GOODWOOD REVIVAL: RECREATING THE GLAMOUR OF MOTOR RACING AS IT USED TO BE
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Recreating the glamour of motor racing as it used to be, the Goodwood Motor Circuit came to life for Goodwood Revival last weekend, both on and off the historic track. Launched in 1998 to celebrate mid-20th century motorsport, the three-day event has remained virtually unchanged ever since, combining classic car and motorcycle racing with 1940s, 50s and 60s period dress. This year, the event welcomed 150,000 people through its gates.
The Revival is the only historic race meeting to be staged entirely in period dress, the Revival sees a return to the halcyon days of Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motor racing.
The Goodwood Revival portrayed the perfect backdrop to celebrate the heritage of our two global brands, including the 60th birthday of the iconic Jaguar E-type sports car and 70 years of expedition legacy with the Land Rover Defender Works V8 Trophy.
Jaguar Land Rover Classic presented the new Jaguar C-type Continuation at the Goodwood Revival, 17 - 19 September, just two weeks after it was first unveiled to the public at Hampton Court Palace. On its 70 anniversary Jaguar Classic is restarting a strictly-limited run of the 1953 ‘works’ specification C-type that led us to victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Goodwood Revival portrayed the perfect backdrop to celebrate the heritage of our two global brands including the 60th birthday of the icon E-type sports car and 70 years of expedition legacy with the Land Rover Defender Works V8 Trophy.
The Jaguar Land Rover Classic stand also hosted a selection of exceptional pre-owned classic Jaguar and Land Rover models available through the Works Legends programme, while the Classic Parts team exhibited Classic Defender upgrade kits and the Jaguar Land Rover Classic parts service.