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Goodwood Revival 2014 – Highlights from every race!

Submitted by on September 15, 2014

Goodwood Revival 2014 The 2014 Goodwood Revival was a total blast. Sit back and relax, we’ve compiled all of the best highlight videos right here for your enjoyment.

Goodwood’s annual Revival weekend is one of the best historic racing events on the calender, and it’s on the top of many motorsport fans must-see lists. Unfortunately not everyone is lucky enough to soak the event up in person, and that’s exactly why we’ve taken the time to compile this mega-list of highlight videos. Each video captures the magic of Goodwood, and we know you’ll enjoy them as much as we did.

MORE: How did the 2014 event stack up? Take a look at our gallery from 2012

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Enjoy.

Jaguar D-type race Lavant Cup

The Lavant cup was held exclusively for Jaguar D-Type and tits road-going XKSS variant, some of the best looking automobiles ever built. The race was won by Gary Pearson, a Goodwood Revival podium regular, who led the race comfortably in his 1955 long-nose D-Type. Derek Bell, Andy Wallace and John Young were also in there!

The Whitsun Trophy

 What’s the Whitsun? Think Ford GT40s, Lola and McLaren Can-am monsters. This was the final race of the Saturday, and it saw the most powerful cars of the weekend go head to head with drivers like Chris Goodwin behind the wheel of the ex Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon McLaren-Chevrolet M1B, who won the race.

Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

’93 500cc GP winner Kevin Schwantz and two time World Superbike Champion Troy Corser join the crowd as part of the awesome Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.

The Richmond Trophy

Front-engined GP madness! A throw back to Goodwood of the the late 1950s. Watch as Julian Bronson suffers a heartbreaking failure whilst leading towards the end of the race. That’s motor sport.

RAC TT Celebration

The RAC TT Celebration is Goodwood’s main hour-long race, and in 2014 it saw examples of the AC Cobra, Maserati Tipo 151, Ferrari 250 GTO, Jaguar Lightweight E-Type and even a Bizzarrini. It’s everything you could ever hope for out of a historic motorsport event.

 The Fordwater Trophy

One of the most diverse packs of vehicles to take to the track during the course of the weekend, Fordwater Trophy entrants included Lee Mumford in Paul Fox’s 1.5L Ginetta G4, Allan Ross-Jones in his Triumph TR4 and Andrew Smith in a 2L Porsche 901.

St Mary’s Trophy

Production Saloon cars that raced between 1950 and 1959 went up against each other in the St Mary’s Trophy.

Goodwood Trophy

Goodwood Trophy cars are all pre-1951 Grand Prix racing cars. This mean that’s they’re very old and very special, however this didn’t stop the drivers from pushing them to the point of spinning out – and worse!

The Chichester Cup

1.6 seconds is all that separated the first 11 cars on the grid during the Chichester Cup, a special race open to rear-engined Formula Junior cars with disc brakes raced between 1960 and 1963. The majority of the on-track crowd was gathered around pole man David Methley after a tady start in his Brabham BT6.

The Shelby Cup

A celebration of V8 small block Fords, The Shelby Cup saw a fierce battle for third place between Emanuele Pirro and John Minshaw. However, it’s the head-on collision featuring Rowan Atkinson which has been most discussed.

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