A last minute decision saw me make my first visit to the Goodwood Revival on Saturday. I don’t think it’ll be my last visit either… it was probably the most enjoyable day of racing I’ve seen in ages.
The sun was a royal pain in the a**e, cutting the useable angles down for most of the day. I shouldn’t complain about good weather though, we don’t get it often!
Here’s a few to give a flavour of the track action (as usual, click the thumbnails for bigger images);
1. First race of the day, the Goodwood Trophy and a 1936 Parnell-MG
2. Same race, this time though it’s the winner in his ERA
3. Tiny 500cc Formula 3 from the Earl of March Trophy
4. The Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy was a two-rider affair. This may be Jeremy McWilliams, but could equally be somebody I’ve never heard of!
5. Practice for the TT, with a nice Cobra down at Lavant.
6. From left to right; Tiff Needell, Derek Bell, Emanuele Pirro in the very entertaining St. Mary’s Trophy.
7. Shiny V12 Lagonda down at Fordwater
8. A nice Ferrari 750 Monza at Lavant as the sun goes down
9. And finally, sunset over the Lavant granstands