As has become tradition at Goodwood the event will be streamed in full around the world, with a live broadcast featuring commentary from our experts available for all and a separate one without commentary exclusively available to those in the GRRC community.
If you don’t catch it here on GRR which, with a mixture of information and extra detail, will be the very best place to see it, we will also be streaming the event on our Restream, Facebook and YouTube channels.
The stream will begin at 08:00 on Friday 17th September on all platforms, with the GRR and YouTube streams staying live throughout the weekend, including a night-time loop of each day for those who missed out. Facebook will see batches of several races played out on each of the Goodwood Road & Racing, Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard pages.
On Recast, a platform first used by Goodwood for this year’s Festival of Speed, each day will be broadcast in full from 08:00. The Restream platform allows users to spend tokens to watch content throughout not just the event, but the rest of the year.
The exclusive GRRC stream, featuring just the ambient noise of cars on track, will be available only here on GRR and will be split into three individual days, with highlights replacing the streams overnight.
If you aren’t able to join us for the Revival live, each race and full day will be made available on GRR and YouTube in full. These videos will be available for free for six weeks after publishing, after which they will join the growing archive of GRRC-exclusive content available only on GRR.