Goodwood Revival UK
The Goodwood Revival UK is a three-day festival that has been held every September at the Goodwood Circuit since 1998. More specifically, Earl of March and Kinrara invites you to a three-day journey through time at his country estate in Goodwood, near Chichester in southern England. This event is about road racing cars and motorcycles, from 1948-1966, but also aircraft from this era can be admired. The festival attracts many luxury brands and their customers.
From: Friday 17. Sept. 2021 – Sunday 19. Sept. 2021
Location: Goodwood Circuit, Goodwood House
The hallowed motor circuit transforms back to the 1940s, '50s and '60s Visitors enjoyed world-class historic racing, breathtaking air displays, music, dancing, vintage fashion shows and a nostalgic funfair.
Goodwood Revival 2021 UK
One of the most sought-after events in the UK, Goodwood Revival Festival starts on September 17, 2021. Those who want to be there have already bought tickets months before the event.
Goodwood celebrates the romance and glamour of motorsport as it once was. Enthusiasts come dressed in the fashions of bygone eras to enjoy a variety of races, shows and events featuring the most distinguished race cars and motorcycles. Many luxury brands offer the opportunity for well-heeled clients to experience a bespoke and exclusive experience that encompasses the best of everything and allows clients to celebrate all that this historic festival has to offer.
Goodwood Revival one of the most prestigious historic events in United Kingdom
As soon as you step onto the grounds of the Goodwood Revival, you feel like you've been transported back decades. That's because it's good manners to come to the Goodwood Revival dressed in period clothing. The overwhelming majority of visitors, especially the High Net Worth individuals, adhere to this. There is also plenty of live music and the Good Actors Guild, a troupe of around 75 actors who play black marketeers for watches and nylon stockings, for example, or stewardesses and flower sellers.
The Goodwood Revival attracts the upper class from all over the world
The Goodwood Revival attracts many (U)HNWIs. Because during these three days not only historic car races of the special class will take place, but many exclusive events will also inspire the guests of the festival as every year. Exclusive events from Rolls-Royce, historic fashion shows, glamorous dinners, lots of celebrity guests will come to the Goodwood Circuit again this year for a weekend and marvel at the most beautiful classic cars and cars that you can also buy there.
Well-known luxury brands have also been sponsors of this unique event for years. For example, the Swiss watch brand Rolex, which is the title sponsor of the prestigious Driver's Club, the festival since 2004.
Millionplus.com and the Goodwood Revival
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For years, the owner of this platform himself visits that prestigious event and maintains there his network of good customers and buyers of classic cars. Because at the Goodwood Revival, the elites of English society gather and extensively celebrate the fantastic historic weekend.
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1966 DB5 Vantage Shooting Brake – The DB5 Vantage Icon Collection – only 12 examples
This exquisite DB5 Shooting Brake is one of only 12 examples rebuilt by the renowned coachbuilder Harold Radford & Sons. Chassis DB5/2047/R was produced in 1965 at the Newport Pagnell factory as a sedan and painted California Sage over red leather, the livery it wears today, before being delivered to Harold Radford for the factory-commissioned Shooting Brake conversion.
After the conversion, the car returned to the factory and was fitted with a Vantage-spec engine. It is the only one of the twelve cars built to have been delivered in this specification.
The current owner, a UK-based Aston Martin collector, acquired the car in 2011 and had it restored to the highest standards by a leading Aston Martin specialist in 2014.
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1962 ASTON MARTIN DB4 CONVERTIBLE
The DB4 Convertible offered to you by millionplus.com is elegantly painted in Dubonnet with beige leather and a matching soft top. It has a delightful history and was restored from the ground up in 2018 to the exquisite standard shown.
When it was introduced in 1961, only 70 examples of the DB4 Convertible were produced in two batches, the first 30 on Series 4 chassis and the remaining 40 on Series 5 chassis. Chassis 1065/R, a Series 4 car, was completed in 1962 and delivered in the current color scheme to its first owner in Kent via Aston Martin's Brooklands agent in Bond Street.
During the restoration, the engine was upgraded to 4.2 liters displacement and 280 horsepower, as confirmed by the engine dyno sheet included in the history folder. The transmission was upgraded with the optional overdrive gearbox of the era, a combination that offers the bonus of excellent touring capability and improved performance.
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1968 ASTON MARTIN DB6
Painted in Opalescent Blue with navy blue skins. An original 5-speed manual transmission and power steering example that retains its original and recently factory overhauled engine. This delightful example from Aston Martin's golden era of hand-built, high-performance Grand Touring Cars has been restored and recently extensively overhauled by Aston Martin in Newport Pagnell.
Introduced in 1966, the redesigned DB6 became the archetypal high-performance grand touring car of the era. Produced after the discontinuation of the DB4 and DB5 models, the DB6's longer wheelbase and raised roofline met customer demand for more rear seat space and improved headroom for driver and passenger.
Retaining Aston Martin's powerful and proven 4.0-liter, 6-cylinder, full-metal engine, ride and handling were further improved, and with the introduction of the new “Kamm Tail” body, stability at high speeds was greatly enhanced, while trunk space was increased.
The example we are offering is in excellent and very usable condition. It has undergone a cosmetic overhaul over the last 3 years, completed in 2015, and considerable expenditure has been made at Aston Martin Heritage.
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As usual, this year's action begins early Friday morning 17 September 2021, this time with a parade of classic hot rods, including those from the famous Rolling Bones, before almost all the cars competing over the weekend take to the track for qualifying.
Stay tuned, we will report regularly on the Goodwood Revival.