A slight reduction in the number of tickets to be sold and an extension to the popular Woodcote Corner grandstand are the major changes for spectators planning to visit this year’s Goodwood Revival, which runs over the weekend of September 17-19.
Even by the end of February, seven months ahead of the Revival, advance ticket sales were matching the best ever in the event’s 13-year history.
In an attempt to ensure the Revival remains a comfortable and enjoyable experience for visitors, the Earl of March has marginally reduced the number of advance entry tickets to be sold for each of the three days. Admission tickets are now expected to sell out well before the date.
In addition, an extension of the large grandstand at Woodcote Corner has been arranged, adding a further 700 seats at this popular location. This grandstand usually sells out quickly. Full details are at www.goodwood.co.uk