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9 Great Racing Moments at the 2015 Goodwood Revival

Submitted by on September 17, 2015

2015 Goodwood Revival

Drivers in the 2015 Goodwood Revival may have been steering million-plus dollar motorcars, but all thought of babying them went out the window the moment the lights went out and the red mist came down. It was mirror-to-mirror, wheels in the dirt action all weekend long, and we loved it!

Here are a few of our favourite moments.

Julian Bronson goes around the outside, kissing the grass to grab the lead and barely pulling everything back together in time for a quick lock up and a nip through the chicane.

Tom Kristensen pulls the old over under to nab two spots in the St.Mary’s Trophy.

Frank Stippler demolishes the 150m marker to complete an off-track pass and hang on to a fierce three AC Cobra battle.

Two magnificent AC Cobras swapping back and forth in some exceptionally close and respectful racing.

The Cobra action continues in this clip, but this time they’re on the receiving end of the passing! Chris Ward takes a ’63 Jaguar E-Type on a completely sideways adventure around the outside of Andrew Smith’s AC Cobra to snatch the lead.

Nick Smith on fire in a Morris Mini Cooper S, drifting like Takumi and giving Alex Furiani in the Alfa Romeo 1600 GTA all sorts of trouble.

Patrick Blakeney-Edwards working a magnificent 1928 Frazer Nash Saloon, ‘The Owlett’, very, very hard.

The complete set of all 6 Shelby Daytona Coupes made gather in one place for the high speed Shelby exhibition.

A wonderful collection of McLaren cars gather for a tribute to Bruce McLaren. It’s hardly race pace, but what a sight!

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