Highlights from the 2015 Goodwood Revival [SLIDESHOW]

  • Laura Burstein
OCTOBER 02, 2015

The Goodwood Revival, held at the eponymous circuit on Lord Charles March’s vast estate in Chichester, England, is perhaps the only place in the world one can see so many significant classic racecars gathered together in one place. Unlike the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes place earlier in the year, the Goodwood Revival is strictly retro. Cars from the 1940s to the 1960s—often driven by legendary racers—compete against a backdrop that has been painstakingly decorated to evoke the style of those bygone eras, with thousands of spectators gathered (wearing period-correct dress), rooting them on. Here are some highlights of this year’s event.

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