Breakfast Club Japanese Sunday – this weekend!

04th October 2018
Ben Miles

It's been a while. Not only since the last Breakfast Club – the brilliant Classic Car Sunday back in August – but more importantly, a while since we had a Japanese motoring extravaganza at Goodwood!


That is just one of the reasons why this weekend's Japanese Sunday is so special. If you love JDM, if you love Japanese cars, if you love engineering, if you love Japanese bikes, if you just love motoring head down to Goodwood on Sunday for an absolute feast of brilliance.

Not only are we filling the circuit and paddocks with Hondas, Nissans, Toyotas, Lexuses, Mazdas, Kawasakis, Suzukis and more, but we have not one, but two very special collections of mighty Japanese supercars on display.

Firstly our iconic grid will this year be populated with Nissan GT-Rs and Skylines, celebrating the launch of the incredible GT-R50 at the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard earlier in the year. Secondly our themed paddock area, which less than a month ago was masquerading as Silverstone in 1948, will be filled with Honda NSXs of every generation.

It's set to be a fantastic day, so head early for the best views. As with all Goodwood Breakfast Club meetings, entry into the Motor Circuit remains free for all visitors, with the spectator gates opening at 07:30. To ensure that all visitors have a safe and enjoyable morning at Goodwood, anyone wishing to attend Breakfast Club will need to pre-register now as free tickets are going fast, at

Should you require any further information about the Goodwood Breakfast Club, please contact us via our Facebook page, or by calling the Goodwood Ticket Office on 01243 755055.


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