1st June 2015

Goodwood Revival

closeup of a classic 1940's lady in front of a vintage biplane

Three days of glitz, glamour and excitement

The Goodwood Revival offers an action packed weekend of historic motor racing and period theatre for all the family. Exhilarating on track racing provides a spectacular backdrop to all the glamour of the crowds, dressed in period costume from the 1940s, 50s and 60s. The Goodwood Revival is one of the most popular motor race meetings in the UK and most of the race goers dress to impress. The whole weekend relives the glory days of the Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit from its heyday in the 1950s and 1960s when legends such as Sir Stirling Moss used to race there.

Arrive in style

Bespoke Air Charter understand there is no more stylish way to arrive at Goodwood Revival than by helicopter. Shuttles are available from local hotels to ensure you miss the traffic and arrive in style. Or from further afield, chartering a helicopter can save hours in travel time, ensuring you arrive refreshed and looking forward to the day’s entertainment. And at the end of the day, what better way to get home than by helicopter, delivering you to your doorstep in a fraction of the time it would take to get there by car?

Thrilling wheel to wheel racing

The Goodwood Revival, alongside its sister event, the Goodwood Festival of Speed are two events not to be missed by any true motorsport fan. From closed cockpit GT cars, to grand prix and Voiturette cars of a type that raced between 1930 and 1950, the cars on display, and racing on the track showcase the best of British motorsport from a bygone era. Motorbikes from iconic manufacturers such as AJS, BMW, BSA, Matchless, Norton and Velocette also feature.

Soak up the atmosphere

The entertainment does not stop with the racing. There is live music from the period, shopping for vintage toys and memorabilia, and of course plenty of motoring parts and accessories. The Revival High Street is a chance to walk down memory lane and includes highlights such as the Michelin garage and the period Tesco shop.

The glory days of flight

Aviation also plays a huge role in what makes the Revival so special. Some of the most prestigious aircraft in the world are gathered together and provide a unique and unforgettable experience for enthusiasts. There is a daily air display and static stands featuring, among others, the Dakota C-47 and Auster 5 from the D-Day landings.