The 2015 Goodwood Revival was one of the best yet.
Take a peak at some of the video highlights from the 2015 Goodwood Revival
The 2015 Goodwood Revival was one of the best yet, with bumper crowds, bumper-to-bumper racing, and bumper damage all contributing to one of true calendar highlights of the motorsport season. We’ve picked our five stand out moments from the momentous weekend.
Home straight heartbreak in the Earl of March Trophy
The Goodwood Revivial might be home to some exceptional classic cars, but no one can accuse the drivers of being tentative, as George Shackleton proves in his Cooper Norton Mk11 here, on the last corner of the last lap.
Stars, cars, and lots of smoke
Every year the Revival attracts some of the biggest names in motorsport, many of which this year took part in the St.Mary’s Trophy. Watch as Le Mans veterans Tom Kristensen and Jochen Mass go toe-to-toe with former BTCC champions Andrew Jordan and Gordon Shedden. Formula One, eat your heart out.
£15m Ferrari 250 damaged, but soldiers on
The grand ole’ price of £15m is a lot for a car even by our standards, and it seems even more eye-watering when you see some of those millions end up in the barrier. That’s exactly what happened to this Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan, which battled on regardless. Bravo, sir.
Mid-race two-finger salute
The Revival is mistaken by many for being all about tweed suits and doffing of thy hat, however this video of two drivers losing their temper during the Goodwood Trophy race proves that theory wrong.
McLaren-Chevrolet goes for a spin- a big one
The ‘60s are considered the glory years of the now defunct Can-Am series, which saw the worlds elite enter big power/low grip cars into the Sports car formula. Marcus Mussa was on the receiving end of that lack of grip at Goodwood, when he pirouetted a 1965 McLaren Chevrolet M-1 B.