The drivers

Stirling Moss

Inimitable, the maestro's brilliant laid-back driving style, phenomenal versatility and boundless energy remain undimmed on the eve of his 70th birthday.

Gerhard Berger

One of life's great enthusiasts. Berger is now in charge of BMWs return to F1. Winner of nine Grands Prix, he will race a motorcycle and maybe a car too.

Jack Brabham

Forty years after he won the first of his three World Championships, 'Black Jack' still loves racing at 73. Few drivers have been more mechanically sympathetic.

Martin Brundle

Grand Prix driver turned World Sportscar champion turned incisive TV commentator. Marvellous Jaguar D-type drive last year opened his eyes. He's up for more.

Damon Hill

Damon will be back behind the wheel of a Ferrari 250GT0 this year, though this time he'll be in the '62 car owned and raced by Pink Floyd's Nick Mason

Phil Hill

Evergreen World Champion of 1961, an ardent supporter of Lord March's Goodwood jamborees.Will share a Shelbyentered Cobra with his son, Derek

David Coulthard

He may be finding his work cut out for him in Formula One right now but the affable Scot is bound to show star quality in a Lightweight E-type in the Tourist-Trophy

John Surtees

Motorcycle legend Sprtees had his first taste of cars at Goodwood.The exquisite touch and extraordinary balance for which he was famed are still wonderful to watch.

Clay Regazzoni

One of the all-time greats races again aboard a Ford Falcon Sprint in the St Mary's Trophy saloon car race.