Can you believe it’s already nearly a week since the 2018 Goodwood Revival closed its doors. Which, for those of you with a glass half-full, means there’s now only 50 weeks until next year’s festival!
But to help those of you suffering with withdrawal symptoms, I’ve pulled together the official Goodwood Revival 2018 highlights videos on a single page for you to relive the thrills and spills from this year’s racing.
Kinrara Trophy 2018 Highlights
The traditional Revival curtain-raiser, the Kinrara Trophy features a stunning grid of closed-cockpit, 3-litre or over, GT cars including Ferrari 250 SWBs, Aston Martin DB4GTs and Jaguar E-types.
Fordwater Trophy 2018 Highlights
Open to production-based sports and GT cars in the spirit of the original Goodwood Members’ Meetings. 2018 marked the 70th anniversary of the Jaguar XK120, and the Fordwater Trophy featured a large collection of the iconic sports car.
Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy 2018 Part 1 and Part 2 Highlights
A two-part race for pre-1959 motorcycles of a type that raced before 1959, featuring some of the biggest names in motorcycling racing.
St Mary’s Trophy 2018 Part 1 and Part 2 Highlights
The St Mary’s Trophy is the Revival’s second doubleheader, with a pro/am driver lineup sharing some of the greatest saloon cars of the 1960s.
Goodwood Trophy 2018 Highlights
The Goodwood Trophy turns back the clock nearly 90 years as Grand Prix & Voiturette cars from 1930-‘51 prepare to slide their way around Goodwood’s curves and contours.
Whitsun Trophy 2018 Highlights
Ford GT40s, Lola T70 Spyders, Lotus 30s and McLaren M1Bs provide a spectacular soundtrack to the Whitsun Trophy. Open to unlimited sports cars from before 1966, making the Whitsun Trophy the fastest race of the Revival weekend.
Freddie March Memorial Trophy 2018 Highlights
The Freddie March Memorial Trophy harks back to the Goodwood Nine Hour races of 1952, ‘53 and ’55, with stunning examples of Aston Martins, Ferraris, Jaguars and Maseratis driving into the sunset.
Jack Sears Memorial Trophy 2018 Highlights
The Jack Sears Memorial Trophy saw an exciting array of cars taking to the Goodwood circuit, including those similar to the championship-deciding Riley One-Point-Fives racing alongside representatives of Sears’ Austin A105, Sopwith’s Jaguar Mk1.
Chichester Cup 2018 Highlights
The 2018 Chichester Cup was for the smallest cars of the race weekend – Formula Juniors with disc brakes from between 1960 and ‘63.
Richmond & Gordon Trophies 2018 Highlights
Running for two-and-a-half-litre Grand Prix cars of a type that raced between 1952 and ’60, the Richmond and Gordon Trophies celebrated one of the most beautiful eras of Grand Prix history.
Royal Automobile Club TT 2018 Celebration
Another highlight for many, the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration is open to closed-cockpit GT cars in the spirit of the RAC TT races from 1960 to ‘64,
Glover Trophy 2018 Highlights
Sleek rear-engined Grand Prix cars of a type that raced from 1961 to ‘65 take centre stage for the Glover Trophy.
Sussex Trophy 2018 Highlights
The established curtain-closer to the Revival, the Sussex Trophy features sportscars and production sports-racing cars of a type that raced between 1955 and ‘60. Featuring Jaguar D-types, Costin & Knobbly-bodied Listers alongside Coopers, Ferraris and Maseratis.