimpse of the striking models.

At the other end of the motoring spectrum, the Revival will also commemorate the 100th anniversary of the humble Austin 7. The Motor Circuit will showcase a parade of over 100 Austin 7 models each day of the event, celebrating the car which made motoring an affordable reality for the British public. The impressive collection will take to the track each morning to formally open the event with a two-lap parade. On show will be everything from classic 7s in all shapes and sizes, to specialist models such as Austin 7 tractors, military models, racing 7s and much more.

We’re celebrating not one, not two but three remarkable anniversaries at this year’s Goodwood Revival. 2022 marks the 60th Anniversary of motoring racing icon Graham Hill’s first F1 World Championship. Revival will pay homage to the racing idol with a fleet of over 40 of his racing cars which will notably include the 1962 Championship-winning BRM P578 - or ‘Old Faithful’ as it’s more commonly known - which will be driven by his son Damon Hill who won his own Formula 1 Championship title in 1996. The 1968 Championship-winning Lotus 49 will also make an appearance over the weekend, alongside other cars to celebrate the breadth of Hill’s stellar career, during which he became the only driver to win the ‘Triple Crown’ of Monaco Grand Prix, Indy 500 and Le Mans. The stunning collection of cars will embark on a multi-lap parade each day accompanied by a speech from The Duke of Richmond, dedicated to Graham Hill and the classic collection.

Taking place across the weekend, the trio of demonstrations will join the 15 races already confirmed for the Goodwood Revival, Friday 16 - Sunday 18 September.


Notes to Editors:

Goodwood Revival, Friday 16 - Sunday 18 September.

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About the Goodwood Revival
The Goodwood Revival is the world’s greatest historic motor race meeting, and the only sporting event of its kind to be staged entirely in a period theme. More than just an unrivalled weekend of historic racing, it is an immersive celebration of a less disposable world, where “make do and mend” was a way of life rather than a casual slogan.

The Revival is, at its heart, a celebration of craftsmanship and sustainability, from an age when possessions were made to last and be cherished. It promotes a thoroughly modern ethos – to “reduce, reuse, repair, restore and recycle” – in the most authentic way possible. All the cars are original, having been lovingly maintained since new, many of the outfits have been handed down through generations, and even the retailers specialise in pre-owned artefacts – everything from clothes and accessories to automobilia and books.

It is, proudly, the world’s biggest and most glamorous second-hand event.