Five Favourite Moments from the 2016 Goodwood Revival
The Goodwood Circuit was transported back in time last weekend for the mighty 2016 Goodwood Revival. These are some of our favourite moments.
That these three managed to keep it mostly on the straight and narrow is a marvel. Three Lotus 23s dice in very dicey conditions and pull off some very brave moves, particularly through Goodwood’s terrifying chicane.
Who says you need big power and fancy aero for great racing?
Malcolm Harrison and Martin Hunt put on a great show in the run to the finish of the Lavant Cup. The pair are side by side in a Cooper-Bristol and Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica, and giving no quarter. This is respectful, fearless racing at its best.
1996 and 2005 Superbike World champion Troy Corser pushes a 1935 BMW RSS motorcycle to the absolute limit in this qualifying lap for the Barry Sheen Memorial Trophy.
Skinny tyres and 80 year old technology be damned – the will to win hasn’t changed, and we love it.
Jack Brabham – legend.
This demonstration lap brought together 31 cars driven by Sir Jack to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his 1966 Formula 1 World Championship win, which made him the first and only person to win the Drivers’ Championship in a car bearing his own name.
The Sunday RAC TT race at the Revival was magic, featuring plenty of opposite lock and some great moves.