Christmas Gift Guide: Experience life in the fast lane at Goodwood

Gift Guides | Press Article 17/04/24

  • Kickstart the year by gifting a Goodwood experience this Christmas
  • New! Driving Simulator Experience at the Goodwood Motor Circuit
  • Driving and aviation experiences available to book at com

From tearing up the circuit to flying high in the sky, give the gift of Goodwood this Christmas with driving and aviation experiences. Held at the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit and Aerodrome, all experiences listed below are available to book at

The Goodwood Off-Road Experience
Step back in time and enjoy the quirks and charm of classic Land Rovers with our Off-Road Driving Experience. Feel every bump and drop as you adventure through the rutted off-road tracks at Goodwood Motor Circuit in our fleet of classic Land Rovers from the 1960s. You will get the opportunity to explore the narrow and tricky trenches, steep descents, challenging inclines and mud traps in a classic Land Rover. Starts from £220.

Performance Track
Follow in the tracks of racing heroes such as Jim Clark and Sir Jackie Stewart. Get the chance to drive the full-range of high-performance BMW M Models and MINI John Cooper Works at the historic two-and-a-half-mile circuit, with its famously demanding high speed corners and tight chicanes, providing a real challenge and joy for any driver who loves the feeling of high speed. Starts from £399. 

Goodwood Revival Racing Experience
The Goodwood Revival Racing Experience is a brilliantly authentic, exhilarating and memorable experience where the true craft of driving a classic car can be mastered. Get the opportunity to drive a selection of beautiful 1950s and 1960s classic saloons & GTs that have been lovingly restored back to their original racing state at the iconic Motor Circuit. Starts from £595.

Goodwood Race Simulator Experience
Take to the track for the ultimate Race Simulator Experience at the Goodwood Motor Circuit. Visitors can drive in the tracks of celebrated drivers such as Sir Stirling Moss, Jim Clark, Jack Brabham, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and Jenson Button, who have all famously raced at Goodwood Motor Circuit. Drivers will have the opportunity to feel every part of the challenging circuit as they get to know its fast-sweeping corners, quick straights and tight chicane. Starts from £50.

Warbird Aviation Experience
This is the perfect experience for anyone interested in the history of the Second World War, whether it be the extraordinary feats of engineering or just wanting to experience the flight of a lifetime in a warbird. The Goodwood Warbird Experience takes you back in time, as your instructor will explain the roles that Goodwood Aerodrome and advanced training aircraft like the Harvard played during WWII, as well as how that continues today. Starts from £549.

Cessna 172 Flight Simulator
Give the gift of flight and treat dad to a session in the Goodwood Aerodrome Cessna 172 Simulator. The Simulator has been custom-built to replicate the Goodwood Cessna aircraft as closely as possible. The high-quality visuals will quickly have you immersed and the realistic feel of the controls give an accurate idea of what it is like to fly the aircraft. Starts from £99.

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About Goodwood Motor Circuit
Goodwood Motor Circuit was founded by Freddie March, later the ninth Duke of Richmond, at the end of the Second World War. It began life as a war-time airfield that played a major part in the Battle of Britain. RAF pilots used to race their cars around the perimeter track, inspiring the Duke with the idea to turn it into a motor circuit. Goodwood Motor Circuit opened in 1948 and closed in 1966, which meant that Goodwood was the home of British motorsport during the sports’ most exciting and glamorous era.

Fifty years to the day after its original opening, the current Duke of Richmond re-opened the circuit in 1998 with a three-day event now known as Goodwood Revival. Goodwood is the only classic circuit in the world to remain entirely in its original form and has been
meticulously restored; everything from the track itself to the many authentic wartime buildings still stand on the site.

Home to Goodwood Revival and Members' Meeting, the Motor Circuit is open throughout the year for track days and driving experiences. It also hosts Breakfast Club, which brings anyone and everyone who loves cars together on a Sunday morning to enjoy breakfast and share their passion for the automobile in all its various forms.

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