Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 supercar to make global public debut at 79th Goodwood Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport

Members Meeting | Press Article 17/04/24

  • Global public debut of sold-out T.33 supercar to be unveiled by Professor Gordon Murray and The Duke of Richmond on 9 April 2022
  • T.50 supercar and track-focused T.50s will also be on display at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting
  • Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 course car to take part in performance demonstrations of F1 cars from the V10 era

The all-new Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 supercar is set to make its public debut at the 79th Goodwood Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport on 9 April, it has been announced.

The T.33 coupe, which is strictly limited to 100 examples and is sold out, will be officially unveiled by Professor Gordon Murray and The Duke of Richmond at 79th Members’ Meeting. The timeless design of the £1.37m (excluding local taxes) supercar is built around a newly developed carbon and aluminium superlight architecture, weighing less than 1100kg overall. The two-seater supercar is powered by a specially reconfigured version of the Cosworth GMA T.50 3.9-litre V12 engine, revving up to 11,100rpm.

Visitors to the Goodwood Members’ Meeting will also have a chance to see the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 and track focused T.50s supercar. Over the weekend, a 3.9-litre V12 650bhp T.50 prototype will take to the iconic Goodwood Motor Circuit, driven by a Gordon Murray Automotive test driver. The T.50 course car will serve as the pace car for the performance demonstration of F1 cars, which reunites some of the drivers of the V10 age with their cars and offers modern racers a taste of these incredible machines.

Gordon Murray Automotive will also display a collection of historic vehicles that influenced Gordon’s T.33 vision and follow the same light-weighting principals, an ethos that he still applies to vehicle design today. These include:

  • IGM Ford T.1
  • Porsche 904
  • Lamborghini Miura
  • Abarth 1000 SP
  • Osca 1600 GT
  • Porsche 550 Spyder
  • Lotus Elite

Professor Gordon Murray CBE “The team at Gordon Murray Automotive is extremely proud of our British company and as with the T.50, the T.33 supply chain is predominantly UK sourced. We take immense pride in presenting our family of cars at a British venue and where better than Goodwood? As a GRRC member and an ardent fan of all things Goodwood, I look forward to the upcoming 79th Members’ Meeting and the global public debut of our T.33 supercar coupe.”

The Duke of Richmond “We’re thrilled that Gordon Murray Automotive will be returning to the Members’ Meeting for a second time and bringing such a special car to be seen in-person for the first time. Members’ Meeting provides the perfect setting for the launch - it’s intimate on the ground, but has a broad, international reach, meaning all eyes will be on the T.33 throughout the weekend.”


Notes to editors

About Gordon Murray Automotive
Gordon Murray Automotive creates exclusive low volume sports cars – the T.50 supercar will be the brand’s first model with customer cars built from 2022. Its sister car, the T.50s Niki Lauda, goes into production one year later. The company is a sister company to Gordon Murray Design and was first announced in November 2017 during an exhibition, named ‘One Formula’, which celebrated Murray’s 50 years of car design.

About Professor Gordon Murray, CBE
Having spent 20 years as Technical Director to two Formula One teams from 1969-1990 Gordon Murray has a wealth of technical, design and engineering experience. At Brabham he was instrumental in two world championship wins (1981 and 1983) before three consecutive championship wins with McLaren Racing (1988, 1989 and 1990). In 1990 – after 50 Grand Prix wins – Gordon moved away from Formula One to concentrate on establishing a new company for the group, McLaren Cars Limited.

His first project there, the F1 road car, is still regarded as one of the world’s best-engineered cars. A racing version won two world sports car championships and the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1995. McLaren Cars then completed several other successful projects culminating in the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.

Gordon left McLaren in 2005 to set up a Gordon Murray Design Ltd (in 2007), of which he is Chairman. The innovative British company is a world leader in automotive design and reverses the current industry trend for sub-contracting by having a complete in-house capability for design, prototyping, and development.

In 2017, Gordon Murray Design celebrated the company’s 10-year anniversary along with that of the iStream® manufacturing process at a special event, named ‘One Formula’. Gordon also marked the 25th production anniversary of the McLaren F1 road car, and his 50th year of design and engineering.

In May 2019, Professor Murray was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, in recognition of his contributions to the motorsport and automotive sectors over the past 50 years.

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About the Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport is an epic weekend of motor racing founded by The Duke of Richmond, which aims to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held at Goodwood throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

As well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting features all kinds of cars from classic tin-tops and GTs, to motorcycles and open wheeled Formula 3 and F1 machines, offering visitors a friendly and intimate atmosphere with no crowds, thanks to being exclusively available to GRRC Members and Fellowship. A winning formula of spectacular cars, high-speed track demonstrations, fun-packed festivities and great entertainment; along with the very best food and drink. Joining the GRRC Fellowship is the only way to become a full GRRC Member.