If you were lucky enough to have been in attendance at last year’s Goodwood Motor Circuit Revival Meeting then the emphasis we have placed on its return in 1999 will come as no surprise to you. If you didn’t manage to take that step back in time then you may just be wondering what all the fuss is about. Hopefully, over the following pages, we will be able to explain all.
Goodwood has an extraordinary place in the hearts of many motorsport enthusiasts, be they drivers, team managers, mechanics, circuit officials or just spectators. It was the track that allowed drivers such as Moss, Stewart, Clark, Hamilton and Scott Brown and these are just a select few to make their name in the sport and provided race fans with some of the most audacious action a British venue has ever provided.
We return in an exceptional Lister-Jaguar to see just how Archie Scott Brown tackled the race track, preview this September’s race meeting with full details on what to see, how to get there and where to stay and speak to some of Goodwood’s past entertainers to Find out just what went on in its heyday.
We hope you enjoy this supplement. We know you will enjoy the 1999 Revival Meeting.
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